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APO announces artist changes for upcoming performance

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) has announced artist and repertoire changes to its upcoming performance on Thursday 24 September at Auckland Town Hall.

Major milestone imminent: Te Ahi Tupua installation - Council

The final milestones for Te Ahi Tupua (aka ‘Hemo sculpture’) are just around the corner with plans being finalised to relocate the artwork to its home at the southern entrance to Rotorua.

EAST 2020 artists announced

Hawke’s Bay’s biennial flagship exhibition EAST 2020 will this year be presenting some of the region’s most exciting and diverse artworks, with 54 artists featured.

Creating bubbles - Honest Liars Improv

"If you want your children to listen, try talking softly to someone else." - Ann Landers


Last Sunday saw another great show, even in Level 2, we managed to bring out the laughs.

'NZSO revamps concerts to ensure safe social distancing between players'

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra has revamped performances in Wellington and Auckland this month to ensure safe social distancing between its musicians on stage.

'Pacific creatives ReConnect with Latin America'

In a new era of social distancing and limited travel, the Latin America Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (LatAm CAPE) has developed a new opportunity with Oyster Workshop for creative entrepreneurs to connect with Latin America.

Webb’s art auction raised over 1.4 million immediately after lockdown

An auction of fine art held at New Zealand’s most established auction house this evening, generated in excess of 1.4 million dollars in sales. The highest price was achieved by Tony Fomison’s seminal painting, Watcher on the Shore (1982-83) which hit $480,500, just shy of half a million.

Graffiato to be celebrated at Taupo Museum

The Graffiato street art festival celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year, with a special one-off exhibition.

Owen Mapp retrospective opening at Canterbury Museum

An exhibition of works by the most eminent living artist carver of bone in Aotearoa New Zealand opens at Canterbury Museum on Friday.

Rodin comes to Waikato Museum - Council

French sculptor Auguste Rodin is one of the world’s most well-known artists, and his work had a profound influence on the development of modern art.