Life and work of Louise Henderson explored in new exhibition

Louise Henderson: From Life is the first major survey of work by French-born, New Zealand artist Louise Henderson (1902-1994) and...

2019 Pikihuia Awards winners announced

The winners of the Pikihuia Awards for short stories were announced on Saturday at Te Wharewaka o PÅneke. On a wet...

‘Bird Island Academy’ at SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s

SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s is celebrating the release of THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2 - in cinemas 12 September -...

Mural of Aunty Bea to be unveiled this Sunday

An intimate ceremony to unveil a large wall mural of the late Aunty Bea will be held this Sunday with...

Amazon series based on Lord of the Rings offers opportunities for NZ

The New Zealand Film Commission and partners from the sector, including Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) have worked...

Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival – Nau mai to the Maori Theatre Wananga

Local jokesters, artists and MÄori theatre enthusiasts are encouraged to get along to the Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival’s latest offering. The...

Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series an opportunity for Auckland – ATEED

Being selected as the main production base for Amazon Studios’ television project based on The Lord of the Rings -...

Waitomo’s first zero carbon glowworm cave tour operator

Waitomo cave tour operator Glowing Adventures has just achieved Climate Positive Business Operations certification for the 2018 Calendar Year with...

Entrepreneur opens sculpture park for UCSA fundraiser

A University of Canterbury Student Association (UCSA) fundraiser on 22 November offers the chance to visit the private sculpture park...

Whanganui students making art for Lights On Bikes

Whanganui City College student Cyprezz Manukau-Atkins creating his artwork with classmates The creation of artwork for display along the Lights On...

My Restaurant Rules premieres Monday 30th September

The heat is about to be turned up in TVNZ 2’s new reality series My Restaurant Rules! This brand-new format will...

Ancestry and identity inspire art exhibition, Whanonga Pono

Whakapapa and identity are the inspiration behind the Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival’s latest offering, Whanonga Pono - a vibrant, colourful...

Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival – Toi Āmai: Papa

From critically acclaimed and innovative theatre practitioners, Juanita Hepi, Scotty Cotter, Erina Daniels and Tola Newbery comes a surrealist performing...

Dancing in the street, on the beach, in refugee camps

A feature-length documentary film produced by Associate Professor Nicholas Rowe of the Dance Studies programme, Dancing7Cities, reclaims our right to...

Biennale Arte 2021: New Zealand’s artist and curator announced

Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia. The Arts Council of New...

Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival – Super HUGH-Man coming to Rotorua

Fresh from top reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Rutene Spooner is back in New Zealand and bringing his heroic...

Exhibition to showcase artwork from Tongariro Prison

A new exhibition at TaupÅ Museum showcases the artwork created by prisoners of Tongariro Prison. The "From the Inside - Mai...

EVENT Cinemas announced as Queensgate cinema operator

Queensgate Shopping Centre today announced EVENT Cinemas as the operator of its new cinema complex, which will feature Wellington’s first-ever...

Smirnoff pure helps Kiwis discover unique sounds of their local area

The music we love is made up of many influences, including where we live. Tastes and styles shift within communities,...

‘Guardianship at the heart of new exhibition’

The close connection between people and nature is the subject of a new solo exhibition on now at PÄtaka Art...

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