Friday Lates at Auckland Art Gallery
Mark your calendars, the Gallery, including its shop and café will be open late on Fridays from 10 am–9 pm.
Enjoy late-night shopping, entry to all exhibitions after-hours and a regular Friday night, 4 - 6 pm happy hour at our café.
Venue: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Date: 26 February 2021 to 17 December 2021
Exhibition: A Day In The Life
Walk with the bees and let them take you on a journey through "A day in the life of Cornwall Park", our newest exhibition. Discover the interconnected threads that weave seamlessly together to make a flourishing and enhancing ecosystem.
Venue: Cornwall Park Information Centre
Date: 26 March 2021 to 27 June 2021
Papakura and the surrounding districts have a long and unique military history. Much of the existing material focuses on the presence of the Papakura Military Camp, now SAS base.
Venue: Papakura Museum
Date: 30 March 2021 to 03 July 2021
Ka tipu ka rea
This exhibition showcases artworks made by ākonga at Henderson Intermediate School. The title of the exhibition takes its name from the school motto ‘flourish and grow’. Ka Tipu Ka Rea is a celebration of culture and identity.
Venue: Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery
Date: 29 May 2021 to 25 July 2021
Silver Linings: Aotearoa Innovation During COVID
Aotearoa innovation during Covid.
MOTAT is shining a light on six uplifting stories from Silver Linings: Kiwi Success Stories in the Time of Covid, a book by David Downs and Joe Davis.
Venue: MOTAT (Museum of Transport & Technology)
Date: 29 May 2021 to 30 July 2021
The Gulag Exhibition
Millions of innocent people were incarcerated in the hard labour camps of the GULAG system, including families with children. Katorga camps, forerunners to the Gulag, were established in Russia during the 17th century in underpopulated areas of Siberia and the Russian Far East.
Venue: Polish Heritage Trust Museum
Date: 01 June 2021 to 30 June 2021
Awaken: If our objects could talk
Dive deeper into the Maritime Museum collection with these bite-sized short talks highlighting special objects and their stories, as told by our volunteers.
Monday 21 June: The Home Boats
Venue: New Zealand Maritime Museum
Date: 21 June 2021 to 26 July 2021
Pamper yourself with the fabulous morning tea for amazing light refreshments in the room. A fabulous guided tour will also be provided for the attendees to hear the artist’s story and techniques for Prof Kuo Yen Chiao Traditional Chinese Painting Exhibition
Venue: Fo Guang Shan North Island
Date: 26 June 2021 to 26 June 2021
Matariki is a special time of year. Matariki is a star cluster that appears in our skies in the winter month of Pipiri (June-July) and marks the first month of the Māori lunar calendar. It is a time of new beginnings, reflection, gathering together and celebration.
Venue: Cornwall Park
Date: 01 July 2021 to 29 August 2021