Toi Whītiki, Auckland Council's new arts plan, weaves the city's creative strands together.
Auckland Council’s five-year milestone is an opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the Albert-Eden Local Board during this time.
An exhibition of small works showcasing each artist’s unique abilities and style.
This colourful and fun exhibition explores new and creative ways to engage with technology.
In this body of work Linda Gair has sought to express some of her opinions regarding several topical issues we are facing today.
Take a seat at your table as this ambitious theatre experience meets you where you are, at home.
Fa’amele Etuale's work pays homage to her alofa (love) for her a’iga (family), God, culture and grief.
An exhibition where both artists create digital graphics and respond to ideas around how they see themselves and their family relationships.
An intergenerational conversation between Salle Tamatoa and his grandmother Tunaga Funaki that illustrates the importance of magafaoa (family).
A free exhibition asking us to consider how to manaaki and hold space when we cannot physically host or be hosted.