Giving a voice to dying Kauri
A video of A Kauri Cries – a piece of music 'composed' by a dying Kauri tree and performed by members of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra – is being shown at Silo Cinema.
Choreographer wins parks residency
Chloe Loftus has been selected as the 2017 Auckland Council Artist in Residence – the first choreographer to have been chosen for the residency, which is now in its 10th year.
A gem of the west: Te Toi Uku Crown Lynn & Clayworks Museum
In 2015, Te Toi Uku Crown Lynn and Clayworks Museum opened in New Lynn to showcase west Auckland's ceramics history.
New partnership secures Auckland film studio
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) has signed a long-term lease on the site developed for upcoming sci-fi movie Meg, and will initially operate the studio complex.
Explore Auckland Art Gallery with Google Maps
You can now explore Auckland Art Gallery without leaving home, thanks to the Museum View feature from Google.
Artist captures 100 days of waste
Auckland artist Elle Anderson has documented her contribution to landfill in a stunning photography project.
The Lighthouse nears completion
Details will be announced soon for a ceremony to celebrate the opening of Michael Parekowhai's artwork on Queens Wharf.
Five pieces of public art to check out
If you find yourself with a free afternoon, think about exploring these gems scattered throughout wider Auckland.
Ōrewa Cross Stitch
Ōrewa Cross Stitch is a social group, so bring your ideas and stories, we will provide a venue and a safe space for like-minded people.
A Bee Story – EcoFest
This instantly enchanting show is an enlightening modern-day message on environmentalism, sustainability and community spirit.
Read With The Poets at New Lynn Library
Celebrate with the Titirangi Poets as they launch their sumptuous new anthology: From The Fringe Of Heaven.
Night Flight – EcoFest
This performance is a walking adventure at night on uneven and steep (ish) terrain (bush tracks).
Earth Beat Festival 2023
Earth Beat Festival is the place where you play, learn, revitalise make new connections and return to the world grounded and inspired!
MY YEAR WITH LORRAINE
Kate and Lorraine both have difficult home lives, but they find support in each other.
The Unruly Tourists
This witty, irreverent, and caustically observed work will spark conversation and debate long after the curtain goes down.
Vector Lights for World of Cultures
Head to the Vector Lights show and listen live from your favourite viewing spot.