Help CreativeNZ shape the direction for supporting sustainable careers in the arts
We’re inviting public comment and feedback on our response to A Profile of Creative Professionals, the research seeking to better understand career sustainability in the arts and creative industries.
The deadline for filling in the questionnaire is 10am 31 October 2019. More >>
Introduction to Maori family history research. Tuesday 20th August, 2pm to 3pm, New Lynn Library
Poukokiri Rangahau Maori Jacqueline Snee and Dena Jacob from Auckland Libraries Research Centre share their expertise in using online and local resources to research Maori whakapapa.
Take home pukapuka included listing resources available for whakapapa mahi. Bookings essential >>
The Auckland Festival of Photography is pleased to announce Top 30 and winners of Nikon Auckland Photo Day 2019:
First prize: Sleeping with my mate.. by Neil Ihaia
Second prize: Youth, yet to be entertained by Steve Pettigrew
Third prize: Inside Out by Manon Fleurentin
Moving image winner: First Impressions by Michelle Vergel de Dios
In the Top 30 two photographers are from Waitakere, find out more >>
It's exciting to be able to announce this year's Open Studios WaitAkere weekend dates. Please book the event into your diary - Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th November, 10am - 4pm. We’ve also opened our "call to artists” to register to take part, so if you know anyone you think should be involved please let them know. The event is open to all artists, designers, makers and creatives - as well as art groups and organisations located in the Waitakere Ranges Local Board area. >>
West Auckland Artists, I'm stoked to announce that ArtWest 2019 is on the calendar and we are taking expressions of interest
This year, ArtWest lands within the ArtWeek Auckland 2019 dates, with the exhibition opening on Friday 18th October and running till the 23rd. Location will remain the same, in the Islay Auditorium at Kelston Girls' College, thanks to the support of Kelston Girls' College. More >>