Meditative Art for everyone
Through active guided meditations, discover an alternative perspective of how to express thoughts, feelings, and conflicts
Local art, local message
Chantel Matthews-Perawiti combined art and community, to raise awareness of the plight and nurture a sense of connection to the Glen Innes’ waterways.
Creative Humans shine in the community
A new art programme is set to bring art to communities - from beaches to town centres
Songwriters 4 Climate Action album release during Music Month
Waitematā Local Board helped fund the recording of the album which took place at Roundhead Studios.
People of Onehunga Portrait Series concludes
The People of Onehunga Portrait series comes to an end this month
120,000+ return to city centre on Fridays and Saturdays in May
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.
City centre beats the blues with City of Colour
Polished and ready to welcome returning Aucklanders, City of Colour brings more than 50 light and art installations to the city centre from 6 to 22 May.
World-class arts, eats and beats are back on the menu at Elemental AKL
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.
De la milpa a la mesa
In this vibrant, colourful and interactive space, meet farmers, scientists, vendors, home cooks and acclaimed chefs across Mexico.
GAP [黄馨贤박성환 嫦潔] FILLER
Cindy Huang, Sung Hwan Bobby Park and Ruby White share hands parched from clay, using ceramic as a means for narration, negotiation and navigation.
Exhibition: Cirque du Killing PRESENTS: ‘Appetiser’
The Killing is a collective of emerging artists based in Aotearoa and Australia.
Light from Tate: 1700s to Now
This exhibition features more than 70 artworks by celebrated artists across the globe from the 18th century to the present day.
This exhibition shares photographs, correspondence, and stories about how these pukapuka came into being.
Kei whea te Aute
The exhibition pays tribute to the acclaimed Mōteatea (Māori lament or chant) continuing their legacy as a Wawata in exhibition form.
Gain experience and skill working with a range of media, including drawing, painting, printing, collage, and more.
This is a perfect opportunity for children to express themselves using a wide range of media.