Renowned artist Otis Frizzell and racing driver Greg Murphy teamed up to create a giant piece of light art for an ad.
The paper sets out funding for Wellington's arts programme, but may be pulled at the last minute following confusion over late changes.
A judicial review application filed against arts funder Creative New Zealand by a dance advocacy group has been dismissed.
Ten comedians will go head to head for a chance to compete in the Comedy Quest's grand final.
Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe and Gloria the hippo are breaking free, taking to the stage of Wellington’s Opera House this August.
Wellington author Philippa Werry is a finalist in the 2021 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults for her picture book "This Is Where I Stand", illustrated by Kieran Rynhart,
Te Whare Tapere o Tākitumu in the Cook Islands has opened to share history and culture that links Aotearoa and Rarotonga to the Tākitumu canoe.
Twenty-four musical groups will perform over 100 staccato-sized concerts across Cuba St bars and restaurants this weekend.
Waikato artist Mark Braunias has won the Parkin Drawing Prize for his colourful, large-scale diptych featuring cartoon-like figures.
Composer Claire Cowan’s clever arrangements brought out previously unheard qualities in the songs.
There’s lots of theatre events this week, from Madagascar the Musical for the family, Winding Up for the boomers and opera for the children.
The actors who play Dr Frankenstein and the creature swap roles every night in this innovative new stage show.
Dancers get written instructions throughout the show, so no two performances are the same. “That is the gift," local choreographer Jose Archer says.
Sir Roger Hall's latest comedy revisits beloved characters Barry and Gen who are well into retirement and 50 years into their marriage.
Janine Dijkmeijer, former CEO of one of the world's most prestigious dance schools, explains how her love of nature, the ocean and that famous Kiwi film brought her to New Zealand.
As a funding freeze is broken for the country's national ballet institution for the first time in years, dance stalwarts ponder its future.
Like generations I was raised on a modernist decree that the gallery must be well insulated from the outside world to provide safe space for difficult ideas, says Mark Amery.
Christchurch is primed to become a production base for major blockbusters shot in New Zealand. It just requires one large and risky investment.
Warren Feeney recommends We Stand Here, an exhibition that asks important questions about Ōtautahi Christchurch: Who lives here, what is our culture?
For six months, Tracey Murphy, a midwife, spent every minute she wasn’t working creating her garment.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet presents a programme that is alive with stylish design and exuberant physicality.
When many schools creating performances on topics such as climate change and pandemics, a Greytown college opted to dramatise a prison riot.
Wellington council is forging ahead with a proposed new structure of two of its teams, but there's concern it may be too disruptive for staff.
Benee headlines this weekend's events with two shows at the MIchael Fowler Centre, backed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Waking up on a foggy morning to low cloud in pink tones and a hit of sunrise, led to Laurie Winter capturing a photo of Lake Wairarapa, called Vanishing Point.
Kezia Bennett, a wheelchair user and a founding member of WIDance, shares her passion for dance.
Something “clicked” when actor and director Martine Baanvinger invited an acclaimed New Zealand photographer to watch one of her award-winning theatre performances.
The history of Hamilton’s five hapū is the inspiration behind a colourful new artwork on a $1.03 million jetty.
The existence of this watercolour, titled The Rialto, Venice, was kept effectively secret since its creation in 1906.
People should be wary of the intentions of people wanting to erect statues in Hamilton, a man who erected a statue in Hamilton says.