Welcome to Festival Zone for November 2023.
Our Festival is delighted to announce our theme for 2024 Festival.
Vision - Photography Connecting Communities and People
2024 Festival theme is ‘Believe’ [whakapono].
Get planning and join us for the 21st edition of the Festival. The Festival has been curating an annual suite of themed exhibitions, events and talks since 2014.
We are open to programming any project created through the medium of photography and encourage active participation from a broad spectrum of artistic talent and practice including established career professionals, image inspired amateurs and emerging/young photographers.
Auckland Festival of Photography is NZ's premium international photographic festival, providing a diverse and inclusive platform, for the exchange of ideas, artistic expression, and engagement with photography and visual culture.
Believe [whakapono] - Festival 2024
The Old Oak - double pass
BAFTA-winning British director Ken Loach has reunited with BAFTA-winning writer Paul Laverty for the Palme d'Or-nominated drama The Old Oak, in Aotearoa cinemas from 30 November. Auckland Festival of Photography has 5 x double passes to giveaway for THE OLD OAK. The main character is an avid photographer and the two key characters build a sweet friendship and trust over fixing her broken camera.
View The Old Oak trailer.
For your chance to win tickets, please email your name and address to email@example.com with the email subject line “The Old Oak giveaway” before 5pm on Monday, 20 November. Good luck!
Greta Anderson's work from her career since 1997 to last year's Festival exhibition at Two Rooms, "The Transcenders" are included in her new book 'There is Nowhere to Go, There is Nothing to Do. Her new exhibition and book launch opens on Saturday 18th November at Te Uru Contemporary Art Gallery, Waitakere at 2pm to 4pm. Hear Greta talking to RNZ about the new book.
Greta Anderson; After Jane Walker 2021
Asia Pacific Photoforum
The world-renowned Head On Photo Festival is on now to 3 December 2023 with a jam-packed program at spectacular locations, including Bondi Beach, Bondi Pavilion, Paddington Reservoir Gardens, and TAFE NSW Ultimo. A great opportunity to see incredible exhibitions by Australian and international artists for free, hear live panel discussions, artist talks and more!
Head On Photo Festival is presented by 'Head On Foundation', a Sydney-based not-for-profit organisation.
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