What's Going On: Issue 7, 2020
Civilisation, Photography, Now
Where: Auckland Art Gallery
When: Sat 13 June - Sun 18 Oct
What: Auckland Art Gallery is finally reopening with a new exhibition, ‘Civilisation, Photography, Now.’ The exhibition looks at our built environments and our hyper-connected, 21st century lives through the eyes of the skillful photographers who have so vividly pictured them. Humans engineer vast systems and structures, producing dazzling spectacles and generating complex conflicts. These ceaseless activities are captured in 'Civilisation, Photography, Now' which features the work of 100 of the world’s finest photographers.
Cost: $16 for Students with ID, $19 for Adults
Owlpine Presents: The Return of the Gig
Where: The Wine Cellar
When: Sat 13 June
What: For many of us it's been a couple of months since we've been able to enjoy live music in person. The Return of the Gig has put together an intimate seated show at one of Auckland’s favourite local venues. Our local artists for this special evening include Raylee Bradfield, Music By Montgomery and Keeley Shade.
When: Sat 13 June
What: Come down to Whammy to enjoy a night of dancing with the latest installment of Klang. Always known for a super sweet, inclusive space, with great tunes to take you through all the way till the dreaded 4am shutdown.
Waitui Ātea Saltwater Realm
Where: Central City Library
When: Open now till 19 July
What: Waitui Ātea highlights the people of the Saltwater Realm, their culture, language and homelands, brought alive by the saltwater communities that call Aotearoa home. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to experience rare and unique items from Auckland Libraries’ Heritage Collections, as well as treasures loaned from other cultural heritage institutions. The exhibition will also showcase the work of contemporary artists such as Michel Tuffery, Fatu Feu’u and Steve Hikaiti