Moana Maniapoto and members of her band, Moana and The Tribe, are performing gig at the Titirangi Theatre.
Artist Anne Morris steps into the light in her garden studio.
Even an uncultured millennial can successfully buy modern art.
Artistic brothers exhibit works to raise funds for Hospice Southland.
To work in the "Avatar empire", you've got to learn the language, moves and believe in the James Cameron way.
Shake it like a Polaroid picture, he got in!
A large, fantastical cardboard structure is set to be built - and then torn down - at this year's Christchurch Arts Festival.
Ballet dancers don't have down time, they have more time ... to practice.
West Side Story changed director Joey McKneely's life - twice. He talks to Jack van Beynen ahead of the production's Auckland debut.
Council apologises to Sir Tim Rice after unexplained change to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat lyric.
Audio Creatures are crawling home after another stunning festival or sound and light in Australia.
When they started out, Charles and Janine Williams produced works of defiance. But the one-time tag team now command international acclaim for their art.
The artist heard of friend's suicide on the day his candidacy was announced.
One really shouldn't ignore one's elder's wishes. Well, maybe just this once.
The Pasifika group is more than just the performances seen from the stage
Live images of the sun, captured by solar telescopes, are being projected onto a shop wall to brighten the southern city.
Massey will get three truckloads of snow for an upcoming festival.
If Tauranga is to be a proper city it needs more culture, like a museum, says Simon Bridges.
George Orwell's book, 1984, foresaw the future and now it's being realised on stage.
Black Marks on the White Page is a collection of Pacific stories paving a new path.
African artists from around the country are showcasing African identity in Henderson.
City council cash will allow upgrade of studio while St James is strengthened.
Group hopes their achievement will cause "reverberating ripples" through the NZ art scene.
A Burt Munro mural in Invercargill by Graham Hoete is already catching the eye of passers-by.
Over 200 people will participate in traditional and contemporary kapa haka at the Winter 10s competition in Queenstown.
Incompetent Aussie thief staggers under weight of 25kg prized portrait after ripping it off wall.
Picton's The Paper Rain Project brings skateboard art to Framingham Wines in a new and stunning exhibition.
Dingy, dark alleyway between two of Palmerston North's main streets transformed by artwork.
A Taranaki programme in support of Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize has won a national radio award.
A CRITICAL EYE: Rebecca Wallis attempts to make physical the immaterial.