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Submissions open for Estuary Art and Ecology Award

Uxbridge Arts and Culture is inviting artists to participate in the upcoming Estuary Art and Ecology Award. In its 16th year, the prestigious environmentally-themed award...

Uxbridge halts activities

Uxbridge Arts and Culture have cancelled its 2021 programmes and events. The Howick Village-situated arts and culture facility is the heart of the local community. During...

Howick 175th birthday plans begin

A group of committed volunteers and community leaders is determined to make Howick’s 175th anniversary a success and year to remember. Next year, 2022, marks...

Estuary art winner to be crowned

The winner of a prestigious environmentally-themed art prize based in east Auckland will soon be unveiled. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the establishment...

On the charts and playing in Howick

By PJ (Phil) Taylor A band generating excitement on a run up the Kiwi music charts is coming to Howick to show east Aucklanders what...

Art gallery with a difference

Quay Gallery is a long-established name in the New Zealand art industry representing Kiwi artists for more than 15 years. Based originally in Ahuriri Quay...

Master songsmith relishes times of change

By PJ (Phil) Taylor 2020 is a year out of the box, to say the least, with the worldwide Covid-19 outbreak closing down a lot...

Smart Arts: Uxbridge hosts an art sale with a difference

In this active era of recycling, an inaugural event aims to share the joy of artworks by making pieces available to new prospective owners. Uxbridge...

Fox and star cast interpret “Bird” Parker’s classic work

By PJ Taylor Rodger Fox is New Zealand’s king of big band jazz, but his latest musical project fuses the instruments of the classical domain...

A Day in India – Diwali Celebrations

Everyone’s invited to the Diwali celebrations being held at Uxbridge Arts and Culture in Howick on Saturday 3 November. “A Day in India” is a...

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