Aucklanders are invited to an exciting schedule of free events wrapped around NZ Fashion Week, which kicks off on 24 August.
Local artists and tertiary art students have collaborated to create a new piece of large-scale art that celebrates the culture and diversity of Tāmaki Makaurau.
A new photographic exhibit helps tell the story of the significant change in the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki area over the last 100 years.
Going West Festival has announced a brand-new approach to celebrating live poetry with Different Out Loud, a collection of thoughtful video collaborations between Aotearoa poets and filmmakers.
Auckland Art Gallery has released a multi-sensory and immersive virtual tour of Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art enabling people everywhere to enjoy highlights of the groundbreaking exhibition.
This play explores the ups and downs of marriage while boldly challenging stereotypes.
Cain’s work covers a broad range of topics as it changes and develops as well as a wide range of materials.
Paintings and drawings from the supermarket series focusing on the patchwork of terrazzo flooring in the refrigerated and bakery aisles.
With mixed media works of splattered acrylics, oil pastels and spray paint, harmonious street-like style presents itself throughout the exhibition.
The collective workings of Genevieve Thornton and Elise Lidgett and Michelle Mayn.
Fa’amele Etuale's work pays homage to her alofa (love) for her a’iga (family), God, culture and grief.
Mark’s series aims to capture people during the changing times in Auckland.