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08 • 07 • 24Arts & CultureNews

World Choir Games 2024 Friendship Concerts

Britomart welcomes the World Choir Games 2024. Choirs of all ages from around the world will be sharing their love of music. Informal and fun, Takutai Square will be filled with the sound of voices singing a diverse range of musical styles.

26 • 06 • 24Arts & CultureNews

A closer look at Kua Tīrama!

To celebrate Matariki, Britomart commissioned a series of artworks by Hāmiora Bailey and Robyn Pryor representing each Matariki star. Read on to find out more about the works here, along with their accompanying affirmations in Te Reo Māori and English.

13 • 06 • 24Arts & CultureNewsPeople

Kua Tīrama! Our new Matariki exhibition is lit!

Kua Tīrama! is an artwork by Robyn Pryor (Ngāti Awa, Ngāi Tūhoe) and Hāmiora Bailey (Ngāti Huarere, Ngāti Porou Ki Harataunga) that ranges across Britomart’s Pavilion Panels on Galway Street and Te Ara Tahuhu, and through the Atrium on Takutai, featuring representations of each star in the Matariki cluster. Comprised of nine panels, each panel represents a star of Matariki, and corresponding affirmations for those who look towards them.

12 • 06 • 24Arts & CultureNews

Matariki at Britomart

Everyone is invited to these free events to celebrate the new year at Britomart. Come along with friends and whānau to enjoy an installation of beautiful artwork, a contemporary dance performance and some incredible student kapa haka. 

09 • 06 • 24Arts & Culture

Voices from Across The Pacific: Zech Soakai and Aigagalefili Fepulea’i-Tapua’i

Four young Pacific poets writing about how climate change is affecting the islands. 

The Hotel Britomart

The Hotel Britomart

Art at Britomart

Art at Britomart

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Car Parking

Britomart’s Car Park at 88 Quay Street, and provides easy access to everything the precinct offers.

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LyingbetweentheWaitemataHarbour
andAuckland'slowerCBD,Britomart
isa6.5-hectarewaterfrontprecinctof
heritagebuildings,newdevelopments,and
openandintimatepublicspaces.