Details will be announced soon for a ceremony to celebrate the opening of Michael Parekowhai's artwork on Queens Wharf.
If you find yourself with a free afternoon, think about exploring these gems scattered throughout wider Auckland.
The Auckland region is a treasure trove of heritage gems, and the long heady days of summer are a wonderful time to explore them.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki has received on long-term loan its first painting by Claude Monet and will exhibit the artwork from Wednesday 9 November.
Students from the Elam School of Fine Arts have joined forces with Auckland Transport, Auckland Council and Panuku Development to hold an exhibition in one of the buildings closed to make way for the City Rail Link.
ASB Waterfront Theatre has commissioned New Zealand sculptor Professor Robert Jahnke to create a pou for its yard.
The Lightpath, Auckland’s magnificent pink cycleway, features twice in the finals of this year’s New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Huge artworks on concrete panels, telling the story of lovers Hinemairangi and Tamaireia, are being installed on the left-hand side of the northbound lanes into the tunnel.
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