Heritage Funding Seminar

The information below is from Auckland Council’s Spring Te Kahu heritage newsletter: A heritage funding seminar (co-presented by Auckland Council’s Heritage Unit, Heritage New Zealand and Foundation North) will be held on Thursday 14 November from 5-6pm at the Ellen Melville Centre (Betty Wark Room), High St, City Centre. Anyone...

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Auckland Heritage Festival 2019

From 5 October to 28 October Discover the generations of Aucklanders who have journeyed here by sea, air or land to create the city we share together. From Auckland’s most ancient trees to the games children played on board the earliest ships arriving here, to recognition of the courage and...

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Heritage Photo Competition: Auckland Heritage Festival 2019

Civic Trust Auckland invites students of school age to photograph heritage items or activities related to this year’s Auckland Heritage Festival theme: “Journeys – the stories of how our people travelled to Tāmaki Makaurau by sea, by air or by land, to create a shared future together.” The competition opens...

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Heritage photo competition – Auckland Heritage Festival 2019

Civic Trust Auckland invites students of school age to photograph heritage items or activities related to this year’s Auckland Heritage Festival theme: “Journeys – the stories of how our people travelled to Tāmaki Makaurau by sea, by air or by land, to create a shared future together.” The competition opens...

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Bishop’s Palace Tour, St Mary’s Bay: Saturday 10 August.

In the  Heritage Festival, tours of the Bishop’s Palace in St Mary’s Bay are regularly sold out. The Catholic Diocesan Centre has kindly made a tour available for Civic Trust members and friends on Saturday 10 August, from 11.00am to 12.30pm. Following the tour, you are invited to walk a...

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Devonport Heritage Evening – speaker Julie Stout

Devonport Heritage 2017 invites you to:  Celebrate Our Heritage Night – 9 May, 7.30pm at the Devonport Yacht Club Hear Julie Stout, local architect, urbanist and activist, on – Our Waterfront – What Now? This is especially timely considering Auckland Council’s decision to grant consent for berthage of mega cruise...

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Art of Remembrance with Kristin Darragh

Free Event: The Art of  Remembrance, with Kristin Darragh and the Off-Broadway Big Band. In the grounds of St David’s Memorial Church,  Hosted by The Art of Remembrance and Friends of St David’s Trust. Free Hospitality from 6-7pm, Main Event from 7-8pm.  

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Special Anniversary Heritage Tour of the former 1YA Building

The Gus Fisher Gallery was originally the premises of New Zealand’s first ever television broadcast in 1960. Join us on the anniversary of this broadcast for a special tour of the building’s heritage. This is a free event – see the Gus Fisher Gallery website here: Nestled in the heart...

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Archaeology Week Event: “Daring” shipwreck rescue

Archaeology Week (27 April – 5 May) is organised by the New Zealand Archaeological Association, with the objective of increasing public awareness of archaeology and protecting our archaeological heritage.   Around the country a variety of events are being hosted by consultant archaeologists, museums, heritage organisations and iwi.  These include public...

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Presentation: Corporate Funding of Heritage Conservation

You are invited to attend a presentation, “Corporate Funding of Heritage Conservation,” by Kok Hong Wan, a Master of Urban Planning (Prof) and Heritage Conservation student, as notified in the February newsletter (https://civictrustauckland.org.nz/newsletters/). This 20-minute presentation will be from 4:45pm and will be followed by the Board’s monthly meeting. Any...

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