The Fenestra Series: 20 April - 9 May ARTIS Gallery presents a new body of work by Ron Left. The title of the exhibition, The Fenestra Series, is derived from the Latin word fenestra which refers to a window, but also more widely to an opening,...

We all know how important sustainability is and that meaningful sustainability can change our future. On the 8th of April our B2B event at Jasmax was a little different, as along with networking, it was the launch of a seminar series designed to help small...

Folded Forms April 2021Tom Barter is an Auckland based artist who works primarily in glass, his process includes techniques of casting and fusing to create vibrant sculptural forms.Tom Barter has developed a folded paper series that finds its inspiration in origami. To create these works,...

James Tapsell-Kururangi, curator of Papatūnga and resident of Parnell interviews Max Arshavsky, CEO and Co-Founder of Zenno Astronautics. ALSO published in Viva, 12 April 2021. ABOUT JAMES TAPSELL-KURURANGIJames Tapsell-Kururangi (Te Arawa, Tainui, Ngāti Porou) is the curator of Papatūnga, an independent art space in association with Te...

Auckland Domain Dawn Service. Arguably the only way to begin any ANZAC Day, the annual dawn parade will be once again taking place in front of the War Memorial Museum in the Domain. Kicking off at 6am, the initial dawn service will give way to a...

The team at Parnell Trust has planned an epic holiday programme for the upcoming April school holidays to keep your kids happy and active every day. They have an awesome selection of on-site Club House activities and off-site Adventure Seekers activities to choose from in Parnell...

Aotearoa’s small business owners do amazing mahi. But this past year hasn’t been easy. So we’re saying thanks by getting behind Small Business Day! You can go in the draw to win $150,000 worth of prizes when you buy from a small business on April 9th....

A Place to Stand 30 March - 18 April: ARTIS Gallery is the host gallery for Medal Art New Zealand (MANZ) – a group of New Zealand’s leading contemporary sculptors. This 2021 biennial exhibition has thirty-one artists presenting medals and /or small sculptures. A diversity is demonstrated...

In very exciting news, on Wednesday 24 March the Auckland Museum opened their new permanent suite of galleries Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland to the public. Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland shares the diverse stories of the people and place that is Tāmaki Makaurau. This...