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Screen Sector Recovery Package announced - NZ Film Commission

The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) welcomes the Screen Sector Recovery Package announced today by Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Carmel Sepuloni.

New Ramp Podcast series connects creatives in extraordinary times - Wintec

Wintec School of Media Arts’ highly anticipated Ramp Festival is thrilled to announce a new Podcast series, Ramp Connects.

A Matariki to remember in Porirua this year - Council

This year’s Matariki celebrations in Porirua are the perfect chance to gather and reconnect after challenging times.

No8 Wire Week celebrates resilience and communities with series of events

No8 Wire Week 2020 is packed full of events to encourage community resilience, DIY resourcefulness and environmental responsibility through fun, hands-on activities and workshops.

NZSO to play and livestream two special concerts in July

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is to stage two special Beethoven and Bach concerts in Wellington next month and livestream each performance.

NASDA's new performance of 'The Book Of Everything' opening July 01

NASDA’s latest play finds hope in adversity

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.