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New exhibition: Dogs in Antarctica opens 21 September

Oscar was labelled a lazy dog with "dirty habits" by members of Shackleton’s Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914-1917) - until he saved their lives.

CultureFest celebrates Wintec's diverse campus

Bound to be a highlight of International Week, Wintec’s CultureFest on 20 September will bring together staff, students and community members to enjoy an evening of delicious ethnic food and colourful cultural performances.

NZSO to present Frankenstein and a feast of Beethoven in 2019

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra will perform every Beethoven symphony and the acclaimed contemporary work Frankenstein!! in its exceptional line-up of concerts for 2019.

Exhibition dedicated to founder of Poland's Independence

Showcasing the visions and actions of one of the main creators of Poland’s Independence.

Steam Trains return to Central Auckland for Christmas

It’s been over 3 years since Mainline Steam left its former Parnell depot and steam locomotives have been seen in the Central City, but all that is going to change this Christmas.

Victoria University of Wellington visiting architect exhibition

Victoria University of Wellington’s Faculty of Architecture and Design is hosting an exhibition and public lecture by Visiting Architect Grace Mortlock, of Sydney-based Other Architects, and her co-director David Neustein.

The Walters Prize 2018: International judge announced for New Zealand

Adriano Pedrosa, Artistic Director at the globally renowned São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP), Brazil, has been appointed as the international judge for this year’s Walters Prize, the ninth iteration of New Zealand’s premier contemporary art prize.

Violinist Viktoria Mullova touring with Chamber Music New Zealand in 2019

In a coup for New Zealand one of the biggest names in music, Viktoria Mullova is coming to New Zealand for the 2019 Chamber Music New Zealand International Season.

NZ music icon Hollie Smith joins Wintec music school

Internationally acclaimed New Zealand singer/songwriter Hollie Smith, described as "the reigning queen of Aotearoa soul" has joined Wintec’s School of Media Arts to mentor and teach music students.

Otago Polytechnic student prepares for 'dream' opportunity in Vienna

Otago Polytechnic student Georgia Ferguson is preparing to leave Dunedin for a nine-month study exchange in Vienna, where she will work on her Master of Design while learning from a world-renowned master of fashion.