NZ Music Month may be drawing to a close but as Carly Thomas found out it's business as usual for Palmerston North musician James Pikari (aka Stanley Pedigree).
Tongue of the Dog has received a tongue-lashing from irate online arts-haters.
Six men and two dogs master steep learning curves in remote North American river network.
It was never going to be a great Budget for the arts, but some creatives got a welcome boost.
We rank the best places in Auckland to enrich your life by buying art for your walls.
The Auckland Art Fair is back with a broader focus.
Take a tour of 35 Waiheke Island artists' studios over Queen's Birthday weekend.
A different performer each night and a script they don't see till they stand on stage. It's White Rabbit Red Rabbit and it's theatre of the unknown. Carly Thomas found out why Centrepoint Theatre is embracing it.
The Kiwi music Hall of Fame will be celebrated in one-of-a-kind curated exhibition.
Spending $50 million on a new theatre will not get Hamilton a "Rolls-Royce" venue.
A collage of 10,000 photographs and 1000 personal instant images are just two of the components of a new major art show.
New Zealand's fourth largest city must have a premier theatre.
An exhibition of 120 works by Banksy starts this week in the Italian capital.
Jarod Rawiri is stepping away from the camera for a more quirky performance.
Cindy Walter has been busy knitting a cap for a skull.
Kaikoura artists hope for sales at NZ Art Show.
A three-storey high artwork promises to light up the south end of Hamilton.
REVIEW: The New Zealand Dance Company's newest work deserves a standing ovation.
Is the world's most famous burlesque performer too old? It's a question the 43-year-old doesn't want to hear.
The S+ART festival is buzzing into the city with an exhibition involving art and science.
Sisters Jemma and Katie Cheer don't find the need for vocals in their music, Carly Thomas writes.
The renowned artist Francis Upritchard reflects on a 20-year career ahead of an upcoming survey show.
Graffiti in school isn't usually tolerated, unless you go to one West Auckland school.
After only three years of comedy David Correos says he's reached his peak already.
The future is bright for high school band Fruit Juice Parade.
They're Kiwi blokes stripped bare: A former drug addict, a burns victim, a burly builder - this is the Bare Truth.
"I used to be very dark, quite a depressed person," says singer
We're not in Invercargill anymore Toto.
Jane Little had been in the orchestra for 71 years. On Sunday, on stage, she died.
New Zealand dancer Katie Sonnekus has been awarded a full scholarship to the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Ballet School, which is part of the American Ballet Theatre, in New York, where she will start in September this year.