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Toi Tū Toi Ora - A full experience for the whole whānau this weekend

Toi TÅ« Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art is the perfect day out for whānau and there’s something exciting for everyone. The Rickard whānau enjoyed a full day at the exhibition making the most of the family-friendly activities for visitors.

Featherston Booktown Karukatea Festival adds new chapters for 2021

New Zealand’s one and only official Booktown has lifted the cover on its latest festival, announcing a literary line-up of 99 presenters and 55 events.

New Zealand's 'richest' short story prize launches

The Sargeson Prize launches tomorrow [Thursday April 1], offering New Zealand’s richest short story prize to local writers, with more than $8000 in prize money available across two categories.

The Art Market has 'skyrocketed'

The Art Market has skyrocketed. Just like Property, Stocks, and Collectibles, it’s going berserk.

Pioneer of abstract art an exhibition coup for NZ - Experience Wellington

City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi is thrilled to bring to New Zealand for the first time, Hilma af Klint: The Secret Paintings.

Moby announces new album 'Reprise'

Musical pioneer Moby announces his new album Reprise, out May 28 on Deutsche Grammophon. Reprise sees Moby revisiting and reimagining musical highlights from his 30-year career.

NZSO fires up a Stravinsky masterpiece for four-date tour in April

The music of Igor Stravinsky continues to set hearts on fire, and none more so than his breakthrough masterpiece The Firebird to be performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in April.

Announcing the 2021 E Tu Whanau Rangatahi Film Award winners

This morning, the latest E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Awards were presented at the Māoriland Film Festival, celebrating the next generation of Māori storytellers.

CubaDupa internship opens new possibilities for students - Massey University

As Wellington’s highly-anticipated annual street festival CubaDupa continues to grow in numbers every year, so do the opportunities it creates for Massey University students and graduates.

Showcasing Aotearoa's urban art scene 'from the streets to the gallery'

The Most Dedicated: An Aotearoa Graffiti Story and the TMD Street Art Festival