Arts centres, theatres and galleries

Central and Gulf Islands

Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the home of the visual arts in New Zealand where you can enjoy exploring the collection of over 15,000 artworks.

Visit the Auckland Art Gallery website to find out about upcoming events, increase your knowledge in the Learning Centre and much more.

Auckland Live

Auckland Live programmes performing arts and entertainment for:

  • Aotea Centre (ASB Theatre and Herald Theatre)
  • The Civic
  • Auckland Town Hall (Great Hall and Concert Chamber)
  • Aotea Square
  • Bruce Mason Centre
  • Mt Smart Stadium
  • Western Springs Stadium
  • QBE Stadium (formerly North Harbour Stadium).

Visit the Auckland Live website for more information.

Studio One Toi Tū

Formerly Artstation, Studio One Toi Tū offers more ways for all people to meet and share ideas, skills and practices.

Visit the Studio One Toi Tū page for more information.

Artworks Waiheke Island

Artworks in Oneroa features a library, visitor information centre, art gallery, theatre, cinema, cafe, retail stores, music museum and a community radio station.

Visit the art gallery and theatre websites for more information:

Artworks is owned by Auckland Council.

The Auckland Performing Arts Centre (TAPAC)

One of the city's most popular performance and rehearsal venues, TAPAC inclusively serves the creative needs and interests of a diverse performing arts community.

Visit The Auckland Performing Arts Centre (TAPAC) website for more information.

TAPAC is a partnership of The Performing Arts School of New Zealand, Western Springs College and Auckland Council.

The Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre

Set in beautiful Monte Cecilia Park, the historic Pah Homestead hosts a changing programme of exhibitions curated from the James Wallace Arts Trust Collection, as well as regional touring and guest exhibitions.

Visit the Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre website to find out about its history, exhibitions, events, the Pah Gallery Shop, the Pah Café and more.

The Pah Homestead is owned by Auckland Council.

Te Oro

Te Oro is a multi-purpose space where young people and the local community can come together to perform, practise and learn the arts, express their creativity and talents, and celebrate their cultures.

Visit the Te Oro page for further information.

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