An open-air art space has been launched in Arch Hill, brightening the hoardings surrounding the construction site for the new Bunnings hardware store.
A controversial new artwork is set to be unveiled in New Plymouth this week
A struggling artist is fighting to stage a musical about struggling artists as funding has collapsed just two months out from opening night.
REVIEW: For some leave-the-kids at-home fun, Riverlea's burlesque show should satisfy.
Actor Kali Kopae plays all five characters in a NZ Festival play about domestic violence. It's a pretty intense ride, she says.
A Q&A with the Auckland painter, who's new works are now on exhibit
Jayden Daniels has gone from the stage to Shortland Street and back again.
Renowned opera singer coming to Blenheim in March.
A Massey university lecturer is using the stage to champion her concerns about climate change.
The inaugural Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival will take place early next year, celebrating Maori culture in Auckland.
Sunset at the Estuary is a book that holds the musings of a collection of much loved New Zealand writers.
With all the hoopla surrounding the new bank notes, we think these cool currency concepts better fit the bill.
An outdoor art project that uses the walls of businesses as canvases has become the first event in Glen Innes to be included in the Auckland Arts Festival.
Costumes by Weta Workshop will be the finishing touch for three teenage performers as they sing on stage for the first time at the ASB Theatre, in Beauty and the Beast.
Want to be an angel, a princess, a werewolf or your favourite comic-book character? Welcome to cosplay.
Have your say in the awards that recognise Wellington's most wonderful and wacky sculptures.
A group of musicians from all over the country with a passion for West African music will be coming together in Palmerston North for their first live show.
An art exhibition inspired by 80s video games is entrancing gamers young and old.
The Sunday Star-Times' weekly wrap of arts and entertainment news
REVIEW: More risk-taking would have made The Imperial Russian Ballet's Swan Lake even more impressive
She lives in the US. He lives in Korea. However, they share intimate moments as if they were side by side.
A one-act comedy written by William Faulkner has been published for the first time.
Shakespeare is performed with too much reverence when it should be more like street slang, says a veteran theatre actor.
Plans to erect two war horse memorials in Hamilton has divided the city's arty types.
This time he's seeking shelter in the Kingdom of Wellywood's town belt.
Virtuoso pianist to take centre stage in packed festival line-up.
OPINION: Why the imminent re-opening of the Christchurch Art Gallery is cause for celebration
Peter McLeavey began as an impecunious nobody, and became one of New Zealand's foremost art dealers.
Palmerston North cartoonist Brent Putze is launching his brand new comic book Belle tonight.
A whip-smart and whimsical child, Joseph Herscher grew up to make a career from his crazy machines.