Q&A with Rhana Devenport
OurAuckland spoke with Rhana Devenport to find out more about her role as curator for the New Zealand Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale.
New extension opens at Estuary Arts Centre
A new extension doubles the size of the Estuary Arts Centre in Ōrewa
Toi Whītiki celebrates Auckland’s unique cultural identity
Toi Whītiki, Auckland Council's new arts plan, weaves the city's creative strands together.
Sculptor of the Week – Marte Szirmay
Auckland-based artist Marte Szirmay’s sculpture, Seek, is an acquisition award winner, for the permanent collection at Auckland Botanic Gardens.
Manukau set for transformation
The announcement by Panuku Development Auckland about major grades in Manukau has been welcomed by local residents.
Hearts of the City: Elsie
The most recent addition to the Hearts of the City series of art on walls around the city is the huge and stunning portrait, Elsie, created by Askew One.
Five years of progress in Ōtara-Papatoetoe
With Auckland Council recently reaching its fifth anniversary, we take a closer look at the local progress in Ōtara, Manukau and Papatoetoe.
Albert-Eden Local Board reflects on five years of achievements
Auckland Council’s five-year milestone is an opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the Albert-Eden Local Board during this time.
De la milpa a la mesa
In this vibrant, colourful and interactive space, meet farmers, scientists, vendors, home cooks and acclaimed chefs across Mexico.
GAP [黄馨贤박성환 嫦潔] FILLER
Cindy Huang, Sung Hwan Bobby Park and Ruby White share hands parched from clay, using ceramic as a means for narration, negotiation and navigation.
Exhibition: Cirque du Killing PRESENTS: ‘Appetiser’
The Killing is a collective of emerging artists based in Aotearoa and Australia.
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.
This exhibition shares photographs, correspondence, and stories about how these pukapuka came into being.
Kei whea te Aute
The exhibition pays tribute to the acclaimed Mōteatea (Māori lament or chant) continuing their legacy as a Wawata in exhibition form.
Gain experience and skill working with a range of media, including drawing, painting, printing, collage, and more.
This is a perfect opportunity for children to express themselves using a wide range of media.