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Residents and visitors to enjoy 3 cultural festivals

Three cultural festivals, two theatre projects, a craft project, a video project and the Northland Designer of the Year (Floral Art) will go ahead this year, with Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) funding.

Queenstown Winter Festival announces a revamped look

NZ’s winter has started with one hell of a party for the last 43 years. That party is the Real Journeys Queenstown Winter Festival and this year the party is as fresh as the season’s first powder.

YouTube star and virtuoso violinist in two special NZSO concerts

YouTube star Morgan James and virtuoso violinist Angelo Xiang Yu celebrate Leonard Bernstein and The Four Seasons in two special NZSO concerts

Woman's Day welcomes new prince with special royal issue

Bring out the bunting! It’s time to celebrate the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third baby - a little brother for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Collaborative exhibition challenges perceptions of gallery space

A new exhibition at Wintec’s Ramp Gallery, White Rainbow is a riot of colour and texture and brings together the work of some of New Zealand’s leading artists to test new ideas and challenge the concept of gallery space.

Spotlight on photography at Massey campus events

Photography’s lens has focused strongly on Massey University in 2018 with Whiti o Rehua School of Art director of photography David Cook, and Distinguished Professor Anne Noble, leading Massey’s contribution to the 2018 Photobook NZ Festival.

ANZAC tribute video by Canterbury pianist

Canterbury pianist Kris Baines has released a captivating new rendition of the New Zealand National Anthem, in honour of those who served and gave their lives in combat.

Focus of Photival festival on Wellington campus

Keynote speaker at social documentary photo festival Photival, Australian-based environmental photographer Michael Hall, is an alumnus of Massey University.

Gordon Walters: New Vision opens at Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki presents Gordon Walters: New Vision, a major retrospective of one of New Zealand’s foremost modern artists, opening Saturday 7 July.

The AM Show Wins the Week in 25-54

The AM Show won the week amongst 25-54s, winning their timeslot on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday morning. Duncan, Mark and Amanda had an average weekly rating of 1.6 and average weekly share of 29.9% in the commercially important demographic.