Copycat Banksy or real deal Banksy? Either way, a mysterious stencil of outgoing PM John Key has appeared in Tauranga.
UCOL's Diploma in Performing Arts is being retired.
Warren Maxwell has a new favourite place - Antarctica.
Playwright, actor and director Thomas Sainsbury answers our questions
From dodging the mafia in Sicily, to living on a remote New Zealand peninsula, James McNeish's body of work matched his adventurous life.
She's not on a bank note, but Rita Angus' portrait could soon be painted on a central Wellington wall.
Rotorua Museum staff in limbo as decision made to keep it closed following quake damage.
The ancient art of Melanesian female tatu is being revitalised by women paying homage to the ink their grandmothers had.
Shaun Jeffers spent long hours in a cave in chest-deep water to capture his images of glowworms.
One Wainuiomata artist has created 34 paua shells in four days to help raise funds for Kaikoura.
The photographer gave 40 children across New Zealand a disposable camera each, and waited to see what happened.
Flooding caused drama for water festival launch.
Palmerston North sculptor makes his mark down south.
It all started with a Christmas tree that left holes in the bricks and cracks in the walls of Barney Singh's west Auckland home.
Bing Turkby is a colourful stalwart on the music scene and now he's an author too.
Music, arts and culture aficionados in the Waikato are advised to clear their diaries from February 17 to 26.
Local dancer is on the cusp of a career.
$10m for art gallery's redevelopment and seismic strengthening.
Zeal is a place to call home for Ramon Benedict Bacit.
Argentinian born artist Leda Daniel is having her first solo exhibition at the Helensville Arts Centre from December 3.
"The whole message is that you are loved at the end of it."
Holiday season is just round the corner and there are going to be plenty of opportunities to eat, drink and make merry at Avondale Christmas Market.
When the community bands together, it plays a catchy tune.
Look closely at Murray Short's picture and you'll see surprising details.
The Great Hall at Wellington's Public Trust building has been transformed into an informal theatre for a new queer-friendly production.
A neglected stream site is the focus of a new project by a group artists and scientists in Wellington.
A famous opera singer and the Bolshoi Ballet performed on their way to Moscow this week.
The way our swimwear has evolved time says a lot about our our national identity.
Is this the most influential woman on the Christchurch arts scene?
(Time) Travel Centre by team Chillybox wins the HP 48 Hours short film competition.