Te Tīmatanga

Te Tīmatanga

Presented by Auckland Pride

Free entry

Where & When

1st - 26th February at the Albert Park Caretakers' Cottage 

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  • Community

    Performance

    Visual Art

    Talk/Workshop

  • Show Type

    Major Event

Presented by Auckland Pride

Free entry

Where & When

1st - 26th February at the Albert Park Caretakers' Cottage 

Full Schedule

Te Tīmatanga is Auckland Pride’s Takatāpui offering within the Festival. 


This year, in its second iteration, Te Tīmatanga sits humbly in the Albert Park Caretakers Cottage - a Whare Toi empowered by Public Programming. 


A site of significance in our Takatāpui history, we are so excited to occupy the Caretakers Cottage again and look forward to the opportunities of community cohabitation, capacity building, reflection & joy that will come out of this Pride season.


A kaupapa of gratitude and exploration  - where Takatāpui, Tangata Ira Rere, Tangata Ira Whiti, Tangata Ira Tangata and Tangata Whenua may come together in hāporitanga to share in their truths, joy & abundance. 


Opening at The Albert Park Caretakers Cottage & Toi O Tāmaki on Wednesday 1st of February, Te Tīmatanga  runs all month long as a community hub.

Keep an eye out and register for upcoming in-person events, activations, & workshops. 


Like last year, Te Tīmatanga will deliver digital offerings online - with a video series being launched in partnership with Cuetone Media.


In partnership with The Burnett Foundation, a continuation of our Te Whe Podcast will be released with a specific focus on Public Health in response to the Monkeypox outbreak.


Te Tīmatanga is excited to unearth again our Huarahi Toi (Public Art Display) in partnership with Britomart & The Viaduct, with artist talks & events taking place at both precincts this year.


Placemaking in honour of the initial Gay Liberations Protests held in Albert Park & grounding in our context as Takatāpui Tauira reflecting on the history of The Bog Waters, Queens Wharf & the Dock  - Te Tīmatanga holds itself as a series of arrivals, and never a final destination.


Te Tīmatanga is a continued opportunity for Auckland Pride to learn. This Rangatahi led public art & digital festival, looks to celebrate the legacy, resilience, talents and nuanced lived experiences of Aotearoa’s Kāhui Takatāpui.

 

Mana Māori, Mana Takatāpui.

Tīhei, Mauri Ora!

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