New Zealand artist, Simon Denny, has been invited to mount a solo exhibition at London’s prestigious Serpentine Gallery, following his highly successful Secret Power exhibition for the New Zealand pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
For the past two decades Black Grace has taken the world by storm with its powerful and highly acclaimed productions.
At the end of this month, Wellington will be abuzz with excitement as the iconic Basin Reserve gears up for what will be a Halloween to remember.
International blues/RnB/jazz artist Chris Cain will be Artist in Residence at the Whitireia School of Music for three days from 12 October, and will perform with a Whitireia student and staff band at San Fran on 14 October.
Auckland Live is thrilled that over 15,000 people so far have visited ARBORIA and we are expecting record numbers this Saturday and Sunday for its final weekend.
Have your kids been driving your blood pressure through the roof these school holidays?
Auckland War Memorial Museum is proud to host the first ever national Pacific Heritage Arts Fono.
Free entertainment and sports activities are being lined up for the Taita community to celebrate the opening of their new Walter Nash Centre in style.
The opening of the new purpose-built, stand-alone centre in Taine Street is on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October.
Rotorua Lakes Council contractors and staff have been busy making the most of the spring weather to put the finishing touches to Rotorua’s new Green Corridor, ahead of tomorrow (Thursday 8 October) afternoon’s official opening.
Acclaimed international soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will be performing a special recital celebrating the elegance of the Classical and Romantic eras, to be held at the Invercargill Civic Theatre on March 10, 2016.
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