Lockdown collaboration project to be permanent part of oral history collection for Auckland Council Libraries
A collaboration project between Auckland Libraries and Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage launches a five-part podcast series today to commemorate one year since the level four lockdown.
This week is the last chance to get applications in for Auckland’s Creative Communities Scheme funding for the 2021 winter season.
A selection panel is seeking artists with a sense of adventure and an imaginative outlook.
Depicting places and people in new and innovative ways are at the heart of what 2020’s Artist in Residence Chris McDowall seeks to accomplish.
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.