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02/03/24  to 02/06/24

Maioha Kara: In Good Relation

Te Whanganui-a-Tara artist Maioha Kara creates timber sculptures, excavated with patterns and filled with glitter.

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Jun 2, 2024
Choirs Aotearoa NZ announces inaugural Assistant Conductor

Choirs Aotearoa NZ announces inaugural Assistant Conductor

Fiona Wilson has just been announced as the inaugural 2024 Assistant Conductor for Choirs Aotearoa New Zealand, the body that governs our four national choirs.

New book to celebrate Pātaka's 25th birthday.

New book to celebrate Pātaka's 25th birthday.

Pātaka Art + Museum turns 25: thinking global, acting local: Pātaka champions Toi Māori & Pacific arts since 1998

Jack Trolove’s oil paintings ‘disappear and reappear’ at Pātaka

Jack Trolove’s oil paintings ‘disappear and reappear’ at Pātaka

Artist Jack Trolove is exhibiting his works with the gallery lights off to 'see what paintings do in the dark'.

New director announced for Pātaka

New director announced for Pātaka

Ana Sciascia returns to the arts to Pātaka in Porirua

Pasifika Curator‘s First Exhibition Explores Rainbow Community: Aniva Arts Residency

Pasifika Curator‘s First Exhibition Explores Rainbow Community: Aniva Arts Residency

Pātaka is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition, 'If the shoe fits' by the first Aniva Arts Resident, Sevia Saviour Nua.

New Zealand Curators taking Māori & Pasifika Art Across the Globe

New Zealand Curators taking Māori & Pasifika Art Across the Globe

Pātaka Art + Museum Director, Reuben Friend, and Curator Maori & Pacific, Ioana Gordon-Smith, have been collaborating with curators around the world on two significant international projects.

Recipient announced for new Pasifika Aniva Arts Residency

Recipient announced for new Pasifika Aniva Arts Residency

How the lives of three real life students change over the next 12 months is the focus a new ad campaign for Unitec Institute of Technology which launched this week.

Recipient announced for new Pasifika Aniva Arts Residency

Recipient announced for new Pasifika Aniva Arts Residency

Creative New Zealand and Pātaka Art + Museum are delighted to announce Sevia Saviour Nua (Saviiey) as the recipient of the inaugural Aniva Arts Residency.