Manager Māori Strategy and Relations Manager, Te Waka Angamua, Johnnie Freeland, talks about the progress Māori and the council have made together over the past five years and some challenges for the future.
The orchards, wineries and a passion for being eco-friendly are just...
Council is partnering with Conservation Volunteers NZ and will contribute $50,000 towards the Restore Ātiu Creek Ecology (RACE) project.
This work is executed in acrylic paint, with bold, colourful patterns and solid-coloured canvases.
Ratcliffe's taxidermy prompts a dialogue around the relationships between people, the land and wildlife.
Mix media works on canvas, which use recycled materials and are machine stitched and stretched onto black velveteen.
This exhibition presents a dynamic group of contemporary textile artists in Aotearoa.
Highlights the lack of written knowledge around Chinese, and specifically Māori-Chinese, history in Aotearoa.
An online exhibition by people living with disability and diversity.
This online art exhibition has artworks of different genres from New Zealand artists.