Sitting in her cosy home in Freeman's Bay, artist Lisa Reihana says there is nothing quite like the feeling of going to her Henderson studio to work.
Turning her annual concert into a talent quest is one way a Timaru dance teacher is helping fund a youth centre.
Rare Banksy piece on display for the first time in a decade.
Kaikoura's artists remain at the forefront of the arts world, with two IHC artists named as finalists in the IHC Art Awards this year.
Family, sporting and domestic scenes shine in 24-hour photo competition.
Investigation fails to discover who faked a painting that cost the Alexander Turnbull Library $75,000.
Sheyne Tuffery pushes the boat out with Blenheim exhibition
Kiwi artists attended an arts festival in Guam courtesy of $887,000 public funding and Air Force planes.
Bright and beautiful drawings from popular children's books are on display at a new exhibition.
Celebrating the legacy of master weavers who helped revive the beautiful Maori art.
He's captured a giant Steven Adams, now Graham Hoete has painted Prince in Minnesota.
OPINION: As a gesture of defiance, Ronnie van Hout's latest work is worth every cent and very, very Freudian.
Luminaries from music, media, arts and design industries will feature in festival.
A $6000 art heist or a misplaced masterpiece? Either way, Marilyn Andrews wants her painting back.
From exploding volcanoes to ivory hunters to refugees, the world's best photo journalism freezes an instant of life.
Framed carpet showing naked Prime Minister could be just what you need to break the ice at your next dinner party.
Like the title says, this is a tale of two Scribes.
An extraordinary, but little-known story of the 1953 Everest expedition is coming to New Plymouth.
Last Night Of The Proms has become an annual event on the Auckland Symphony Orchestra's calendar. We chat to conductor Peter Thomas.
Visitors are flocking to the newly opened floating pier and say it's "like strolling on a sunbeam".
With the cut off date for WOW entries looming one US-based artist flew his garment to Nelson to make it in time.
Esther Van Kuyk has been creating imaginary worlds since she first picked up a pencil.
Art at museum
OPINION: Showbiz was effectively damned if it did and damned if it didn't over Hairspray casting
It's a story almost too fantastical to be true.
Substantia Jones is on a campaign to stop fat shaming, and Kiwis are lining up to help.
Sex workers have had a sneak preview of paintings in an exhibition soon to open on Waiheke.
Filing out on to the stage of the Civic Theatre, the choir members' heartbeats are thundering in their chests.
Immersive theatre pioneer believes local companies need to "pull up their socks" to compete with film and TV
'I didn't expect there to be one that kind of looks like a barn.'