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Six films commissioned for new series of Someday Stories

The Outlook for Someday team is delighted to announce commissioning of six films by exciting new talent of Aotearoa.

This collection of short, sustainability-focused films will form the third series of Someday Stories, and is scheduled for release in August 2019.

Hollywood comes to Hamilton at Waikato Museum

Waikato Museum is bringing a slice of Hollywood to Hamilton with the opening of the international touring exhibition Cut! Costume and the Cinema.

New Auckland Art Gallery Director to focus on growth

Regional Facilities Auckland (RFA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kirsten Paisley as Director of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Press Release - Larry Williams Hangs up the Headphones

After an extraordinary 27 years, Newstalk ZB’s award-winning Drive host, Larry Williams, is stepping down.

Having tried to hand in his resignation two years ago, Head of Talk Jason Winstanley says he’s reluctantly agreed to finally let Williams enjoy his long-planned retirement.

Time to have a crack at the Great Kiwi Egg Hunt

The National Aquarium of New Zealand has an egg-citing adventure for children of all ages during the school holidays!

State of the arts gets a boost in the capital

A low budget film making challenge, a Samoan arts workshop, a glow in the dark puppet show, and queer and trans drawing classes are just a sample of the diverse recipients of this year’s Creative Communities Scheme (CCS).

The weird and wonderful world of Whare Kahurangi - NPDC

What does a dog-skin cloak, a meteorite, a missing face towel possibly belonging to King Edward VII, the oldest picture of New Plymouth and a Transformer all have in common?

William Wegman treats Christchurch Art Gallery to NZ's first and only show

A significant exhibition of work by US-based artist William Wegman opens at Christchurch Art Gallery on Saturday 6 April.

Lie back and imagine dining Roman-style at the Teece Museum

The ancient Greeks and Romans were obsessed with food. For most, food was a matter of daily survival. However, for the fortunate few, food was a matter of status and a way of expressing their superior tastes or lifestyles.

Art and culture recipients through CNZ Suffrage 125 Fund have been announced

Creative New Zealand has announced 10 recipients to receive funding totalling over $150,000 through a new Suffrage 125 Fund. These innovative arts projects will recognise women from diverse cultural backgrounds that have helped advance women's rights.