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Waka on Waiheke

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Waiheke sculptor Anton Forde has completed his carvings on a 16-metre waka sculpture that now sits proud above the Pūtiki inlet where Polynesian voyagers first...

A gift to the people of Christchurch

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Waiheke-based artist Kazu Nakagawa was standing under his giant origami-inspired sculpture at 2019’s Sculpture on the Gulf when he learned of the Christchurch mosque...

Ko au te whenua, Ko te whenua ko au / ...

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Opening at the Waiheke Community Gallery / Te Whare Taonga o Waiheke last Friday, alongside  The Reckoning, sculptural works by 2023’s Artist in Residence...

Celebrating the winners of the Waiheke Youth Art Awards

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The Waiheke Youth Art Awards were recently celebrated in a prizegiving at Waiheke Adult Learning Centre. The evening was a heart-warming acknowledgement of Waiheke’s...

Mountains Crumble to the Sea at the Red Shed

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Mountains Crumble to the Sea is a new exhibition by Paul John Rhind, currently showing at the Red Shed Arts Collective in Palm Beach...

A bubbly acrylic workshop at Goldie Estate

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Lovers of crafts, art and good wine have a workshop specially designed for them at Goldie Estate. Next Saturday 1 July at 1.30pm, the...

‘This is my happy place’

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Sandie O’Brien has been hard at work on a new series of striking abstract paintings for a good cause. The artist has teamed up...

Light shines on Members Show

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Summer is on the way and Carol Bucknell’s Morning Light, with its saturated colour and play of light, is a welcome harbinger. The painting...

Waiheke artist chooses slow lane

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Many people fantasise about throwing in their job, moving out of the city and fulfilling a dream of writing or art making. Most don’t....

More time to take in Sculpt Oneroa

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Sculpt Oneroa has been extended and will now conclude on 30 April. If you haven’t recently wandered around Oneroa Village, make sure to meander...