Rapper PNC is back with a new EP.
See four sculptures go up in flames at the Petone Winter Festival.
"We could just about get a new theatre for the cost of refurbishing the old one."
Renowned producer, director and former head of South Pacific Pictures John Barnett has been inducted into the BNZ West Auckland Business Hall of Fame.
"It's just wonderful. Every year outclasses the year before, almost."
Student duo the only New Zealanders selected for prestigious Sydney Design Festival.
It was one of the most daring art heists in history - a priceless Picasso snatched in the dead of night, only to be returned a week later.
Swiss authorities seize more than $1b paintings by Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh.
Is that Pikachu in the window of a uni library?
A massive Disney On Ice mash-up has arrived in New Zealand.
He survived an attack by a hired-assasin in Iran, was robbed in Cambodia and escaped the drug mafia in the Philippines.
It's the celebrity auction to end them all - a weird collection of high art, and wacky experiences - but who exactly paid for this stuff?
More Kiwis have their dials tuned in to Jay-Jay, Dom and co than any other station.
Carly Thomas has a look at Centrepoint Theatre's dark and confronting upcoming play.
Eight-by-eight centimetre, sticky stationery is taking over the Waikato.
West Auckland artist has been selected to display his sculpture as part of the 2017 Headland Sculpture on the Gulf.
"There is something special about the taste and texture of a good Pinot Noir. It is my favourite wine. Although, I must say chardonnay is pretty nice too."
The Sunday Star-Times weekly wrap of the arts and entertainment.
Two-and-a-half years in the making, Auckland Grammar student Bevan Tucker has finished building his own working car.
The musician was an avid art collector. Now that collection is for sale.
When the Fukushima nuclear disaster happened in 2011 Jessica Ellis was still at art school.
It took more than a decade of wrangling to make the Len Lye Centre a reality. Now that it's here one of the big questions on everyone's lips is why isn't there more. Jim Tucker reports.
Film reflecting on changes in Timaru since the 1980s to screen in Geraldine.
Here are six Frida Kahlo-themed activities to check out in Wellington this month.
She's chasing her dreams and dancing to her emotions.
Four sculptures over one year at the Len Lye Centre isn't enough, says Jim Tucker.
There is $40,000 of art funding available from the council.
Auckland Theatre Company are trying to re-create the mind of an autistic boy on stage.
State-of-the-art technology at the new ASB Theatre will give students performing in the combined colleges production of Hairspray a chance to shine under a bigger spotlight than ever before.
Is it inappropriate for a politician to star in The Loose Dick Kiddies' Show? His colleague certainly thinks so.