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New programmes feature te ao Maori

As we celebrate Māori language week NZ On Air is pleased to announce support for a range of new television programmes that help to bring te ao Māori to broad New Zealand audiences.

Cambridge finalist in Smokefreerockquest 2015 lineup

The top nine Smokefreerockquest national finalists were announced today, the crème of the 700 bands and solo/duos who entered the nationwide youth music contest this year.

Auckland Museum exhibition opens in Samoa

In 2014, Auckland War Memorial Museum produced the exhibition ‘Entangled Islands - Sāmoa, New Zealand and the First World War,’ to tell the story of the shared WWI history between Sāmoa and New Zealand.

Wellington kids art exhibition expresses 'hope for peace'

Hope for a peaceful world is the theme of TÅ«manako, an art exhibition by Wellington school children to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan.

Maori artists head to The Banff Centre for cultural exchange

Award-winning dancer/choreographer Shakaiah Perez and writer/spoken word poetry champion Te Kahu Rolleston have been selected to attend acclaimed indigenous arts residencies at one of the world’s leading arts and creativity hubs.

Creative NZ announces 2015 investment funding

The Arts Council has committed a further $10.5 million to 26 arts organisations in its latest multi-year investment funding round.

Hello Sailor announce additional shows

Hello Sailor's 40th Anniversary tour is selling fast and to keep up with public demand further shows have been added at Christchurch's Isaac Theatre Royal and Auckland's Powerstation

Unconventional take on watercolour awarded hefty prize

An installation with an unconventional take on watercolour has won an Elam School of Fine Arts student a hefty $10,000 prize.

Kathryn Tulloch, from Mt Eden, was awarded the Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Scholarship last night, at a packed ceremony held at Projectspace Gallery.

Venice Film Festival programme announced

For the first time in twenty years, two New Zealand films are included in the programme for the Venice Film Festival announced today. Jake Mahaffy’s Free In Deed will screen in the Orizzonti Section of the festival and Pietra Brettkelly’s A Flickering Truth in Venice Classics.

Armageddon Expo limits ticket sales to cope with success

Armageddon Expo’s Twentieth Anniversary event is looming for Auckland this Labour Weekend, and if you want to attend on the biggest day, Saturday 24th, you’re going to have to move fast.

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