From Thursday 13 April Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki will offer tours for Mandarin speakers. The 45-minute tours will feature highlights across Auckland Art Gallery and will include an introduction to the Gallery’s art collection, Māori portraits and its award-winning building.
Visitors to Auckland Zoo this weekend can look forward to saying gidday to some stunning Aussie newcomers with the opening of its new $3.2million highly immersive ‘Strangely Beautiful Australia’ development.
Taller than a two-storey house and built from over half a million LEGO bricks, the LEGO Christmas Tree is coming to New Zealand where it will light up Auckland’s Aotea Square from Friday 25th November to Tuesday 27 December.
This Conservation Week (10-18 September), Auckland Zoo and the Department of Conservation (DOC) are celebrating the arrival of tīeke (North Island saddleback) to Auckland Zoo’s Te Wao Nui forest aviary.
Sleeping, mending, letter writing and receiving the gift of song are just some of the ways the public can experience the new exhibition Lee Mingwei and His Relations: The Art of Participation which opens at Auckland Art Gallery on Saturday 5 November.
A massive, interactive light sculpture will irradiate Aotea Square in Auckland from Tuesday 6 September until Thursday 22 September offering locals of all ages a chance to discover, learn and enjoy. Affinity depicts the dazzling complexity and connectivity of the human brain while exploring the effects of dementia.
One of Auckland’s most iconic performing arts and entertainment venues – Takapuna’s Bruce Mason Centre (BMC) – is turning 20 in August. The 1119-seat theatre, nicknamed “The Bruce” by local North Shore residents, was first opened in 1996. It was named after one of New Zealand’s greatest playwrights Bruce Mason, who was best-known for his play The End ...