POPPING and piquing public interest on Queens Wharf to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori.
Like a sun burst, this heart is exploding with everything life has to offer. Sara hopes that its rays will be positive and life affirming to passersby.
'Hauhake’ is a rain art work by Janine and Charles Williams. The public unveiling of the work also marked the launch of the programme for Auckland Council’s Matariki Festival 2016.
A life spent preserving our historical past.
Aotea Square has been filled with music recently as piano stairs were installed on the steps of the Aotea Centre.
Work is underway to preserve a large mosaic that many Aucklanders will remember from the foyer of the former Odeon Theatre on Queen Street.
Ramon Robertson’s sculpture, Gravity Bag, explores themes about the urban environment and our existence in it. His work relates to an essential human need to control space and physical structural form.
The new artwork at the entranceway to the steps on Tamaki Drive, leading from Mission Bay to Bastion Point, has been blessed.
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