Franklin’s iconic greenway, the Beachlands-Maraetai Coastal Walkway, has won a Pride of Place 2015 Landscape Architecture Award for outstanding design.
Waitematā Local Board funds a range of arts programmes that help artists and members of the community. Find out if you are eligible under Auckland Council’s Community Grants Programme.
Make your own wax wraps, breathe new life into preloved clothing at the sewing repairs and tie-dye workshops, and learn how to care for your bike with essential bike maintenance...
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Coming from a range of perspectives, from their whakapapa to a place, to the environmental and social impacts, they explore a range of mediums, photography, oil, and watercolour...
Compositions glow, reflecting a refracted light beyond the edge of a richly hand-painted surface.
Through this process of translation and depiction, she also speaks to relationships, whakapapa and the stories of our connections to the landscape.
Redhead and albino Māori were sometimes said to be the result of interbreeding.