Auckland's screen sector is booming
Auckland’s screen sector is experiencing strong year-on-year growth.
Renaissance for Aotea Quarter
The Aotea Quarter is set to regain its crown as Auckland’s centre for arts, culture and entertainment following adoption of a 20-year strategic framework.
Theatre artist wins parks residency
Theatre artist Kate Parker has been selected as the 2016 Auckland Regional Parks Artist in Residence.
Khulu takes top sculpture award
More than 320,000 people visited Sculpture in the Gardens this summer and were delighted by the array of outstanding artworks, free activities and gorgeous Gardens.
South Auckland stories launched
Taku Tāmaki – Auckland Stories South is the first exhibition in an exciting new partnership between MIT Manukau and Auckland Museum.
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra set to move into Town Hall
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) plans to move into the Auckland Town Hall.
Art spotlight: Nobody Here But Us
Who knew this 3.5-tonne beauty would become such a talking point with inner-city workers?
Murals bring splash of pride at Gallaher Park
The Gallaher Park clubroom walls have been given a colourful makeover thanks to murals from local artists.
Kinky Boots - The Musical
Filled with glitter, glam, and a whole lot of soul, Kinky Boots invites you to feel the joy all over again!
The InSight photographers experimented with photographic processes, techniques, and subject matter to develop their own visual language.
Ufuoma Essi: Is My Living in Vain
The film emerges from an ongoing exploration into the histories of performance across the Black Atlantic.
Africa Month 2023
Celebrate the cultural heritage of Africans and Black people in Aotearoa.
Rozanna Lee: Sekali pendatang, tetap pendatang
Lee’s project draws from personal histories to consider the journeys and status of migrant communities in society globally, and particularly in relation to her own Chinese-Indon...
The Reading Revolution
Meet new people, make new friends & get more out of your reading.
Light from Tate: 1700s to Now
This exhibition features more than 70 artworks by celebrated artists across the globe from the 18th century to the present day.
Sunday Book Chat
Join this friendly group to discuss all genres over tea or coffee.