Aucklanders can reflect and learn about Tāmaki Makaurau’s part in the Treaty of Waitangi story as the region honours 180 years since the first historic signing this Waitangi Day.
The inaugural Te Ahi Kōmau - Food, Fire, Festival set South Auckland alight over two-nights with soulful waiata and smokey and juicy indigenous kai bringing traditional Māori and Polynesian culture to the forefront at Papatūānuku Kōkiri Marae.
This collaborative show explores the question 'What is contemporary New Zealand Indian art?'
A self-curated group exhibition with works by eight artists.
Yeonjae Choi explores ideas around femininity and race in a new suite of figurative clay vessels.
An exhibition that maps a feminist trajectory in contemporary Pacific art.
A community-led exhibition that highlights the experience of Auckland's thriving Banaban community.
A presentation of Banaban arts, culture and heritage by Tāmaki Makaurau’s Banaban community.
This exhibition presents a series of landscape paintings made by Cora-Allan Wickliffe.