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Cultural 20 Jul 2020

Share your cuisine, crafts and talent at Auckland Diwali Festival

The hunt is on for stallholders and performers for this year's Diwali Festival, taking place on 31 October and 1 November.

Community 17 Jul 2020

Manurewa Local Board supports study for older residents

Fourteen older residents will make use of Manurewa Local Board’s Lifelong Learning Fund to take up studies.

Community 14 Jul 2020

Papakura backs te reo names

Papakura Local board chair Brent Catchpole says using te reo in street names and for other public places, especially when those names are gifted by mana whenua, is a policy that celebrates who we are.

Community 6 Jul 2020

Libraries reach out to support kaumātua Māori

During lockdown, a group of Māori specialist staff from Auckland Council Libraries identified an opportunity to establish a service to engage with kaumātua Māori in these unprecedented times.

Cultural 6 Jul 2020

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.

Cultural 29 Jun 2020

Waka workshops with the people of Moana

Waka workshops introduce Aucklanders and urban youth to the mighty Polynesian seafaring canoes and the sport of waka ama.

Cultural 12 Jun 2020

Tō tātou tuakiri Māori: Celebrating Māori identity

In June, we’re celebrating and participating in Auckland’s thriving Māori identity.

Cultural 12 Jun 2020

What's in a name?

A movement is underway to reflect the true richness of our heritage in the names of our parks and public spaces.

Events31 Results

30 Nov 2021 - 05 Feb 2022

Exhibition: Remember Me by Fa'amele Etuale

Fa’amele Etuale's work pays homage to her alofa (love) for her a’iga (family), God, culture and grief.

24 Nov 2021 - 23 Dec 2021

Exhibition: Connections

An exhibition where both artists create digital graphics and respond to ideas around how they see themselves and their family relationships.

24 Nov 2021 - 23 Dec 2021

Exhibition: Matua moe Tama

An intergenerational conversation between Salle Tamatoa and his grandmother Tunaga Funaki that illustrates the importance of magafaoa (family).

10 Nov 2021 - 05 Dec 2021

A Footnote on New Zealand History by Cindy Huang

Highlights the lack of written knowledge around Chinese, and specifically Māori-Chinese, history in Aotearoa.

05 Dec 2021 - 23 Jan 2022

Te Taunga Community Hub

This exhibition highlights the beauty in the intersection of diverse peoples, through the sharing of Sudan's history, traditions and art.

18 Dec 2021

Sixth Multi-Ethnic Dance Festival 2021

More than 30 ethnic communities are taking part in the festival.

25 Jan 2022

Lunchtime Leis – Workshop by Fa'amele Etuale

A lei making workshop held alongside Fa'amele Etuale exhibition Remember Me.

01 Feb 2022 - 27 Feb 2022

Auckland Pride Festival 2022

A month-long celebration showcasing Auckland's diverse communities.