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Celebrate the music of our nation with Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa, the first-ever major exhibition of New Zealand music. A home-grown, hands-on, ears-on exhibition, Volume explores the soundtracks of our lives through vibrant and interactive displays.
Celebrating the people and places of this diverse community, Taku Tāmaki – Auckland Stories South is the first Auckland Museum exhibition to be held in South Auckland.
Come and experience this incredible cinematic spectacle as a full-scale Antarctic iceberg is projected onto the walls of the Museum and set to the true-to-life soundtrack of ice cracking and water flowing.
Celebrate local music-makers, young and old, in conjunction with Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa at Auckland Museum, the largest-ever exhibition about New Zealand music.
Join us at BioBlitz, an opportunity to become a citizen scientist over 24 hours.
This exhibition explores Tāonga Pūoro and the music of Hirini Melbourne, an artist who has been key to the revival of traditional Māori music.
Head to Te Oro Community Centre to experience the best ethnic and contemporary drumming in Auckland.
February will feature the unique sounds of kiwi duo Alae, the velvet voice of singer-songwriter Seth Haapu and critically acclaimed singer Iva Lamkum.
What happens in Antarctica has a significant impact on the entire planet. We know about climate change, but what are we doing about it?
March will feature the Latin swings and pop ties of Rubita’s modern-day take on jazz, the sounds of dynamic live performer Helen Corry and epic South Auckland artists Vallkyrie.