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Art explores cultural identity and sexuality

Bildungsroman is a rather unusual title for a first solo exhibition at Uxbridge, Malcolm Smith Gallery. Areez Katki says he likes the sound of it. “I’ve...

Countdown to Howick’s Santa Parade

There’s just nine sleeps until Howick Santa Parade and organisers Bo and Pip Burns are putting the final frantic touches to the very full...

Ugly learns to celebrate his differences

A delightful tale of self worth is coming to Uxbridge these school holidays with a very special Ruske Performing Arts (RPA) musical adaptation of...

Think outside the box

                Out of the box is a year-long project which has been funded by Creative Community allowing Uxbridge to work with local installation artist Lucy...

Surreal, twisted and pure fantasy

It’s ok not to know where you belong, says international urban artist and graphic designer of Swiss and Thai heritage. “I am a third culture...

Art award for ecology

  It’s the only contemporary art prize in New Zealand with ecology at its core. Each year, the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize brings together artworks by...

Nathan Haines is heading to Uxbridge

New Zealand born musician Nathan Haines is heading to Uxbridge this month. The vocalist and saxophonist will take the stage against all odds for a...

Uxbridge gifted grand piano

Uxbridge Arts & Culture has an exciting new addition -- a grand piano. The piano is on loan from Howick local Barbara Stroud for two...

Winning estuary entry ‘unmissable’

Congratulations to Kohl Tyler-Dunshea, first place winner of this year’s prestigious Estuary Art and Ecology Prize. The Estuary Art Awards bring together artworks by local...

Youth talent showcase perfect for chilly Fridays

Taking a midday break on a cold, wintery Friday afternoon never sounded so good. This June, Uxbridge Arts and Culture Centre present Fridays at Twelve...