Fa’amele Etuale's work pays homage to her alofa (love) for her a’iga (family), God, culture and grief.
A free exhibition asking us to consider how to manaaki and hold space when we cannot physically host or be hosted.
This exhibition presents a contrast in materials to provide a moment of reflection on states of permanence and change.
An online exhibition comprised of 38 works by 27 Māpura artists.
This free exhibition brings into focus images of eroticised male bodies.
Felix Pryor’s first solo exhibition is a celebration of all that is speculative and fantastical.
An exhibition of contemporary jewellery pieces made with Rongoā Māori principles.