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.
Auckland Council has unveiled the artist’s impressions of a groundbreaking new work of public art set to transform a utilitarian underpass at the northern end of Myers Park into an interactive experience of light and sound.
Auckland’s favourite mid-year festival, Elemental AKL returns this July with a sensational season of curated experiences celebrating the unique culture, cuisine, and creativity of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Auckland Council’s Public Art team and Development Programme Office have worked side by side with artist Graham Tipene (Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei) and his team of talented mana whenua creatives and Warren and Mahoney architects to create an extraordinary artwork; unique in New Zealand, if not the world.
Regional Arts and Culture Grant funding has been allocated to support Tāmaki Makaurau's arts sector.
A range of media will be on display from painting in acrylics, oils and watercolour and more mixed media.
A self-curated group exhibition with works by eight artists.
An exhibition exploring how encounters with daily movements can be translated into mark making.
Tāmaki Makaurau-based multidisciplinary artist Emily Brown presents a new suite of prints on stretched silk.
Yeonjae Choi explores ideas around femininity and race in a new suite of figurative clay vessels.
Olaf's minimal photographs draw you into an unchaotic natural world.
An insight into the playful creative process of Tāmaki Makaurau artist Toni Hartill.