Aucklanders will have more ways to celebrate Diwali this year, with the Auckland Diwali Festival set to be held at multiple locations across the Auckland region from 27 October to 14 November.
Growing your own vegetables has never been easier for would-be south Auckland gardeners.
One of the most iconic and culturally important landmarks in Tāmaki Makaurau has a new feature, and it’s a game-changer in more ways than one.
Fa’amele Etuale's work pays homage to her alofa (love) for her a’iga (family), God, culture and grief.
An exhibition where both artists create digital graphics and respond to ideas around how they see themselves and their family relationships.
An intergenerational conversation between Salle Tamatoa and his grandmother Tunaga Funaki that illustrates the importance of magafaoa (family).
Highlights the lack of written knowledge around Chinese, and specifically Māori-Chinese, history in Aotearoa.
This exhibition highlights the beauty in the intersection of diverse peoples, through the sharing of Sudan's history, traditions and art.
More than 30 ethnic communities are taking part in the festival.
A lei making workshop held alongside Fa'amele Etuale exhibition Remember Me.