Category: Featured

Exhibition | Black Door Gallery – Tom Barter

Folded Forms April 2021 Tom 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 …

Take a Seat in Parnell | James Tapsell-Kururangi and Max Arshavsky

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 …

Exhibition | Parnell Gallery – Featured Works

Featured Works: 1 April 11 May 2021 A curated selection of works that captivate, cause a stir, speak to us, and transport us.   ‘Featured Works’ Parnell Gallery 1 April – 11 May

FREE Parnell Art Walk

ART WALK 2nd May As part of the Urban Walking Festival 2021, White Glove Experiences will be leading an art tour of one of NZ’s most creative districts, Parnell. Home to a dizzying array of galleries, boutiques, restaurants and bars, Parnell is also famous for …

ANZAC Day 2021 at the Domain

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 …

Suburb spotlight: Why you should visit Parnell

There’s so much more to a city than its centre. The best way to uncover a destination’s hidden gems is to hit the suburbs. In this recent article by Stuff writer, Caryn Wilkinson she shines a spotlight on Parnell, looking at where the locals eat, …

Take a Seat in Parnell | Jillian de Beer and Jerome Partington

Jillian de Beer, Thinker, Strategist, Collaborative Innovator and Parnell Resident interviews Jerome Partington, Associate Principal – Sustainability Manager, Jasmax. As published in Verve, March 2021. ABOUT JILLIAN DE BEERI am a Global Thinker, Strategist and Collaborative Innovator. Throughout my career I have made authentic connections, …

Exhibition | Artis Gallery – Metal Art New Zealand

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 …

Take a Seat in Parnell | Alison Ward and Jonathan Gooderham

Alison Ward, Interior Designer and blogger Corner Room Design, and a Parnell resident, interviews Jonathan Gooderham, owner of Jonathan Grant Galleries Parnell. As published in The Hobson, March 2021. ABOUT ALISON WARD.  I’m a bit of a free spirit so my career unfolded rather than …

Museum opens new permanent galleries

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 …

Exhibition | International Art Centre – Cubism 4

Cubism 4 – 24 March – 12 April Cubism : A revolutionary style of painting pioneered by Picasso and Braque at the beginning of the twentieth century. Cubism sees single point linear perspective give way to multiple viewpoints within the picture plane and subject matter …

How does a suburb and its people bid adieu to not only a local icon, but an award-winning Auckland-wide institution?

If you head to the Antoine’s website, you’ll see this statement from Tony Astle himself: “We want to thank you all for the loyal support over the past 47 years, but the time has come for us to say good bye. You will all sincerely …