This was not merely a couple of local girls earning a buck busking at a festival, writes Sam Edwards.
A Taupo couple have brought 1000-year-old rock carvings to life.
It's a bird ... it's a plane ... it's Mary Poppins!
The electric piano grates, but everything else was great, writes Sam Edwards.
The world of avant garde is alive and well: After a week inside a boulder, a French artist is going to sit on a dozen eggs.
One mug, two mugs, three mugs, four. Keep it going, only 96 more.
This version of famous comedy is one you will really dig, writes Mike Mather.
Collector says selling 300 artworks will hurt - but not as much as losing his wife.
Women are still under-represented in theatre, so this month at Circa is all about celebrating them.
A man in a sequined leotard walks into New Plymouth. This is not a joke.
"When you walk out at Te Matatini it feels like a football field."
Actor Jacob Dale is set to perform his own show with four entirely different characters.
"The images I create have spiritual meaning, and so I like to create them in a spiritual space and mindset."
"I don't fit into the mainstream commercial categories, I don't have the right body type for those things."
A vineyard that has become almost as iconic as the wine produced there.
An influx of more cultures arriving in New Zealand is even more of a reason to share them, president of Auckland Multicultural Society Thuten Kesang says.
Theatre piece Personal Malfunction will explore the unprecedented challenges faced by Generation Y.
Seven North Shore children will express what is most precious to them as professional artists working as a part of the Auckland Arts Festival.
'When people think of festival venues, Woodhill Forest probably wouldn't be the first one.'
Palmerston North taonga puoro artist lands a major residency.
One of The Bard's better-known comedies features in the ongoing Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival.
Colour, culture and community set to unite in Riverhead.
Sean Coyle is putting the dark history of homophobic violence on show in his Pride Festival exhibition.
One-of-a-kind show defies analysis and description in this spoiler-free review.
New Plymouth's Len Lye Centre has a few '"teething troubles".
Puppeteer Anna Bailey is educating others about eels through her puppets
"We hope somebody who knows about Katherine Mansfield might want it for their grandchildren."
Two Manawatu musicians are taking their Maori cultural performance to Adelaide and Spain.
The $11.5 million gallery struggles to afford the upkeep of its big kinetic sculptures, less than two years after opening.
Turning the tough work of securing a visa for your girlfriend into a comedy has paid off for Sonya Kelly