Call for applications: Ocenan Fellowship 2022, Academy at Ocean Space, Venice
Happy Holidays from Artspace Aotearoa.
Artspace Aotearoa Hui-ā-Tau AGM 2021
Albert Eden Youth Art Exhibition + Youth Awards
Cruel Optimism: Curatorial Tour
Te Manawa: Jack Trolove 'Keening'
Guilty Pleasures: a mural by Bronte Perry
Gus Fisher: 'I Multiply Each Day': Larry Achiampong, Christopher Ulutupu, Michelle Williams Gamaker
Gus Fisher: Emily Parr 'Through the time spiral: ʻOli Ula'
Pah Homestead: THE GENERATION OF THE HYPERREAL by Xi Li
The Songwriter's Diary: Crowdfunding Campaign
Job: Len Lye Assistant Curator
RM Gallery: Hannah Valentine 'Sensible instability' and Dilohana Lekamge 'A Different Ocean'
play_station: TOWARDS THE SUN by Connor Fitzgerald
Cruel Optimism: New Artists Show 2021
BIG FISH LITTLE BOAT: Artspace Aotearoa in exchange with Blue Oyster Art Project Space
Enjoy Contemporary Art Space: Bling Ring: Clementine Edwards, Jenny Takahashi Palmer, Louie Zalk-Neale, Ming Ranginui, Nââwié Tutugoro
Architecture New Zealand: The journey into knowing by Karamia Müller
Te tomo kōhua
Afterall Journal: The Imagination of Isolation: On Current Practices in Aotearoa by Remco de Blaaij
Architecture New Zealand Review: Slow Boil by Lana Lopesi
When The Dust Settles Video Tour with Charles Ninow, Webb's Head of Art
Online Catalogue: When The Dust Settles Fundraising Auction
Plates Journal: Call For Proposals
Open Call: Audio Foundation AFM Radio
Hinemihi Te Ao Tawhito - Connecting People by Justine Murray (RNZ)
Premiere: 'Neighbourhood of Truth' by Cushla Donaldson and Quentin Lind
The Drift - Kōrewa: José Roca
Job Opportunity: Event Administrator at Aotearoa Art Fair
Visions: Heavy Kite by Marlee McMahon
Visions: Prismatic Tectonics by Georgie Hill (until 4 September)
Auckland is at Alert Level 4 until Wednesday 25 August.
Michael Lett: Imogen Taylor, Water Colours (Until 24 August)
Cruel Optimism, 2021 new artist show open call.
Opening: When (Postponed)
Cinema: Cities of Tomorrow by Gavin Hipkins
When The Dust Settles
Temporary Closure of Artspace Aotearoa Gallery
Slow Boil: Closing Dinner
(Opening 4 August) RM Gallery: Shivanjani Lal, Amol K Patil and Niccolò Moscatelli; Antje Barke; Grace Crothall
Visions: Pippa Mott, Doors of Perception (Until 31 July)
Slow Boil: Matthew Galloway in conversation with Mohamed Kamal Fadel & Golriz Ghahraman.
Samoa House Library: Te Wā o Hine - A Wāhine Māori Hauora Perspective on the role of Te Maramataka Māori.
Apply: Fulbright Scholarships
Job opportunites at The Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tāmaki.
Slow Boil: Propagations with Bruno Anso and Tyrone Wood
Gasworks Residence 2021: Applications now open (closes 20 July)
Art Now Essay: No Hea Koe? No Tāmaki Makaurau Au. Hana Pera Aoake on whakapapa and sovereignty in the work of Emily Karaka
Artspace Aotearoa seeking Communications Assistant (Maternity Cover).
Sky Hopinka Screening
Moving Image Proposals now open at RM
Artspace Aotearoa Welcomes Kaiāwhina Whakaaturanga Assistant Curator Daniel John Corbett Sanders
Tautai: Lue with Linda T (Activation)
THE NEST: Street Style Solo Dance Festival at the Basement
The University of Auckland: Fine Arts and Design Scholarship opportunities
Michael Lett: Michael Stevenson Disproof Does Not Equal Disbelief' (On now).
Contemporary Hum New Website Launched.
