Landmarks across the region will be bathed in light in celebration of Auckland Diwali Festival.
Auckland Heritage Festival brings multiple events - in person and online - to the region from 26 September to 11 October 2020.
Māori Language Week kicks off on Monday 14 September with events and activities for everyone.
Last month, the Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee approved Kia Ora Tāmaki Makaurau – the council group’s performance measurement framework for Māori Outcomes.
Learn Te Reo Maaori for free in a safe space.
A fun-filled storytelling session for tamariki aged three to five years old.
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.