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Comedian Tim Ross muses on Modernist Design at CoCA

Australian comedian and design aficionado, Tim Ross brings his internationally acclaimed Modernist design show, How Much for the Green Chair with the Wooden Legs?, to CoCA.

Art Gallery Director bids Auckland farewell

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Director Rhana Devenport is heading for Australia to take up the position of Director, Art Gallery of South Australia. After five years in the top role, she leaves the Gallery on 21 September.

Channelling Katherine Mansfield

Waikato University Theatre Studies students are channelling Katherine Mansfield for Hamilton Book Month.

Charlize Wilson wins IHC Art Awards People's Choice Award

Manukau City artist Charlize Wilson has won the 2018 IHC Art Awards People’s Choice Award for her work, Looking Out from the Inside.

SAE opens doors for the day

On Saturday July 28, SAE Creative Media Institute will open its doors to their state-of-the-art Auckland campus.

Caffeine packed events in Auckland this weekend

Aucklanders will enjoy a weekend dedicated to the country’s finest coffee when the city hosts the New Zealand Cup Tasters Championship and the Meadow Fresh New Zealand Latte Art Championship this weekend.

The Block NZ dominates ratings in it's second week

The Block NZ is already dominating ratings coming into its third week, averaging a 27.2% audience share and 8.5 rating point amongst the commercially important 25-54 demographic.

Anderson Park Playground opening a success

Hundreds of people came to Anderson Park yesterday morning (Sunday 22 July) to help Napier City Council celebrate the official opening of the new playground wtih the community.

New Exhibition: The End of War 26 July - 30 Nov 2018

The End of the War? a new audio-visual exhibition highlighting the effect of the First World War on New Zealand families opens at The Great War Exhibition in Wellington this Thursday, 26 July 2018.

Wintec musical talent shines under the stagelights

As the curtains closed on the final performance of Hamilton Operatic Society’s high energy, mid-winter musical Sister Act, a group of Wintec staff and students can count themselves among some of New Zealand’s finest musical theatre talent.