Susan Bloch-Jorgensen dropped school to learn a trade - pottery.
Flagons and Foxtrots will bring old-time dance tunes back to Cromwell Memorial Hall with a Fine Thyme Theatre show.
Having my arm look like an octopus tentacle was something I never anticipated.
How did your parents explain the facts of life? For Australian Mish Grigor it was awkward and she wants to share that feeling.
A move to Wellington proves golden for graphic designer Sarah Browning
Wal, Dog, Cooch, Aunt Dolly, Cecil, and Pongo are all brought to life by Stratford on Stage.
"I've turned this piece of s**t art form and made it into something cool."
Oscar Kightley and David Fane clean up.
Scrap materials have a story to tell, Jon Hall says.
Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa will run until May.
Nearly 32,000 audience members, across 86 shows, have been through its doors since March.
Hamilton's new theatre is a step closer to getting a concept design.
Comedian brings his political satire about Donald Trump to Palmerston North.
A gallery and a workshop in Woodville is like stepping into another world.
An artwork has only been washed away once before in the festival's 20-year history.
Orewa artist combines art, Vogue, burlesque and a DC3.
OPINION: Ronnie Van Hout's latest work is a one-line joke that has already provoked all the reactions that it's going to get.
A host of Wellington theatre royalty will be together on stage in a new Maori theatre story with a difference.
Performers wearing colourful costumes adorned with jewels delighted the crowd.
Marti Friedlander, whose photographs held up a mirror to New Zealand, is saying goodbye. But you're not allowed to feel sorry for her.
Pupils in new Maori crafts and carving classes at Manawatu College are brimming with enthusiasm.
Jordan Watson was just giving a mate some advice. Now he's an internet sensation.
Glass artwork is an "unforgiving" love affair
The play is set to make audience members feel confident, sexy and alive.
Yilan Sun's art was seen at another exhibition when she was asked to exhibit professionally.
Her love for dance blossomed at a young age and now Joanne Boocock is travelling the world, doing the thing she loves most.
James K Baxter is regarded by many to be the country's greatest poet, whose death resonated throughout New Zealand.
One last show for dying but beautiful art form.
Almost $600,000 could be raised for the new $10m Kapiti Performing Arts Centre through seat sponsorship.
Neal Palmer has put some hooves into his latest exhibition at the NKB Gallery.