‘Pacific creatives ReConnect with Latin America’

In a new era of social distancing and limited travel, the Latin America Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (LatAm CAPE) has...

‘NZSO revamps concerts to ensure safe social distancing between players’

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra has revamped performances in Wellington and Auckland this month to ensure safe social distancing between...

Creating bubbles – Honest Liars Improv

"If you want your children to listen, try talking softly to someone else." - Ann Landers Hello Last Sunday saw another great...

EAST 2020 artists announced

Hawke’s Bay’s biennial flagship exhibition EAST 2020 will this year be presenting some of the region’s most exciting and diverse...

Major milestone imminent: Te Ahi Tupua installation – Council

The final milestones for Te Ahi Tupua (aka ‘Hemo sculpture’) are just around the corner with plans being finalised to...

APO announces artist changes for upcoming performance

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) has announced artist and repertoire changes to its upcoming performance on Thursday 24 September at Auckland...

Five events to receive support through the Kapiti Major Events Fund – Council

The KÄpiti Coast District Council has awarded $190,000 to five events which showcase a distinctly KÄpiti flavour and bring economic...

‘Say goodbye to 2020 with The Black Seeds’

Christchurch will bid farewell to 2020 with a free music concert in North Hagley Park headlined by Kiwi music legends,...

Modern version of Rona and the Moon myth publishes for Te Wiki o te Reo...

An imaginative bilingual retelling of the Rona and the Moon myth hits the bookstores of Aotearoa this week for Te...

NZ Filmmakers launch first ever ‘Pick a Path’ series on Instagram

Emerging New Zealand actors and filmmakers Jordan Rivers (Wellington) and Sarah Dawes (Auckland) collaborate to create a first of its...

Digital art gallery created in the foyer of Wellington Railway Station

The Urban Art Foundation in association with Sharp New Zealand has opened a new three-screen digital art gallery in the...

NASDA’s new performance of ‘The Book Of Everything’ opening July 01

NASDA’s latest play finds hope in adversity Growing up in post-war Amsterdam, Thomas develops a colourful imagination to escape within his...

NZSO to play and livestream two special concerts in July

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is to stage two special Beethoven and Bach concerts in Wellington next month and livestream...

No8 Wire Week celebrates resilience and communities with series of events

No8 Wire Week 2020 is packed full of events to encourage community resilience, DIY resourcefulness and environmental responsibility through fun,...

A Matariki to remember in Porirua this year – Council

This year’s Matariki celebrations in Porirua are the perfect chance to gather and reconnect after challenging times. Matariki, also known as...

New Ramp Podcast series connects creatives in extraordinary times – Wintec

Wintec School of Media Arts’ highly anticipated Ramp Festival is thrilled to announce a new Podcast series, Ramp Connects. The series...

Screen Sector Recovery Package announced – NZ Film Commission

The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) welcomes the Screen Sector Recovery Package announced today by Minister for Arts, Culture and...

Brainstorming Rides Day – Warbirds over Wanaka

Two warbird aircraft owners are determined to do their bit to ensure the southern hemisphere's largest warbird Airshow returns to...

Huge shifts in the ways children access media – NZ On Air and BSA

New Zealand’s children are increasingly consuming stories, songs and games on international media and platforms, missing out on local content...

Protecting children from harmful content – BSA

A new study has underlined the importance of safeguards to protect children from harmful content on television and the internet. Nearly...

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