A tree will soon again stand on the tihi (summit) of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill.
Break down oppressive norms in and around the body and identity, through powerful symbolic actions and gestures.
A moving-image exhibition featuring a group of queer artists working in Aotearoa right now.
Onehunga will host a free pop-up gallery highlighting some of our local artists.
Ashleigh Taupaki investigates the site of the Kopuatai Peat Dome in this free exhibition.
Toclo’s images celebrate the abundance of indigenous life and beauty in her migrant Cordilleran community.
Kalee Jackson works with drag and burlesque performers in this free exhibition.
An audio-visual showcase of music, songs and images that express the spectrum of human emotion.