This year’s Wonderful Waiheke House Tour has raised $20,000 for the community art gallery, with 275 people on a warm, sunny day inspecting seven very different houses. The houses were not only individually distinctive but their geographic spread from Church...
The island will be positively heaving with creativity this weekend with the opening of the Small Sculpture Prize and dual exhibitions at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, all taking place amidst the Waiheke Jazz, Art, and Music Festival. Exhibiting in...
The new concept Waiheke Jazz and Art Festival was a resounding success, with good weather over Easter helping to attract crowds from around New Zealand and a few from overseas. • Graham Hooper Full story in this weeks Gulf News......
Community consultation on the future of the Artworks Precinct is taking shape with the launch of an online survey this week. The survey is one of the first steps of the Shape Artworks project that is seeking community feedback on...

A new exhibition by Peter Rees opens  at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery next Friday night, exploring his perpetual fascination with horizons in photography, paint, and digital form.  “In 40 years of picture-making, this single concept has always been a...
Shakespeare. Think about it for a second. Think of a couple of words describing the Englishman’s work. I bet you it will not describe the No Holds Bard play at Artworks last Friday. It was anything but classical. It was...

To create has always been Joanne Broederlow’s means to express and, as a textile designer, maker and teacher, she focuses on slow fashion and natural dyes with her business Inside Jo B. The former Waihekean works predominantly with natural materials...
Waiheke-raised teens Oliver Wilson, 19, and Kauri Palmer, 17, are dancing it up for the world stage in Phoenix, Arizona, after winning the Hip Hop International New Zealand nationals with their crew YUNG ID in April. Living most of his...
Packed ferries and the hottest days of summer can mean only one thing - headland Sculpture on the Gulf is back. Anniversary Weekend saw 8000 people walk the headland trail at Matiatia and the festival still has three weekends...

  More than 200 art and culture enthusiasts attended the Waiheke Community Art Gallery’s Waitangi-themed exhibition opening last Friday night, with the queue for the powhiri extending around the block. The presence of legendary Maori artist and activist Emily Karaka...