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Te Tuhi opens winter exhibitions

Local contemporary art gallery Te Tuhi has opened its winter exhibitions. A large crowd attended the May 29 opening. The two major exhibitions have been curated...

Te Tuhi opens winter exhibitions

Local contemporary art gallery Te Tuhi opened its winter exhibitions on Saturday May 29. A large crowd was in attendance – showcasing the diversity and...

Te Tuhi exhibition pauses for gratitude

Just a day before the level 3 lockdown, Te Tuhi launched their new major exhibition by prominent Māori curator Ngahiraka Mason's A Very Different...

First artist in residence finds village a perfect canvas

Toni Mosley is recreating history at the Howick Historical Village. As part of Summernova, a summer festival funded by Auckland Unlimited, Mosley is the first...

Celebrating Chinese art and culture

The Pakuranga Chinese Association has been a part of the community for 18 years with well over 900 members. East Auckland was witness to the...

Arts Out East champions creativity

This year, Arts Out East have been busy empowering and supporting creative arts in east Auckland. The arts brokering team works with creatives to support...

Kong wins arts scholarship

Aaron Kong has won the Iris Fisher Scholarship from art gallery Te Tuhi. Kong is currently completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at the...

Opportunity knocks: New training café at Te Tuhi

The Covid-19 global pandemic, and the subsequent lockdown, has seen everyone considering what the new normal looks like. For many disabled people, this has resulted...

Cooking up opportunity: new training café at Te Tuhi

Te Tuhi has partnered with Rescare Homes Trust and the University of Auckland to establish Aotearoa’s first training café for people with intellectual disabilities. The...

Exhibition showcases young artists

With almost 70 applicants, the Howick Youth Council's East Auckland Visual Art Showcase kicked off with more than 135 guests attending Friday's opening night...

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