Two Rooms: Selina Foote and Tira Walsh. (Opening 8 July)
First Timers at the APAM Gathering at Darwin Festival EOIs now open
What's on at RM Gallery
OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS – Sculpture on the Gulf 4-20 March 2022
Trish Clark Gallery: PHIL DADSON | Handstamps & Headstamps
Slow Boil: Metabolisms with Bruno Anso and Blaine Western
Matariki celebrations continue on Karangahape Road
Invisible and Indivisible: Going Beyond the Exhibition (Article)
E rapua ana tētahi Mema o te Poari Tiaki / Call for Tiaki Board Member
Cinema: Works by Sky Hopinka.
Slow Boil: Elevations with Icao Tiseli and Bhaveeka Madagammana
Regional Assembly - connecting cultural practitioners working in regional and remote geographies across the Asia-Pacific.
Artspace Aotearoa is seeking a new Assistant Curator -Closing Sunday 20 June
Slow Boil: Relations with Matthew Galloway and Lachlan Kermode
Whānau Mārama - Family of Light for Matariki at Commercial Bay
Slow Boil: Positions with Whaea Taneko, Grayson Goffe and Karamia Müller
Entry for the Parkin Drawing Prize 2021 is now open. (Closes 8 June)
Michael Lett: the body and its outside, group exhibition (June 2 - 3)
Creative New Zealand Funding Calendar
Opening: They covered the house in stories, Te Tuhi. (30 May)
Te Tuhi winter exhibitions opening (Art Bus leaving from Gus Fisher Gallery)
Cinema: Wild Relatives, Jumana Manna, 2018.
SWEAT: Slow Boil After Party
Slow Boil Opening Dinner (Sold Out)
Opportunities: Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, closes 21 May 2021.
Art Now Essay: And I Do Care, Cameron Ah Loo-Matamua
An Evening Performance with Jahra Wasasala
Pacific Islanders in Communications: Shorts Fund Applications Now Open. (Closes May 14).
Gus Fisher Public Programme Dates
The typeface that told the stories of Chinese New Zealanders | The Single Object | The Spinoff
Opening: RM Gallery, Miranda Bellamy & Amanda Fauteux 'A Wardian Case' and Deborah Rundle 'No More the Fruit'.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki: Toi Tū Toi Ora virtual tour
Open Call: Submissions for Plates Issue 04: Craft, closes Midnight, May 6 (CST).
Kingi Tuheitia Portraiture Award
*curriculum* - Whakamanatia, Grayson Goffe and Tiare Turetahi - 'Scab-enger Hunt'
Art Now Essays: Slippery Dance Floors & Somatic Promiscuities by Andrew Berardini
Femisphere Issue 4 - online now!
Opening and Launch: Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns
Opening: Barrel Store Colony at Corbans Estate Arts Centre (Friday 16 April, 6pm)
Enjoy Gallery: distance rewoven from the roots to the stem by Arielle Walker
Opportunity: Audience Engagement and Administration Assistant at Te Tuhi (closes 14 April).
Art Now Essay: Terms of Art Now by Tendai Mutambu
Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns with Rangituhia Hollis, Ana Iti, Alex Monteith, Sione Monu and Gary-Ross Pastrana
Art Now Essay: Reparative Intimacy by Robyn Maree Pickens
Ema Tavola: What our artists are telling us (E-Tangata)
The Drift - Kōrewa: Decor and Conquest, or Marcel Broodthaers’s Message in a Bottle.
The Drift - Kōrewa: Ariella Aïsha Azoulay - link now available.
An Interview with Tom Tuke by Becky Hemus. (the-art-paper.com)
Creative New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Kereama Te Ua (Te Whakatōhea, Tūhoe, Te Whānau a Apanui, Tūwharetoa, Te Aitanga a Mahaki, Te Rarawa, Te Aupouri, Ngāti Pākehā) as the new Arts Practice Director, Māori.
