Funding supports regional arts and culture and community wellbeing
Auckland Council’s Planning, Environment and Parks Committee has approved 37 applications for grants totalling $661,130 through the Regional Arts and Culture grants programme and Ngā Hapori Momoho/Thriving Communities grants programme.
Get creative and give pottery a spin
Keen to get your hands dirty and try something new? Sign up for a pottery class at your local arts centre.
Experience Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki / Auckland Arts Festival for free
There’s truly something for everyone at AAF 2023, with nearly 120 ticketed events ranging from music, dance, theatre, visual arts, cabaret, circus and more.
10 creative spaces for art lovers to visit in Auckland
Tāmaki Makaurau is a haven for art lovers, and there are galleries all over the region where you can attend free exhibitions, sign up for art classes and attend fun events. Here are 10 creative spaces to check out.
Explore outdoor art trails
Public art in Auckland city celebrates the creativity of local artists and the diversity of Tāmaki Makaurau. Plan your own personal art pilgrimage or check out these outstanding pieces of public art that show different faces of the city.
Explore art in the open air with a geo-location tool to guide you
Plan your own personal art tour at He Kohinga Toi and discover our city through a new lens this summer.
Waiheke initiatives get helping hand from board
Take a look at just a few key examples from around Waiheke that will be getting a financial boost thanks to Waiheke Local Board’s latest local and multiboard grants round.
Kaipātiki welcomes playful public art piece
North Shore locals celebrated the installation of a long-awaited public art piece in Glenfield’s Oruamo Domain this November thanks to Kaipātiki Local board and the Kaipātiki Public Arts Trust.
Nathan Homestead Creative Thursday - Evie Kemp
Hear about Evie's creative journey and why her motto is “more is more”.
Feminine Traditions – Modern World
An exhibition which explores with curiosity, modern day and personal ideas of femininity, through the practices of weaving, ceramics and painting.
CLAS103: Greek Mythology
CLAS 103: Greek Mythology’ is a lecture from world renowned philosopher and lecturer Professor Ross Jacob Livingston.
Light from Tate Highlights Tour
Hear about the artists and the development of their fascination with light.
This is an exciting Contemporary Art exhibition that showcases the dynamic and innovative works of ten contemporary artists.
Shona Tawhiao: Pākākano
Pākākano celebrates the traditional skills of raranga while proposing a new and important way of looking at weaving as its own standalone entity, challenging, exciting and inspi...