Auckland

The Auckland arts scene is busy, particularly in the area of visual arts, with some 60 dealer galleries operating. Theater is on the rise and more touring exhibitions and performing companies are coming through the city than ever before. The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs regularly, including at the summer series of free concerts in the park at the Domain, when thousands of music lovers sit with picnics under the stars. The Vector Arena by the harbor attracts plenty of rock acts, too.

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  • 1. Fresh Gallery Otara

    Otara | Arts Centers

    This gallery, funded by Auckland Council, is a little off the beaten art track in the Otara Town Centre (in one of Auckland's poor and ethnically...Read More

  • 2. Artspace

    Arts Centers

    This independent contemporary gallery shows both international artists and the best of local artists. There are also talks and seminars from...Read More

  • 3. Civic Theatre

    City Center | Music

    This theater hosts many performances by international touring companies and artists. For general inquiries about all three venues, check with...Read More

  • 4. Masterworks

    City Center | Arts Centers

    This gallery exhibits and sells contemporary New Zealand art, glass, ceramics, and jewelry and is the place to go if you are looking for something...Read More

  • 5. West Coast Gallery Piha

    Piha | Arts Centers

    It's well worth driving the winding road to this West Coast beach to see work by some 200 artists living in the region: paintings, ceramics...Read More

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