Auckland Art Gallery
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is New Zealand's premier art gallery. The Gallery leads the Auckland Triennial and was a founding partner in the event. It is proud to foster art practice through the commissioning of new artists' projects, and to present contemporary art in a national and international context. The multi award-winning Gallery building is also home to collections of historical, modern and contemporary New Zealand and international art.
Artspace is the leading non-collecting, non-commercial organisation for contemporary art in New Zealand Aotearoa. Artspace is dedicated to commissioning and presenting new ideas in art and
culture, as well as fostering critical debate and generating intellectual feedback. Artspace develops and nurtures artistic research at a national and international level through the production of an innovative programme of exhibitions and events, and risk-taking practices.
The Film Archive
The Film Archive is the home of New Zealand’s moving image history with over 150,000 titles spanning feature films, documentaries, short films, home movies, newsreels, TV programmes and advertisements. The Auckland Office hosts a media library with viewing and research facilities, and a frequently changing exhibition space showing contemporary New Zealand moving image artists and film makers. The Film Archive Auckland is delighted to be a venue for the 5th Auckland Triennial,
Monday – Friday 11am – 5pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm
11am, 1pm and 3pm weekdays
11am, 1pm Saturdays
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Auckland Museum tells the stories of New Zealand, its place in the Pacific and its people. Housed in one of New Zealand’s most stunning neoclassical buildings, the museum’s collections span Pacific and Maori taonga, natural history and the formative stories of our involvement in all the major conflicts of the 20th Century.
Fresh Gallery Otara
Fresh Gallery Otara opened in May 2006 as a partnership between Manukau City Council (now Auckland Council) and the Otara community. A unique space for contemporary Pacific Art, the gallery has featured experimental art projects and collaborations with national and international artists alongside community-focused exhibitions and development. Fresh Gallery Otara offers a space to promote artists and exhibitions that relate to the context of its location and the community.
George Fraser Gallery
Regular shows of new work attest to the high standing of both the gallery and Elam School of Fine Arts in New Zealand’s art community. Set in the grounds of Albert Park in Auckland city, the gallery attracts many visitors who are interested in the broad curatorial programme featuring work from international artists, postgraduate students and associates of Elam. The Elam George Fraser Gallery is a place for experimentation and discussion and is often the space where the work of emerging artists is first exhibited.
Gus Fisher Gallery
The University of Auckland's Gus Fisher Gallery is situated in the historic Kenneth Myers Centre. Once home to 1YA, Auckland's oldest radio station, this building was the centre of the nation's television broadcasting until 1985. Built in 1934, the building was refurbished with the generous support of patrons, including businessman Douglas Myers and fashion designer Gus Fisher, and reopened in 2001 in time to be a participating venue for the first Auckland Triennial.
ST PAUL st
ST PAUL St is a suite of purpose built galleries and project spaces run by the School of Art and Design, AUT University. The programme of exhibitions, screenings, performances and events profiles both emerging and established artists and designers from New Zealand and internationally. Established in 2004, ST PAUL St Gallery has developed into one of the leading contemporary art and design galleries in New Zealand.
The Silos that give Silo Park its name were giant containers used for holding cement. Golden Bay Cement occupied what is now known as Silo 6 (the six closely grouped smaller Silos) while Silo 7 was just one of the Silos that made up the tank farm that was responsible for holding substantial amounts of the cement that built our fair city. Silo Park is now a free public space that can be enjoyed by both young and old.
Lecture theatre WG403
University of Auckland
20 Symonds street, Auckland
The University of Auckland Engineering Lecture Theatre, 439