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Digital art gallery created in the foyer of Wellington Railway Station

The Urban Art Foundation in association with Sharp New Zealand has opened a new three-screen digital art gallery in the foyer of the Wellington Railway Station.

Three artists picked for Govett-Brewster Art Gallery 'In Residence' programme

Three artists have been picked from more than 160 applicants to be the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre’s 2020 Artists In Residence - and will work from their own residences!

Game-changing exhibition of contemporary Maori art set to open - Auckland Art Gallery

A major survey of contemporary Māori art from the 1950s to the present day is being developed by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki to open this summer.

NZSO’s sold out concert in Wellington on Friday is a world first

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra on Friday will be the first full-sized orchestra in the world to perform to a live audience in a concert hall since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Port Chalmers creatives invited to join lock-down art project

We need Dunedin artists, designers and writers!

Are you an artist, designer or writer living in Dunedin? Have you found personal upsides in the lockdown that you would like to share with others in your neighbourhood?

Report shows Kiwis overwhelmingly prefer physical books - PANZ

A new report from the Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ) has revealed Kiwis still vastly prefer print books, with sales of physical books growing while demand for ebooks has shrunk.

Sunday Concert Series 2020

The Wallace Arts Centre is proud to host an eclectic array of musicians and musical genres at the Pah Homestead. With a delayed start due to the Covid-19 Lockdown, we are now pleased to announce that the 2020 Sunday Concert Series starts on Sunday 19 July.

NZ's Best Short Film finalists and Nga Whanaunga Maori Pasifika Shorts selections announced

The six finalists in the annual New Zealand’s Best Short Film Competition as part of Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival, have been selected by renowned film director Tusi Tamasese (The Orator, One Thousand Ropes).

Banksy art to be sold at auction in Auckland

Banksy, the elusive and controversial British street artist who has won a world-wide fan base, is arriving down under.

Power of arts, culture and heritage top of mind for Experience Wellington’s new CE

New Chief Executive of Experience Wellington, Dr Sarah Rusholme, says the organisation’s visitor attractions have a unique role to play in Wellington’s recovery from Covid-19.