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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8th - 26th May

For The People

‘For The People’ exhibition is an exploration of connection, identity, and heritage through portraits, celebrating diversity and self-expression.

The exhibition will be open to the public from 08 May 2024-26 May 2024.

The opening event will be held at the Nancy Caiger Gallery, The Meteor, Hamilton, NZ.

Saturday 11th May, 2024, at 2pm - formal attire (free entry).

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"PUHON," (n) bisaya: 
A promise, a hope for the future. A dream for what lies ahead. 

PUHON is a digital art collection by Filipino-Kiwi artist Val Cabadonga, that celebrates the vibrant flavours, aromas, and rituals that shape Filipino identity. Val invites us to "tapok," or gather around his digital feast and immerse ourselves in the rich tapestry of Filipino life centred on food and family.

With over fourteen years of experience, Val is an award-winning artist specialising in digital art, design, and editorial photography. "Puhon" marks his first major exhibition. Each piece is a heartfelt tribute to his heritage and the culinary traditions that are central to his culture.


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15th March – May 19th

Objectspace Autumn Season of Exhibitions

You’re warmly invited to join Objectspace in celebrating four new exhibitions:

  • I was moving too fast to see: Esther Stewart
  • Ngā tirohanga whānui a Parehuia: Neke Moa
  • Kaatahi me inaianei / Now and then: Alan Preston
  • Common Element: Workshop6, the 2024 Courtyard Plinth Commission


Tuck into some famous Objectspace hospitality (including Almighty!) at the opening of these shows from 6pm on Friday 15th March. They’ll stay open to visit until May 19th. Find out more about the exhibitions here, and keep an eye on upcoming events here.

Opening: 6pm, Friday 15th March

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3rd May

‘Shiny Things’

SHINY THINGS plays with the precarious threshold of what makes something worth remembering. 

Through the coupling of nineties era camera tech, with an absurdist, child-like curiosity, Dunlop synthetically imbues a sense of nostalgia in the present moment. 

The work — stream of consciousness driven — remains unbounded in its definition of what appeals, serving as a love letter to the very human desire to capture
shiny things. 

‘Shiny Things’——Blake Dunlop

Opening night Friday 4pm—03.05.24

Crystal Cylinder, New Plymouth.

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13th April - 28th July

Te Ao Hurihuri

For Te Ao Hurinui, which references the idea of an ever-changing world, Wairau Māori Art Gallery has partnered with Whangārei Art Museum to utilise their significant collection. Through a selection of key works this exhibition references a transformative period in Aotearoa's art history and these visionaries of the modern Māori art movement who disrupted the creative scene and forged a pathway for the contemporary Māori art we know today.

More here.

Wairau Māori Art Gallery & Hundertwasser Art Centre, 2 Quayside, Whangārei 0110

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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.

More here.

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