A last ditch proposal to halt the sale of land underneath Hamilton's Riverlea Theatre has been abandoned.
Palmerston North writer Johanna Aitchison has penned her third book of poems.
New tenants have signed up for a music centre under construction in central Christchurch.
Chris Knox will be exhibiting his artwork for the first time since stroke at Auckland's The Experiment arts festival
The career of photographer Fiona Pardington is the subject of a major show this month.
Why is a rare blind cave beetle from Slovenia featured on wallpaper on show at Wellington's City Gallery?
The Royal New Zealand Ballet has commissioned choreographer Liam Scarlett to create A Midsummer Night's Dream ballet.
An artist is expressing her political views through alternative flag designs.
Trail no democracy as art and crafters revolt.
A Grey Lynn art school allows creatives to study without having to compromise on work or family.
There are plenty of strings attached for one Wellington barista's fringe passion project.
THE 'Celebrate 75' Civic Theatre anniversary concert has been blasted as a "comedy of errors" by co-host Lizzie Marvelly.
Solothello is a new take on a classic. Filled with te reo and Maori masks, it brings Shakespeare into a new light.
City councillors will be asked to approve a conditional sale and purchase agreement for land underneath Riverlea Theatre.
New Plymouth's Len Lye Centre is already becoming one of, if not, the most photographed buildings in the city.
Palmerston North artist Kirsty Porter will be the artist in residence for August at the White Room Gallery.
CLiK is a trio of top New Zealand chamber musicians and they are coming to Palmerston North.
In February a T-shirt on display at Canterbury Museum shocked not only Christchurch but the band behind it.
New Plymouth's much-anticipated art museum opened at the weekend and proved to be a hit.
The Sunday Star-Times' weekly arts and entertainment news wrap
Welcome to our live coverage of the opening of the multi million-dollar Len Lye Centre.
New Plymouth's super-shiny Len Lye Centre almost lost its sheen thanks to grubby handprints.
The much-anticipated, multi-million dollar Len Lye Centre is officially complete and will open its doors to the public on Saturday.
Vistavision gave way to television as the decline of Wellington's great cinema age began in the 1960s.
Timaru has its own version of the iconic Simpson and his Donkey war painting which sold at auction for $420,000 earlier this week in Auckland.
Wellingtonians could be forgiven for thinking they had stumbled into a 1970s time warp.
National Geographic's exhibition of its 50 most famous photos is coming to Te Manawa.
Te Manawa's new exhibiting artist Tim Croucher was inspired by his early years in Manawatu.
NZ Opera's production of Madama Butterfly will premiere at the restored Isaac Theatre Royal on Thursday.
Iconic World War I painting Simpson and his Donkey sells at auction for $420,000.