What's on

There’s a lot on, and we love it. Sharing where we are and who we are with in our community is super important. Check-in here to see some of the events that we have coming up. Get involved and come along, see how Almighty is a part of it. You can also keep up-to-date through our event story highlight on IG for what's on week by week.

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July 21st 2024

AKL Trail & Walk Series: Waiuku Forest

At the mouth of the mighty Waikato River lies the Waiuku Forest, where you can find one of this year's Auckland trail series courses. Run, walk, or watch those competing!

Almighty has the privilege to sponsor this Macpac series for a second year in a row. Come say hi to the team and enjoy a refreshing can of Almighty Sparkling Water at the finish line.

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Feb - On Going

Studio Box - Sweat, Sip, Socialise.

We are excited to be hydrating Studio Box community but in a fun way.
Running every Friday night, 5:30pm-6:15pm class, a cold can of Almighty will be on offer post class. Encouraging you to get your sweat on, stay for a sip and enjoy some socialising.

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August 4th 2024

What's Up in Contemporary Art?

‘What’s up in contemporary art right now?’ – a crash course on the contemporary art scene in Aotearoa
organised especially for Young Members.

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August 9th- November 24th 2024

Te Mōteatea a Maumahara

This exhibition explores the idea of remembering through the lens of cultural identity and resilience.

The act of remembering is not just about recalling past moments from individual and collective histories it is also a form of resistance and revitalisation. The process of forgetting, whether active or subconscious, is for Māori a process shaped by complex and sometimes traumatic layers of colonisation and displacement.

Seen through the works of four artists, this exhibition highlights the power of memory to shed light on histories once forgotten.

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August 10th 2024

Young Members | Kōrero & Workshop with Julia Holderness

Julia Holderness is a scholar and artist with a fascination for visual archives and the modernist period. She explores these topics in an unconventional way: through the fabrication of modernist artist-designer Florence Weir.

Join us for an artist talk and watercolour workshop in the Gallery’s beautiful Members Lounge.

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