They arrived, out of the blue, on my front doorstep, rolled up in a cardboard tube: images of myself, naked, sent to me by a stranger.
The army band meets the ballet in this WWI commemoration show.
Dusk Til Dawn are a rock 'n' roll band who are finding their way on the Palmerston North music scene.
Sunlight-Ihi Komaru is Te Manawa's new touring exhibition that took two years and $300,000 to complete.
Artist Mark Braunias has painted creatures and mysterious forms directly only the walls of a Sydenham gallery.
Taranaki's community gallery Real Tart has shut up shop and an alternative gallery space on offer is getting a luke warm response from established artists.
The best of Russian ballet will be on show this Saturday in Hamilton.
More than 140 students will celebrate young musical talent at a free festival.
The Sunday Star-Times' wrap of news in the arts and entertainment scene
The Massey University Drama Society's latest production Twelve in a Box has been adapted for the stage for the first time.
Hayley Groombridge is forging ahead in her chosen career as a jeweller.
The Manawatu International Jazz and Blues Festival is going from strength to strength, with expectations high for its 2015 season.
Amanda Hewlett's house is filling up with artwork contained in one of a kind matchboxes.
If musicians were like farm animals, Orpheus Choir's musical director Brent Stewart would be the farmer of the musical zoo set to perform Mendelssohn's Elijah on Saturday.
It this the first real image of William Shakespeare - or just a man in a toga with some corn on the cob?
It's a tough time for the Documentary Edge Film Festival.
More than 640 hours of work have gone into restoring the St James and that's merely the tip of the theatre curtain.
An extensive and eclectic art collection owned by a Feilding art lover is going to auction in Auckland.
More council money is being funnelled into the Pah Homestead after a protected palm tree put the breaks on creating a new income source.
Teaching Shakespeare to prisoners great way to stop re-offending.
In a national coup, Upper Hutt will exhibit from Saturday some of the world’s best-known photographs and includes a haunting portrait of an Afghan refugee.
Wellington City Council has spent about $270,000 in the past decade on building up an art collection.
Palmerston North's Mash Trust Monarch Programme is dedicated to helping people through the tough journey of addiction.
Tony Forster was one of the first people to cross the Berlin Wall when it came down in 1989 - and he didn't even realise it.
Anna Madeleine is creating electro beats in a Palmerston North music scene that she says is thriving.
Leading US art critic blasts Fox News for being 'sexually sick' after it blurred out the breasts on Picasso masterpiece.
Reactivist is a new exhibition set to open in Palmerston North focusing on the art of activism.
Kate Sheppard, Celia Lashlie and Louise Nicholas lead list to be in national portrait gallery.
Marlborough artist whose work garnered the attention of a Hollywood star named Marlborough's Living Cultural Treasure.
A Picasso masterpiece fetched more than $243m, smashing the world record for the most expensive art sold at auction.