Christchurch's threatened McLeans Mansion could be turned into an art gallery, but needs urgent public support.
Christchurch artist believes city centre art bridge should be moved as it will compromise his sculpture.
The 48Hours film competition is back on track after finding a new sponsor.
From Stan Walker to Woolston Brass - it's concerts galore in Christchurch this week
Review: It's not a gloomy song, but a wonderful work of poetic beauty.
In celebration of a glorious, strange, heart-lifting oddity of a painting
Trying to immortalise a pet in paint isn't all that easy.
Kiwi comedian Guy Williams reveals the best and not so best places to perform.
Thousands of art buffs flock to this year's Christchurch Art Show in search of a bargain.
The city is now better served by the visual arts than it has been for the past five years.
OPINION: As a gesture of defiance, Ronnie van Hout's latest work is worth every cent and very, very Freudian.
Christchurch's weekend events start with the annual Festival of Lights from 6pm Friday.
A sculpture that fell off a cliff and lay under rubble for five years has been donated to Canterbury Museum.
Tetanus robbed the world of a bright artistic talent
Funk-rock five-piece band Kairose from Mt Aspiring College took out the Central Otago regional final of Smokefreerockquest on Friday night.
OPINION: Showbiz was effectively damned if it did and damned if it didn't over Hairspray casting
A second, School of Fine Arts-inspired, contemporary gallery opens in the central city
REVIEW: Loathe it or love it, Frankenstein is worth seeing because you'll never see anything like it.
Immersive theatre pioneer believes local companies need to "pull up their socks" to compete with film and TV
For decades, no conversation about music education in New Zealand could be had without mention of David Sell.
Latest public artwork to enliven Christchurch's skyline greeted with bewilderment, enthusiasm and indifference.
Lyttelton theatre group The Loons reopens in new home.
The Arts Centre's Great Hall re-opens, Blue Man Group perform and a big band farewell concert.
The first of the 2016 New Zealand Film Festival's big nights in Christchurch has been announced and it couldn't be a more fitting choice.
Well - two of them anyway, to celebrate 50 years of Monkeeing around.
Frankenstein's monster is coming alive once again in a new stage adaptation of the classic novel by Free Theatre Christchurch.
Race row erupts over Christchurch production of musical Hairspray after show accused of "arrogance or blindness" for not casting black actors.
The work of Oliver Gilbert, Jack Hadley and Zina Swanson shares an unassuming sense of the absurd and a curiosity about human behaviour.
Between the Lines touches upon an awareness of life as being as much about dreams as it is our experiences.
All hail the man who helped kick-start the English language into immortality