Māori Language Week goes POP
POPPING and piquing public interest on Queens Wharf to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori.
Hearts of the City: Sara Hughes
Like a sun burst, this heart is exploding with everything life has to offer. Sara hopes that its rays will be positive and life affirming to passersby.
Watch: Hauhake launches Matariki Festival
'Hauhake’ is a rain art work by Janine and Charles Williams. The public unveiling of the work also marked the launch of the programme for Auckland Council’s Matariki Festival 2016.
Have you tried the piano stairs?
Aotea Square has been filled with music recently as piano stairs were installed on the steps of the Aotea Centre.
Watch: Heroic effort to save 50s mosaic underway
Work is underway to preserve a large mosaic that many Aucklanders will remember from the foyer of the former Odeon Theatre on Queen Street.
Sculptor of the Week - Ramon Robertson
Ramon Robertson’s sculpture, Gravity Bag, explores themes about the urban environment and our existence in it. His work relates to an essential human need to control space and physical structural form.
Bastion Point artwork blessed
The new artwork at the entranceway to the steps on Tamaki Drive, leading from Mission Bay to Bastion Point, has been blessed.
Tate Light at Night
Brighten a gloomy winter evening and make a night of it with a friend, co-worker or date.
Portraiture In Oil
The class will cover combining observational drawing with more painterly concerns.
Adventures in Abstract
Enjoy exploring abstract painting concepts and techniques in this long-running term class with James, utilising acrylic paints, gels and additives.
Clay in the day at Nathan Homestead
This course is suitable for beginners and can be tailored to suit those who have some experience working with clay.
Portrait Painting in Oil
Learn oil painting techniques and how to use various brushes.
The tutor will recommend tips for correcting the shape and will help make your drawings look true to life.
Te Manawa Chinese Dance Group | 华人舞蹈队
Come along to enjoy the music and dance movement.
Soup Bowl workshop
Finish off your one-of-a-kind piece by carving into the clay by creating individual markings and textures.