Help us continue to provide opportunities to artists across NZ, and our world-class exhibitions and public programmes to the community.
At Corban Estate Arts Centre, we nurture and support the local community through art and creativity, while being the custodians of one of Tāmaki Makaurau’s important historical legacies.
Home to over twenty artists' studios and arts organisations including Atamira Dancy Company, Mind Over Manner, Pacifica Arts Centre, Red Leap Theatre, Te Pou Theatre, Uhi Tapu Studio, Waitākere Arts and Whaotapu o Tāmaki Makaurau, Corban Estate Arts Centre also boasts the world-class Homestead Galleries and Gallery Shop, a renowned public arts programme; our highly regarded Arts Education for schools and teacher’s professional development; the Kākano Youth Arts Collective providing arts programmes marginalised youth; a collection of unique venues for hire; and an exceptional on-site cafe.
We are open Mon-Sat from 10am-4pm and everyone is welcome here.
Corban Estate Arts Centre is an arts precinct in the heart of West Auckland, based on the historic grounds of the late Corban Estate Winery.
Established in 2002, Corban Estate Arts Centre is recognised as one of Aotearoa’s largest thriving Arts Centres, nurturing and supporting the local community through art and creativity, while being the custodians of one of Tāmaki Makaurau’s important historical legacies.
Corban Estate Arts Centre is governed by the Waitakere Arts And Cultural Development Trust, a registered charity established with the purpose of providing an arts and cultural hub to initiate, develop, support & implement projects for the advancement of arts.
The Corban Estate property is owned by Auckland Council. Corban Estate Arts Centre is the main leaseholder responsible for achieving key local board and community objectives under this lease agreement. To sustain our operational needs in order meet these objectives, Corban Estate Arts Centre is perpetually in need of funding to support our infrastructure so that we can continue to provide our services to the community.
Thank you so much Julia and Bobbie. We are so grateful for your support!
Ngā mihi Grace! We think so too!