Chroma Chamber Choir alto, Patsy Anderson who has been singing chamber music "forever", is currently rehearsing for the Christmas Concert on December 17.
Kaikoura artist and earthquake survivor, Jane Riley has given her art work to those who helped so many in need.
Wonderfully directed by AJ Potter, this two act play is realistic, funny, and sensitive.
Nelson Fringe Festival 2017 director, Laura Irish, brings a vision that will focus on supporting the arts.
Tawhiri Funk brings a funky, jazzy soul sound for their first tour outside the capital.
OPINION: Two businesses working together to make great wine and share skills and resources makes sense.
Elizabeth Bean pays a visit to Canaan Downs and finds a striking landscape, great mountainbiking and the ideal cafe.
OPINION: We were there for something special: Tchaikovsky! a ballet story of friendship created by brilliant Louise Hawke.
OPINION: How often do you get a chance to see the premiere of an original stage production?
A sensitive and touching look at the nature of modern relationships is explored in Dinner with Friends, a play opening at the Suter Theatre next Wednesday evening.
Worth, an exhibition featuring new work by six of the region's inventive, challenging and provocative artists has opened at the Refinery ArtSpace.
The story and music of the composer Tchaikovsky will come to life in a ballet on Friday evening.
Bachelor of Arts and Media graduate, Katie Pascoe, has been awarded the Jen Hansen Excellence Award in Visual Arts and Design for 2016.
A Nelson chef has gone from from Melbourne's top restaurants to a Stoke brewery to create perfect pub tucker.
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
OPINION: It wasn't until I woke the next morning and lay sleepily scanning the titles of the piled books that the message from my unconscious finally broke through: I was feeling unhappy.
NSO 50th, conductor John Rimmer, guest soloists Buz Bryant-Greene and Raffaele Bandoli, Old St John's, Saturday night.
Over the past 40 years Christine Boswijk has grown into one of the country's foremost and respected ceramic artists.
The Luminate Festival is back this February for another earth-friendly celebration.
Australian jack of all performing trades Linda Calgaro joins the Nelson improvisation team of Off the Cuff.
Light Nelson lit up the city's bank balance.
As the finale in a year of five celebratory concerts, the Nelson Symphony Orchestra is offering NSO 50th on Saturday night.
The Raven Mavens play at Fairfield House on Friday December 2 at 8pm.
Live Arts Nelson need community support to raise funds for storage units via Boosted, the online arts crowd funding site.
Arts and media graduates celebrate their final year with BAM, an exhibition of diverse works.
Nelson Musical Theatre's latest production, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, will leave audiences enjoying the little things in life.
REVIEW: These lively and enthusiastic young men are at the start of what might become a long-standing relationship.
REVIEW: The Nelson Civic Choir took on the challenge of three works which revel in the rhythms and melodies of South America.
Bachelor of Arts and Media students showcase a broad cross section of artworks as the culmination of their studies.
In this week's Our Places Elizabeth Bean visits Nelson' own surf spot Glenduan.