Introducing Auckland Council's Māori heritage team
Auckland Council is committed to the appropriate protection of tangata whenua’s taonga, sites and places of cultural and historic heritage to avoid further deterioration or loss of the region’s fascinating Māori footprint.
Khulu takes top sculpture award
More than 320,000 people visited Sculpture in the Gardens this summer and were delighted by the array of outstanding artworks, free activities and gorgeous Gardens.
South Auckland stories launched
Taku Tāmaki – Auckland Stories South is the first exhibition in an exciting new partnership between MIT Manukau and Auckland Museum.
Small but perfectly formed
Kaukapakapa Library, one of the smallest libraries in NZ, was included in a recent BBC radio documentary on tiny book-lending institutions.
Māori phrase of the week
Practise your te reo Māori each week with a new phrase.
Sculptor of the week - Lucy Bucknall
Devonport-based sculptor Lucy Bucknall’s work The Learning captures the tender experience of storytelling that comes from this intimate and concentrated joint activity.
Quality design: Grey Lynn's gravitational pull
The design is influenced by Sir Isaac Newton – and in particular his work in optics.
Art spotlight: Nobody Here But Us
Who knew this 3.5-tonne beauty would become such a talking point with inner-city workers?
Traditional Māori Medicine: Rongoā Māori with Ngahere
These workshops will focus on customary Māori treatments and practices to restore our health and wellbeing.
Audible Garden FREE Concert
Participants from previous creativity workshops exhibit their talents.
Matariki Festival @Bayswater School
The festival includes kapa haka, food trucks, drinks, markets, lights, games, rides, and the famous bonfire not to be missed.
Pukekohe Youth Concert
The event will include Kapa Haka performances, original songs showcase, food trucks and much more.
Foyer Concert Series
Our Autumn programme sees us welcome three one-hour concerts that celebrate collaborative performances across different genres and experience levels.