Black Grace are marking their 20 year anniversary with 20 unique shows.
The InterACT Disability Arts Festival kicks off on October 21 with Unitec students paying a special tribute to New Zealand's World War I sacrifice.
Tours of the historic St Mary's Bay building have been so popular that people have been turned away.
Arts aficionados are in for a treat when the Buddhist Rain roadshow performs three southern concerts.
The White Room gallery is a year old and has brought back its first exhibiting artist, Jonathan Ormrod.
COCA to reopen February 2016
A pop-up replica of Shakespeare's Globe is coming to Auckland this summer.
Wellington forefather and Maori chief Honiana Te Puni has regained his pride of place at the city council.
Waikato Museum celebrated a "significant milestone" with the gifting of a $1.9 million art and taonga collection to Hamilton City Council.
Three Kings creative Sam RB is proving her artistic skills are transferable.
The Karamea Venus revealed
In which the famous contemporary artist sings, speaks and bleeds on stage for nearly five minutes.
Contemporary Chinese art - subversive, edgy and disturbing
Benny Tipene set off on a European tour lately and Carly Thomas caught up with him for a bit of a chat.
Palmerston North's Woolly Riot have been bombing the city again...with wool.
Street art moves away from the black hoodie dress code and three-in-the-morning starts.
Bonanza is the Zimmerman Contemporary Art Gallery's latest exhibition from Cam Munroe.
Christchurch woman Bonita Danger Doll is a ''petrol head'' who loves drag racing and burlesque.
A Palmerston North exhibition puts some creative and colourful wares on show.
Some old favourites are among the musical repertoire for Palmerston North's Showcase Singers' upcoming show.
Amy Atkins knows where she is going. She is young, ambitious and is rapidly filling up pages with words. Carly Thomas sat down with her to talk about her writing, her acting and the blank page of her future that is waiting to be filled.
Interpretive beer is a thing according to a band launching a brew and an album in Palmerston North.
Cherryl Marriott says it was a privilege to see her World War 1 and Anzac Day-themed World of WearableArt entry appear on stage.
Royce Elliott has recorded his experiences of growing up in a Mt Albert Methodist orphanage in a new book.
Te Papa's Gallipoli exhibition is tipped to be its most popular show in history, drawing a high number of teens and twenty-somethings who wouldn't typically flock to a war exhibition.
Melbourne Zoo's creative orangutans are producing fine artworks with prices pushing upwards of $2000.
New Zealand's glitter artist, Reuben Paterson, takes his practice a step further with his latest body of work completed in his new hometown of New Plymouth.
Artist Veronica Herber takes coloured tape and uses Christchurch earthquake rubble to make works of art
A modern take on a Scottish kilt took top category honours for an Upper Hutt couple.
Heidi Klum's partner just shelled out how much for a plastic what?