This summer, Aucklanders and visitors who step into Myers Park will discover something deeply meaningful and magical.
Auckland Council invites all to visit Holding Ground - an impressive indoor sculpture display featuring the works of 47 talented New Zealand artists!
From Karangahape Road to Te Wānanga on Quay Street, Tessa Harris (Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki) walks around Auckland and sees an increasing amount of her own art and that of fellow Māori artists embedded in the city’s architecture and prominent places.
On 19 September 1893, New Zealand made history by becoming the first self-governing country to grant women the right to vote in parliamentary elections.
Auckland Council unveils the first production of artwork funded from Auckland Council’s Public Art Regional budget since 2020.
Auckland Council’s Planning, Environment and Parks Committee has approved 37 applications for grants totalling $661,130 through the Regional Arts and Culture grants programme and Ngā Hapori Momoho/Thriving Communities grants programme.
There’s truly something for everyone at AAF 2023, with nearly 120 ticketed events ranging from music, dance, theatre, visual arts, cabaret, circus and more.
Tāmaki Makaurau is a haven for art lovers, and there are galleries all over the region where you can attend free exhibitions, sign up for art classes and attend fun events. Here are 10 creative spaces to check out.
Fridays and Saturdays in May saw the highest consistent numbers of people coming to the city centre - Karangahape Road to the waterfront - since before Auckland’s August 2021 lockdown.