Multicultural fāle wins architecture award
Te Auaunga Awa – Multicultural Fāle and Outdoor Classroom was the winning entry in the Small Project Architecture category of the 2020 NZIA Auckland Architecture Awards announced this week.
Upper Harbour's 'Travelling Apple Cart' collects local stories
A project designed to engage and share the stories of people living in the fast-changing Upper Harbour Local Board area has captured many local stories since launching in 2019.
Music stars join five SUSO hubs
Auckland Council enables leading lights from music industry to support young talent.
Birds soar in new Waiuku artwork
Five years in the making, the NZ Steel commissioned public sculpture by renowned artist Fred Graham marking 50 years of the Glenbrook steel mill has been unveiled.
Elemental AKL returns to showcase arts, eats, beats of Auckland
Elemental AKL is back for a second time this spring, 1-31 October, to celebrate arts, eats and beats across Auckland.
A shout-out from SUSO to schools: apply now
Auckland’s secondary school music showcase is back, but not as you know it, and is looking for entries for 2020.
New mural in Papakura for the Instagram age
A new mural in Papakura is designed to provide different backdrops for Instagram posts.
Auckland events scene stacked for spring and summer
Auckland is gearing up for a spring season of major events, a prelude to a stacked summer schedule as the region looks forward to 2021 – the region’s largest planned year of major events.
You can share your progress, get feedback, or enjoy the space and time to create.
Come and join us for all day craft making at Whangaparāoa Library!
Light from Tate Highlights Tour
Hear about the artists and the development of their fascination with light.
CLAS103: Greek Mythology
CLAS 103: Greek Mythology’ is a lecture from world renowned philosopher and lecturer Professor Ross Jacob Livingston.
This is an exciting Contemporary Art exhibition that showcases the dynamic and innovative works of ten contemporary artists.
A group exhibition of Māori artists, each showcasing works that speak to ngā whetū (the stars), Puanga and the Matariki cluster.