Auckland Libraries: View Finder

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision View Finder

Mata Kimihanga

Ongoing 12am to 12am Free

A 24/7 audio-visual exhibition at the Auckland Central City Library

Viewfinder exhibition showing framed image of meeting house in window of Central library

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision is an independent charitable trust which holds a diverse collection of more than 750,000 items, dating back to 1895 and spanning Aotearoa’s sound and moving image history. 

View Finder is their moving image presentation installed in the Auckland Central Library window on Lorne Street. It runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, screening curated selections from New Zealand’s moving image and sound archive.


Currently showing: A Friend in Sight

Wellingtonian Julia Mosen has been blind since birth but with the help of Kerry, her Seeing Eye dog, she is able to independently and safely manage ordinary tasks. Journalist and documentary maker, Norman Zafra, captured the special relationship between the two, in this film which follows them as they travel and negotiate the public spaces of Wellington.

Viewfinder exhibition showing framed image of meeting house in window of Central library

Exhibitions

Other events at Central City Library