Whiti Hereaka, from Wellington, is the current writer in residence at the Michael King Writers' Centre. She holds the eight-week summer residency, which runs until mid-March.
Devonport’s Depot Artspace is currently hosting an exhibition by Grant Alexander and Peter Donovan.
A rising star of New Zealand fiction writing whose first novel had a big international impact has been awarded a six-month residency in Devonport's Michael King Centre in 2012.
The Depot is considering proposals for exhibitions, events & festivals at Depot Galleries for the second half of 2012.
I don’t know what kind of astronaut she would have made, but I’m glad Emma Thomsen decided to become an artist.
The latest Cultural Icons programmes released by The Depot are Philip Trusttum interviewed by Rodney Wilson and Greer Twiss interviewed by Rodney Wilson.
Auckland Art Week comes to Devonport
The Depot has announced the winner, runner up and highly commended writer of the 2011 Cultural Icons & The Vernacular Lounge Non-fiction Writing Competition.
The Passchendaele Society (all volunteers) will commemorate the 94th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele in Auckland with some screenings at The Vic next month.
Art By The Sea's first spring exhibition is starting soon; Sept 18 (preview Sept 17th).
The Naked and Famous are the latest Devonport band to rise to the top of the NZ music industry.
Devonport's Michael King Writers’ Centre is calling for applications from New Zealand writers for four supported residencies in 2012.
Acclaimed journalist, publisher, author and Devonport resident Dame Christine Cole Catley has died of lung cancer, aged 88.
The Depot's Satellite Gallery is featuring the work of NZ artist Claudia Pond-Eyley.
Gordon McLauchlan is interviewed for the latest episode of The Depot's Cultural Icons series.
The Depot has a packed and varied schedule for the months of September and October. Check this article for dates and times.
The next two weekends at Devonport's Depot are full of action - music performances, exhibition openings, a dance production, Barry Brickell's talk, a poetry fair and a clothing jumble fundraiser.
Coromandel potter Barry Brickell is staying at the moment as a visiting writer at the Michael King Centre on Devonport's Mt Victoria.
Four Christchurch writers whose lives and work have been disrupted by the recent earthquakes are being invited to take a break at the Michael King Writers’ Centre in Devonport.
As usual, The Devonport Depot has a full programme of events for July.