Auckland’s newest regional park opens to the public this weekend with two days of exciting activities and opportunities to explore.
Inspired by the traditional Maori art of body tattooing, MOKO is a conceptual dance performance that is spurred by the enticement of mana (spiritual power) where the patterns of Ta Moko explode, both emotionally and literally, onto the stage in new and exciting three-dimensional forms.
Heralded as one of the most enchanting displays of art and sculpture, with pieces that individually comment on their environment, the Harbourview Sculpture Trail, Te Atatu Peninsula, is set to open to the public this weekend, Saturday 8 March.
The Culture Galore event scheduled for Saturday 8 March has been cancelled due to the recent wet weather. The venue, Ray Blank Park, is too wet to allow vehicle access. There is no postponement date.
‘Fly back in time’ in a classic Douglas DC3 and experience a piece of nostalgia and adventure, that pays homage to a part of World War II history.
Insight into how New Zealand's capital city feels will be the result of a pop-up bank and art project led by Victoria University researcher Dr Sarah Elsie Baker and Wellington based artist Vanessa Crowe.
Creative Waikato will be running two new Creative Communities Scheme workshops on Wednesday March 12.
A new Hamilton City Libraries initiative aims to challenge cultural stereotypes and help people breakdown racial and gender barriers.
Cantabrians are being invited to transform an inner city wall this weekend with their ideas on what makes them feel all right.
New Zealand-born Samoan photographer Greg Semu will spend a year in Berlin as this year’s recipient of the Creative New Zealand Visual Arts Residency.
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