March 16

A large-scale sculpture by artist Yona Lee that explores the structure and pulse...
In Transit (Arrival)
11 - 26 March Te Tuhi Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Yona Lee’s large-scale sculpture made of stainless steel tubing, explores the structure and pulse of civilisation. shortlist
This dynamic installation by three artists involved in eco-activism celebrates o...
The Halo Project
8 - 26 March The Playspace An installation that celebrates our native birdlife through visual art and sound and that acknowledges the many positive impacts of New Zealand’s restored habitats and sanctuaries. shortlist
A multi-sensory installation
Between the Dog and the Wolf
14 - 18 March Basement Theatre Explore the relationship between the world as it is and the world as we perceive it in this intimate visual and aural experience by Julieanne Eason. shortlist
This entrancing installation engages all senses
The Exquisite Wound
10 - 26 March Silo 6, Wynyard Quarter Granted the 2016 award for art and science collaboration, Rebecca Swan’s installation uses photographs, video, original music and interactive projections to raise questions about existence. shortlist
Vanished Delft is an exhibition of contemporary objectmaking in rooms once home ...
Vanished Delft
14 - 26 March Pah Homestead An exhibition of contemporary domestic objects displayed on the mantelpieces in the Ballroom and Drawing Room of the late 19th-Century Italianate mansion, Pah Homestead. shortlist
Bringing together painting, moving image, sculpture, printmaking and mixed media
The Everyday Creative
9 - 24 March Toi Ora Gallery Wellbeing through creativity is the inspiration for the Toi Ora Artists’ Collective exhibition, bringing together painting, moving image, sculpture, printmaking and mixed media. shortlist
Still, Like Air, I'll Rise
8 - 25 March ST PAUL St Gallery, AUT University This group exhibition which takes its title from Maya Angelou’s poem of resistance, revisits New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana’s Wog Features 26 years on. shortlist
Two German migrants 'go native' in and around Apia to question Samoan nationalis...
Der Papālagi (The White Man)
8 - 25 March ST PAUL St Gallery, AUT University Two German migrants who have lived in Sāmoa for over 24 years appear in indigenous Sāmoan regalia in this photographic series by Yuki Kihara. shortlist