Caren Rangi (ONZM) appointed as Chair of the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa
The Drift - Kōrewa: Charles Esche - The Demodern Possibility
Charles Esche @Global Academy II '18 – Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts
Talk | Charles Esche | Keynote: Reading the Zeitgeist
Basement Theatre: Dirty Passports
Session 2: Paloma And The Do of Death - a Puppet Show by Tom Tuke (Sold Out)
Session 1: Paloma And The Do of Death - a Puppet Show by Tom Tuke (Sold Out)
The Drift-Kōrewa: Lagi-Maama Tok Stori with Cosmin Costina and Vivian Ziherl (Para Site, Hong Kong)
'Spin into Being, The Art of Melati Suryodarmo'. Written by Kyra Kordoski for White Fungus
Guy Ngan, 'Habitation', showing at Dunedin Public Art Exhibtion
Recommenced: Opening Celebration.
Opening celebration for four programmes happening this Friday 19 March 2021
Opening: Yukari Kaihori, Abigail Aroha Jensen, Avigail Allan and Naomi Allan. Rm Gallery
Art Now Essay: Through a window into a time not my own by Lana Lopesi
Sad Girls Poetry Evening
Our Voices: Indigeneity and Architecture (ORO EDITIONS)
Te Taumata Toi-a-iwi; an interview with Meijing He
Lagi-Maama Tok Stori with Cosmin Costina and Vivian Ziherl (Para Site, Hong Kong)
Samoa House Library: Librarian Position Available
Bedroom Diaries by Lucinda Bennett
Artist in Residence: Jade Townsend
The Drift - Kōrewa: Pablo José Ramirez Podcast on Souncloud
The Drift - Kōrewa: Pablo Jose Ramirez
Enjoy Gallery: Call for Proposals
Artist in Residence: Jade Townsend
Naked Accounting - Aspirational Accounting for Artists
Safe Space Alliance: Discover spaces worldwide that welcome and support the LGBTQI+ community Find safe physical, mobile, and digital spaces
Auckland Pride Festival 2021
Alert Level 3 Lockdown for Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland
Auckland Artfair 2021 Talk 3: Collecting Anew
Manawa i te Kāniwha, a mural by Abigail Aroha Jensen and Georgina Watson
Un-Documented: Unlearning Imperial Plunder by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay
Auckland Artfair 2021 Talk 2: How and When?
Applications open for Michael King Writer's Fellowship (Close 1pm 26 February)
Auckland Artfair 2021 Talk 1: Parallel Worlds, new imagination of internationality
ruangrupa Podcast Series, Talk 3: Tuakana
ruangrupa Podcast Series, Talk 4: The Echo
Artspace Aotearoa Soft Opening and Blessing: Wednesday 24 February 2021
I Think You Like Me But I’ve Been Wrong About These Things Before
The Drift - Kōrewa Podcast: Boycott, Leader and the Victim.
ruangrupa Podcast Series, Talk 2: Refusal
ruangrupa Podcast Series, Talk 1: High Energy Schooling
The Drift-Kōrewa: ruangrupa Podcast Series
Artspace Aotearoa to be closed - Alert Level Three
CNZ Senior Communications Adviser – Pacific | Kaiārahi Whakawhitiwhiti Kōrero – Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa
Ngā Hinepūkōrero – Spoken Word Poets, Auckland Art Galley Toi o Tāmaki.
Emily Karaka: Kanohi ki te kanohi, face to face at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Koloa: Closing Day Event
The Drift - Kōrewa: Boycott, Leader and the Victim
Objectspace: Courtyard Plinth Commission Request for Proposals.
Luva Mo e 'Ofa atu Tuna (Tolu)
Luva Mo e 'Ofa atu Tuna (Ua)
LUX Scotland: GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW – Artists’ Moving Image Festival Thu 21 –Sun 24 Jan 2021
Luva Mo e Ofa atu Tuna (Taha)
Exhibition: Urutā, Tame Iti, Saturday 23 January 2021
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: WORKSHOP FOR EMERGING ARTISTS & CURATORS, 24-25 FEBRUARY 2021
ARTFORUM: Claudia Kogachi
RADICAL INTIMACIES, Beatrice Gibson, Rehana Zaman and Stephen Sutcliffe.
Koloa: Fafine, 'Aati, Mo e Tekinolosia/ Women Art and Technology Changeover Celebration.
The Artspace chronology shows the current timeline of events happening at and around Artspace Aotearoa.View archival website