31 Aug - 26 Nov
An exhibition of artist Kate Parker’s intricate paper light boxes at Arataki Visitor Centre.
Mt Roskill’s Fearon Park has had an injection of culture with a new public artwork installed at the entrance of the park.
One of Auckland’s most famous landmarks will undergo a refresh and expansion in an exciting new development set to rejuvenate the Aotea arts quarter.
Waterview residents are in for an injection of world class art with internationally recognised New Zealand artist Judy Millar commissioned to produce a significant work for Heron Park.
07 Oct - 28 Jan
This exhibition looks at the work of five key female potters from the early twentieth century.
July is International Zine Month – what better time to check out Auckland Libraries' collection of more than 1000 titles.
Did you know that Auckland is full of great things to do? There are adventures for kids of all ages – from parks and playgrounds, to pools, leisure centres and libraries, all run or looked after by Auckland Council.
In the works Don’t Dream it’s Over, artist Janet Lilo has used her striking banana motif and sharp neon elements to illustrate Karangahape Road’s melting pot of history, cultural heritage and community diversity.
Consultation on Auckland Council’s 21 draft local board plans closed on Friday 30 June, and community feedback will now be taken into account before the plans are finalised.
Mairangi Arts Centre is a community facility dedicated to education and fostering growth in the visual arts on the North Shore.