Author: Jen Hinitt

An exhibition of John Miles Photography Aotearoa – Our Home, Our Life showcases a collection of photographs by local artist, John Miles. It includes his favourite scenic images - beautiful landscapes, towering mountains, serene lakes, blue skies, charming wildlife - nature at its best, in Aotearoa,...

Background In 2015, Rotorua Lakes Council and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency agreed to enter into a partnership to commission a large-scale artwork to become the centrepiece for upgrades to the intersection of State Highway 5 and 30, the roundabout at the southern entrance to Rotorua. According...

CALL FOR ARTISTS/DESIGNS    OUTDOOR ART TRAIL PIECES FOR WAIMANGU VOLCANIC VALLEY INTRODUCTION: Waimangu Volcanic Valley is an Iwi owned nature-based tourism business based 20 minutes south of Rotorua. Manuhiri (visitors) can experience it’s unique geothermal wonders, explore a regenerating post-eruption scenic reserve, and learn about the history,...

Enjoy a free guided tour by bike through some of Rotorua’s cycleways and explore the impressive art works located in central Rotorua, Government Gardens, Kuirau Park, Rotorua Lakefront and Sulphur Point. Starting from Te Manawa (corner of Hinemoa and Tūtānekai Streets) in the heart of Rotorua...

Poetry Bomb Rotorua is back in 2020 with an events lineup we're excited to share. Download our event calendar above for quick info - any sharing of our events posters we will be eternally grateful for - attachments galore below!! This year we've gone 100% local - local...

Image Above: Aronui 2019 - Artist Taumata Soloman with his mural of Aunty Bea Call for Artists/Designers/CreativesCALL FOR ARTISTS - ARONUI 2020 TE TOKI O TE ARAWA MURAL (WALL LOCATION TBC) INTRODUCTION: Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival is seeking proposals from Māori artists for creating a mural of a Te...

Three local artists showcase a selection of beautiful portraits in this exhibition at the Rotorua Lakes Council Galleria. About Face will be on display 9 July until 23 Sept 2020 and includes artworks by Cathy Ward, Toni Armstrong and Trish de Muth. These talented artists are taking...