NZ ratepayers own half a billion dollars of art - but 93 per cent of it isn't on display.
Auckland Zoo's carnivore carers Helen Watson and Ellie Stringer have joined a water ballet troupe.
Otira artist John Burns turned to painting after losing his job at a cement works.
Man who sold Italian Old Master's 16th century painting for $1.17m at auction uncontactable as it's declared a forgery.
Australian Bron Batten is bringing her award winning live dating show to Auckland.
OPINION: There's no need for panic, but the sector does seem to have lost steam.
Sotheby's is auctioning a 400-year-old painting that's missing a couple of rather important features.
Centrepoint Theatre brings in some young blood.
Two artists explore two different New Zealand backgrounds in a new exhibition.
Tagging of ASB Theatre shows need for dedicated street art areas, advocates say.
Festival celebrating water has started its first workshop.
The Halo Project is a collaborative installation celebrating the beauty and sounds of our country's native birds.
Wellington venues too big and expensive to retain the best performers, insiders' report shows.
A historic piece of New Zealand art is up for grabs on Trade Me.
Beautiful Democracy explores the art and activism around a pro-democracy movement in New Zealand.
After designing album art for British band The Prodigy Auckland designer Nick McFarlane has written a book exploring creative processes.
The rat race wasn't for Denise Fort, she gave up European living to spend her days doodling in Raglan.
Will the silver top hat get the boot for a golden hashtag?
Manawatu ballet examiner loves extending her knowledge and talent back home.
Create a newspaper fashion item or launch a paper plane at this year's Festival of the Elements.
Deep, under 12,000 cubic metres of rock, grass and trees, is a beach made from 1.1 million plastic balls.
Change is afoot at Te Papa, with a long-term exhibition set for closure.
Dancer Gaylene Sciascia recognised for her years promoting performing arts in Porirua.
An innovative fundraiser for Wanaka's arts festival is already attracting strong support.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival shows coming down under for Wanaka's arts festival.
One MP prefers the paintbrush to the golf course to work out stress from their political life.
Actor Michele Amas was known for the many parts she played on stage and screen but it was her role as mother that she regarded as her most significant.
The idea came to him in a flash on a Kapiti clifftop. The realisation of one million pictures is going to be harder.
Ballet geek and arts reporter Carly Thomas takes on a hip hop class.
These famous Kiwis are throwing caution to the wind in 2017.