Arts centres, theatres and galleries

West

 

Corban Estate Arts Centre

426 Great North Road - intersection of Great North Road and Mount Lebanon Lane, Henderson

Located on the historic Corban Winery Estate, the Corban Estate Arts Centre (CEAC) features onsite studios and exhibition space. Around 15 artists work onsite including painters, sculptors, and ceramic artists. CEAC features a changing programme of exhibitions and also runs art classes for adults and children.

View the Corban Estate Arts Centre website for full information and exhibition details.

This facility is supported by Auckland Council.


Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery

420 Titirangi Rd, Titirangi

Te Uru is an institution locally rooted in West Auckland but globally minded. The gallery has a distinctive West Auckland focus but a national and international perspective. After an extensive redevelopment programme, Te Uru reopened in November 2014 in a new state-of-the-art building that offers extraordinary exhibition experiences and spectacular views of the surrounding area.

View the Te Uru website for full information and exhibition details.


Titirangi Theatre

Corner of Titirangi and South Titirangi Roads, Titirangi

Situated at the bottom level of Lopdell House, this intimate theatre has a long history of producing high quality 'serious' theatre. Sell-out performances are not uncommon, so early bookings are advised.

View the Titirangi Drama Group website for full information and listings.


Playhouse Theatre

15 Glendale Road, Glen Eden

Playhouse Theatre hosts at least of four shows a year including plays, large musicals, children's shows and pantos. During the rest of the year, the performing arts centre is available for community and corporate hire.

View the Playhouse Theatre website for full information and listings.


Te Toi Uku Clay Works

8 Ambrico Place, New Lynn

Te Toi Uku, ‘the art of clay’, has a large collection of  bricks, pipes and machinery from the Crown Lynn's early clay industry. The museum is located next to the historic Gardner Bros & Parker kiln. It was set up by the Portage Ceramics Trust and opened to the public in May 2015.

View the Te Toi Uku Clay Works website for full information and browse the collection.

This facility is supported by the Whau Local Board.

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