After a car crash that claimed her leg, the Havelock North community has rallied around Suzi Merson.
Lindsey Schofield has been the heart of Wanaka's arts festival for 10 years. Now she's following her heart into a new career.
Murals depicting a ferris wheel and a bear mark the opening of a London exhibition.
Christchurch's artist's four-tonne sculpture is entrancing.
Te Hau Winitana felt the pressure, performing in San Diego in front of a crown of 4000
The latest addition to the Dowse Art Museum is a woolly tribute to a famous New Zealand artist.
It's been a calendar highlight for more than a decade, and now the city is declaring its love for WOW loud and clear.
This filmmaking technique doesn't require a camera - but you will need to find some film and a projector.
Prince William played with the original Buzzy Bee: now Frizzell hopes the new Royal baby will love his KiWi KiWi.
Luke Di Somma's new musical is an emotionally intense, high concept rom-com.
The Hollywood heavyweight (and Mr Lucy Lawless) behind Xena, Hercules and Spartacus is now tackling musical theatre on a huge scale.
Cabaret performer Craig Reid - aka Hula Boy - takes our Q and A.
Wellington is being touted to Australians as the most creative city in the country.
Centrepoint's new manager is no stranger to the Palmerston North stage.
Roseanne Liang's short film Do No Harm is one of ten films selected to screen at Manhattan Short festival.
A $320,000 sculpture installation will finally take its place above Masterton's large northern roundabout.
Farheen Hajira quit her high-flying fashion job to launch her own modest clothing line.
A Palmerston North improvised comedy group take out national award.
Mad brushstrokes, and other lessons from artist in residence at Wellesley College.
Artist Zainab Hikmet, who grew up in East Auckland, is bringing her artwork from Australia for an exhibition Howick.
A human skull is on display in the Occulture exhibition at the City Gallery, but nobody seems to know who it belongs to.
Raw, real and hilariously fun, is how cast and crew of the upcoming Calendar Girls show are describing it.
Five artists have returned from Stewart Island - between latitudes 46 and 47 degrees south - where they captured its beauty and melancholy.
Ballerina Madeleine Graham trains like an athlete and Sunday is her only day off, but her hard work has given her the opportunity of a lifetime.
Preschoolers celebrate Tongan Language Week with special visit to Auckland Art Gallery.
A macabre vision of the future is among the eye-popping creations planned for the 30th year of the World of WearableArt.
Exhibition highlights the impact of Lower Hutt's milk bar cowboys.
Early bird tickets have been snapped up for a festival set in the middle of Kaitoke Regional Park's stunning backdrop.
Pair of new faces take over running of the Waikato's premier arts event.
The movie Mother! is dividing film lovers, now its advertising campaign has left one small Australian community fuming.