Matamata will not ring to the sound of sculptors' tools this week after it's long-running sculpture symposium was cancelled because of a lack of sculptors.
The mirror-like surface on New Plymouth's multi million-dollar Len Lye Centre is being uncovered today.
The Auckland Arts Festival kicks off this Wednesday. Discover the shows you won't want to miss.
A Picasso painting missing from Paris for more than a decade resurfaced in the United States mail.
After every work, the acclaimed choreographer tells himself it's the last. This time is different.
Sonny Tilders is the creative genius behind the giant dinos that stalk the stage in Walking With Dinosaurs.
It's the flagship arts event in Hamilton and it is simply not sustainable.
Billie Jordan's vision started as a flash mob of senior citizens and ended up as a world renowned dance crew.
Creating art for the sake of shocking conservatives was never the intention of artist Nigel Brown
The Chinese takeaway cafe of her Wellington childhood came into focus for artist Kerry Ann Lee when she visited China for the first time,
What might NZ's best-loved poem is the inspiration behind an exhibition by Dick Frizzell.
There's a moment during the Auckland Lantern Festival when everything just falls into place.
A quirky Fringe Festival comedy is tackling the taboo topic of female flatulence.
Musician inked for three hours, once a month, for the past seven years to create skin art.
If their work is resold by dealers at a profit, should artists be entitled to a share?
Festival organiser outraged that museum ignored his request to pull controversial T-shirt.
Top entertainers will inundate the city with music, theatre and comedy over the coming weeks.
Hawke's Bay man who dedicated his life to Maori performing arts and music has died.
Playwright Patrick Kelly's strong social conscience has driven him to set up a charitable trust to tackle issues of poverty.
A new exhibition in Upper Hutt shows the history behind one of the country's premier mountain biking events.
Sculptures on display as part of a popular outdoor exhibition are selling for thousands of dollars.
A series of compelling photos of the nano-sized world hopes to raise the public's fascination.
Bruce Young's current medium of choice is farm gates. "It's like a canvas for a painter."
Traditional Maori cloakmaking is a long-term labour of love in the Te Kanawa and Hetet families.
Ponsonby's gentrified veneer will be stripped away in an interactive play celebrating the suburb of old.
The Signing Belonging at the NZ Academy of Fine Arts is a fun potpourri of works related to the Treaty of Waitangi.
When Aids first shocked our artists into action, it was killing hundreds of Kiwis. Now, two decades on, they warn it's become a silent threat.
Weaver Kohai Grace is creating a taniwha to go on display at Porirua Aquatic Centre on Waitangi Day.
A transcript of a Colin McCahon note written on the back of one of his paintings has now been revealed in its entirity
Hone Tuwhare's legacy arrives home today, with New Zealand's third Koha for the Crib in Dunedin tonight.