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Honouring our true history through toi Maori

What is toi Māori, what does it tell us and how has it evolved over time?

Warbirds Over Wanaka tickets on sale

Warbirds Over Wanaka became one of the first major New Zealand events to cancel because of COVID and it will be exactly one year to the day when tickets to the next Airshow in 2022, go on sale on Monday (March 15).

Jazz duo playing at Landmarks Square re-opening

Wil Sargisson and Margot Pierard, the woman with a "velvet voice as smooth as latte", will be the first to grace the new Landmarks Square stage in Hastings, when they play at its re-opening this Friday [Mar 12].

Construction meets theatre for Fringe Festival's 'The Builders' Fringe'

City-makers Willis Bond and LT McGuinness have teamed up with Maverick Productions and the Wellington Fringe Festival to turn a major CBD construction site into an interactive event space for The Builders’ Fringe.

First solo art exhibition at 91 years old

Cornelius (‘Con’) Vickers is having his first solo exhibition at age 91. Born in 1930 in Seaton, Country Durham England, Con started painting at school during the war.

Aotearoa Music Photography Award competition announced

Auckland Festival of Photography and Auckland UNESCO City of Music are proud to present the inaugural Aotearoa Music Photography Award | Whakaahua Puoro Toa competition to be held during NZ Music Month - May 2021!

Auckland Pasifika Festival postponed

Auckland’s popular Pasifika Festival has been postponed following the Government’s announcement yesterday that Auckland will remain in Alert Level 2 until at least Friday 12 March.

Exhibition celebrates Dutch-Kiwi ties

An exhibition exploring the artistic kinship between New Zealand and the Netherlands is set to open at Waikato Museum on 6 March.

College of Creative Arts ranked in Top 100

Massey University’s Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts has been ranked in the Top 100 QS World university subject rankings for art and design for the fifth year in a row.

Massive art installation for PRIDE Week - ChristchurchNZ

A huge central city art installation will kick off PRIDE Week in Ōtautahi Christchurch.

ChristchurchNZ are pleased to be supporting PRIDE Week 2021, and the activations and events happening across the city from 5-14 March showcasing and embracing our diverse community.