Police investigating suspected Italian mobsters for cocaine trafficking discovered two Van Gogh paintings hidden in a farmhouse.
Something "mysterious and wholly unexpected" has happened with New Zealand's biggest art prize.
"To save the things that you love, you have to kill a lot of other things."
Lux light festival's latest creation merges science with art, presenting free tours of secret indoor exhibitions.
A handful of unusual ingredients are proving essential in the staging of a gruesome opera production.
Some of the dancers in Billy Elliot the Musical moved cities and dropped out of school for a spot in the show.
Anthony Stones' sculptures are known and loved around the country.
Architecture students bring their structure "off the page" and into Artweek's Glow show in Devonport.
Sixty WelTec hairdressing and makeup artistry students are working backstage at WOW.
The work of Hawke's Bay artist Morag Shaw goes on show October 14.
Sculptor Jeff Thomson's work is on show as part of the HB Arts Festival
The design of the new shade structure depicts Te Mata peak
Louisa Paterson A Queen and Her Two Ladies, has helped her reach the finals of Wellington's World of WearableArt.
Artist Eric Brew has found a space in Apiti to call his own.
A decision on the fate of Hamilton's disused Founders Theatre might not happen this year.
Looking back at childhood, through an adult's film lens.
Shortland Street star brings his family show to Palmerston North.
Comedian's October NZ tour pushed back until January 2017.
Photographer Rachael Smith is about to open her eclectic photography exhibition for the first time.
Shane Cortese and Delia Hannah are stomping the stage together in a brand new musical.
An Upper Hutt artist has won the overall prize at the Wellington Regional Arts Review,
Contemporary art collection of late rock star David Bowie previewed ahead of sale.
The freelance photographer's documentation on Kingsland will go on display this Thursday.
After a two year, $12 million revamp, Nelson's Suter Art Gallery is finally ready to reopen its doors.
Robotics bring dinosaurs to life at Te Manawa's Dinosaur Encounter.
Arts and the way to foster it for the region's creative advocates.
Soprano and braille advocate Lisette Wesseling lived a life without limits, writes Bess Manson.
Why graffiti and street art have played such an important role in post-earthquakes Christchurch
Michael Parmenter's experience on a Japanese mountainside helped forge his commitment to dance.
Would you donate more than seven cents to visit an International art gallery?