REVIEW: A near-perfect document of the artist's observation and drawing skills
REVIEW: The strength of these works reside in Van Hout's ability to orchestrate a variety of marks and surfaces in distinct and subtle ways.
REVIEW: An exhibition that has no intention of eliciting the kind of emotional or sensory responses that its title implies.
OPINION: Newly re-opened CoCA giving Christchurch Art Gallery a run for its money.
OPINION: Do events like the Christchurch Art Show do the visual arts a disservice?
REVIEW: Four world-class musicians and 105 minutes of non-stop music proved to be a winning formula.
Artistic donation boosts quest to rebuild a long-lost piece of Christchurch's Arts Centre.
REVIEW: A diverse programme showcases ARA's quality
Sal Valentine and the Babyshakes is ready to bring the house down at Wellington and Christhurch's jazz festivals.
Council to review spending on public art, including two Gormley sculptures bought for $800k.
REVIEW: Singing with enormous passion and conviction, these sharp-looking guys genuinely seem to enjoy themselves on stage
Three years of budget cuts to arts and culture, and not one councillor has stood up, Christopher Moore says.
Sweet miniature at odds with creator's protesting ways
Rangiora High takes first place on opening night of Stage Challenge with an ode to milk.
REVIEW: The remarkable soloist's account of a musical behemoth was truly astonishing
Ara Music Arts, formerly CPIT Jazz School, is marking its quarter century with a special concert.
Celebrated actor George Henare remembers Christchurch as the place he learnt to walk in high heels.
An "amazing and powerful" video art installation exploring the fate of refugees at sea opens in Christchurch on Saturday.
The Comedy Convoy hits town, before the NZ Jazz and Blues Festival takes centre stage next week
OPINION: Why we should explore the possiblities of tripping the light fantastic again
The renowned Chicago jazz pianist talks birthdays, bad pianos and his breakthrough gig fifty years ago in the famous Bohemian Caverns.
A new exhibition sheds light on the career path of young working mothers.
David Chambers has lost track of how many shows he has directed, produced or acted in.
REVIEW: NZSO ensemble deliver poignancy and robust energy in a most varied programme
Dutch film focuses on a young South African woman travelling the country in the search for answers
REVIEW: Chamber music at its best
REVIEW: Jack Body's Melodies stands out amongst a stimulating programme
Parts of this new Ilam Campus Gallery feel like a health warning to keep away from the digital world.
Young artists will struggle, Christchurch will get fewer shows and smaller galleries may close as Lotto-backed funding dries up.
REVIEW: The RNZB give a quintessentially American tale a distinctly European gloss.