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in the centre
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Auckland

10 • 05 • 22Arts & CultureNews

The Art of Tivaevae comes to Britomart

A new exhibition on Britomart's Te Ara Tahuhu is a collaboration with Auckland Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira that celebrates the art of tivaevae. 

09 • 05 • 22Arts & CulturePeople

Sione Faletau is making patterns from sound

Sione Faletau's new artwork makes visual patterns from sound recordings, and is taking over the Atrium on Takutai for the City of Colour festival.  

06 • 05 • 22Arts & Culture

We’re brightening up Britomart for the City of Colour Festival

Two new exhibitions welcome people back to the central city for the City of Colour Festival

26 • 04 • 22Business at Britomart

City Futures: Chlöe Swarbrick

Auckland Central MP Chlöe Swarbrick says creativity and equality of opportunity are the keys to unlocking the city centre’s potential.

11 • 04 • 22Arts & CultureNewsSustainabilityThe Interview

Miriama Grace Smith

Miriama Grace Smith (Ngāti Hau, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Toarangatira and Ngāti Porou) comes from a family of artists – her mother, Briar Grace Smith is a filmmaker, and her grandmother, Patricia Grace, is one of New Zealand’s most cherished authors and poets. We spoke to the Wellington-based artist about her work, including the illustrations she created for Britomart’s Greening the City project, which can be seen in the Atrium, the Pavilions and on the construction hoardings along Customs St East.

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