Horace Moore-Jones’ watercolour of a New Zealand medic leading a donkey is expected to sell for as much as $500,000.
Goldisnowerellahood is a fun and interactive show scheduled for the school holidays by the Tall Poppies Community Theatre Trust.
The first in a series of articles highlighting the Manawatu region looks into its vibrant arts scene.
Michelle Duff finds out how one of the Elizabethan poet’s most famous plays translates into Maori.
Two works by famous Spanish artist expected to fetch thousands.
Hamilton's Clarence Street Theatre has been gifted to a community trust.
The NZ Art Show painted a picture of a thriving art scene in Wellington.
Comedian Cori Gonzalez-Macuer is going on his last tour just prior to the birth of his first child.
Forty-eight hours to make a seven minute film that a cinema full of people will watch, it's a tall order, but a Palmerston North crew did just that and more, they walked away with not one, but two awards. Carly Thomas caught up with the Outcast crew to talk about what exactly it is that makes dark comedy so funny.
Palmerston North's all-ages venue Great Job is holding its first music festival a year on after opening.
Writer Leonie Agnew has won New Zealand’s oldest book prize, the Esther Glen medal for junior fiction.
Playwright Briar Grace-Smith's reveals her favourite spots in the Wellington region.
Paintings of middling quality by Adolf Hitler were sold at the weekend but questions have been raised whether they should have been on the market at all.
UCOL has a new performing arts tutor who has a wealth of experience.
Lauren Carr has a heap of passion that she is directing into her songwriting and as Carly Thomas found out, it is not going unnoticed.
Auckland's Art in the Dark Festival will not go ahead this year due to funding issues.
The life of the elusive Kiwi skateboarder has been documented in a new film.
Want to walk in the footsteps of the impressionists in Paris? Better bring an extra pair of shoes. The city was lousy with them.
For one Wellington artist the business of art comes easier than most.
Rob Thorne is a musician who works in the realm of the ancient, bringing to life traditional Maori instruments that had, at one time in our history, faded into obscurity. Carly Thomas watched, listened and experienced the music, the man and the mystery behind taonga puoro.
From giant teeth to ghostly towers, the country has it all when it comes to public art.
A new book examines the place of Maori art in both a New Zealand and international context.
Georgia Burns is up for a challenge. She's taking her High School Musical On Stage character from underdog to centre stage, and she's playing a boy.
Fewer people believe art has a vital role in Christchurch's rebuild, a new survey says.
More Kiwis are going to different kinds of live shows, including comedy and kapa haka, while there's been little growth in audiences for theatre, dance and concerts.
Helen Kedgley shares her 'secret' and favourite Wellington things.
A free panel on New Zealand's entry in the Venice Biennale is to be held at Wellington's City Gallery.
The unpredictable Storming Theatre group will hijack the Queenstown Lakes District Council chambers to perform during the Queenstown Winter Festival.
Noted artist Selwyn Muru is back his Auckland home after going missing for several hours.
Opposition to a $1.5m sculpture of a state house shows an "embarrassing provincialism", arts panel says.