Cherry Bomb: Stephie Key on her art, her dad's job and her hyper-sexual artistic alter-ego Cherry Lazar ahead of her exhibition opening in Paris.
Wet-plate photography is complex, difficult, and easy to get work. It's been obsolete for 135 years - but a new wave of photographers are embracing its idiosyncrasies.
Expect some extra terrestrial happenings of Karangahape Road this Thursday.
The new director of an innovative creative space in Christchurch has the sort of background makes people take notice. WILL HARVIE reports.
NZ Music Month kicks off and Palmerston North's all age venue Great Job will be hosting a heap of bands.
Artist Asher Newbery doesn’t do things in halves and has a body of work made up of something bigger than just him.
Shakespeare's birthday will not be forgotten in Palmerston North, with a celebratory day of all things Victorian.
Irish comedian Ed Byrne is performing all over New Zealand... but not Oamaru.
Geraldine Brophy shares some special moments.
We aren't just observers on a tour; we've become the art.
Wanaka's Festival of Colour has a good problem - it has become so good, it's difficult to keep improving, director Philip Tremewan says.
Despite what you may have heard, contemporary art is alive and well in Christchurch.
A chance meeting with a busker was the key to finding the guitarist needed for the New Zealand premiere of Saturday Night Fever.
Finding inspiration from the Prime Minister's latest saga proves no problem for comedians or cartoonists.
Copenhagen's Royal Chapel Choir will sing in Wellington on May 1
A Titahi Bay woman is the brains behind a World War I exhibition at St Paul's Cathedral.
Napier's MTG museum and gallery gains traction.
Trams stopped so passengers could stare at a Christchurch street's newest resident.
The eight-metre long Bridge St penguin mural is on the market seeking a loving owner.
Full blown art immersion is taking over Auckland delighting locals with music, theatre and art.
REVIEW: Jane Clifton on television's The Killing Field
From giving a vodka brand its name to exposing sham antiques, Christine Prior’s Lower Hutt radiocarbon dating laboratory is history’s timekeeper.
How is $20 million worth of art reflecting New Zealand's history?
Aucklanders have nine days to try and fill a football field-sized poppy with 59,000 metallic discs to honour Anzac Day.
A Japanese artist on trial for obscenity after making objects modelled on her vagina says that there was nothing wrong with her artwork.
Restaging the story of brutalised bravery is proving a passion project for Invercargill Repertory, writes Michael Fallow.
One of the largest sculptures in New Zealand is starting to take shape on the edge of Christchurch.
A $1.5m sculpture of a "typical New Zealand house" is set to grace Auckland's Queens Wharf.
There's an astonishing array of cultural events to mark the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day.
Visitors are getting too interactive with artworks at Te Papa, causing the most damage to the museum's artworks since 2003.