Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Arts


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The Māngere Ōtāhuhu Arts Noticeboard and monthly E-Newsletter is a place for creative artists, groups and organisations in the local area to share, seek, promote, and post a "call-out" to the local community.

The E-Newsletter goes out every month and focuses on news and events happening within that month. E-Newsletter submissions are required by the last day of each month to be included in the following months newsletter. Noticeboard submissions can be received at anytime and will be published online within 1-2 days. 

You can submit your notice for either the Noticeboard, or the monthly E-Newsletter or both. We'll also endeavour to share your notice on the Māngere Ōtāhuhu Arts Facebook page if you like. Simply fill in the notice submission form here. Or email renee@mangereotahuhuarts.org.nz with your notice: title, jpeg image and text.  

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Check out our current notices below.

South Auckland Poets' Collective: The First 10 Years

The exhibition, South Auckland Poets' Collective: The First 10 Years, features unique insights into this compelling literary and performance movement and the 35 poets who have come through SAPC over the past decade. Experience an eclectic array of stories, experiences and personal truths through the collected works displayed alongside ephemera, interviews and recordings.

The group officially formed in 2008 and works by co-founders Grace Taylor, Ramon Narayan, and Daren Kamali feature in the gallery spaces, alongside a suite of work by 32 other poets.

The collective uses spoken word, written and slam poetry as tools for positive social change. Within this collective are national and international poetry slam finalists, award-winning published poets, performers, and champions.

Exhibition continues until Saturday 6 April.

Curated by Daren Kamali with Sharon Smith from the Heritage Team at Auckland Libraries in association with Action Education.

Featuring works by
Grace Taylor, Ramon Narayan, Daren Kamali, Marina Alefosio, Ken Arkind, Te Karere Scarborough, Jai McDonald, Luti Richards, Andrew Harding, Onehou Strickland, Solomon Brown, Pisi Fa 'aauro, Mafi Tufunga, Ria Masae, Monica Cheung-Fuk, Norman Tiumalu, Sacha Renée Norrie, Elina Ahau Kaukaupolata Luani, Lastman So'oula, Ryan Teura, Maryanne Pale, Rewa Worley, Sheldon Rua, Ashleigh Fata, Victor Kalolo, Laurent Dunningham, Tarah Ross, Mohamed Hassan, Clara J Sione, Esther Grace, Raneem Caco, Roimata Prendergast, Dietrich Soakai, Alyena Martinez, Stevie Sikuea.

23 March – 6 April
Open during Māngere Arts Centre Ngā Tohu o Uenuku opening hours

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Renee Tanner