Southland's culture and heritage sector is set for a shot in the arm.
It was an emotional moment for artist Ayesha Green when the covers came off her Ko te Tuhono sculpture in the Octagon.
A "sanctuary" for the arts and performance community will be opened in Invercargill next year following a $150,000 funding grant from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
If you would like a Wounded Carrot, a Burial at Sea, or even a Window in Spain, now is your chance to buy one.
New Zealand artist Robert Ellis died this week at the age of 92, leaving behind a prominent body of artwork that brought together pakeha and Māori influences.
We can learn a lot by paying such attention to the work of artist Joanna Margaret Paul, writes reviewer Peter Stupples.
Max Simpson (10), of Dunedin, admires the work of artist Mauricio Benega at the Dunedin Art Show at the Edgar Centre yesterday morning.
Nerves, excitement, relief are just some of the emotions Dunedin School of Art’s final year students are experiencing as their work goes on display to the public this weekend. Rebecca Fox talks to...
A gateway connecting us with our deep ancestral ecologies and a passage to our landscape, our life and the wairua we share with the harbour is one step closer to opening in the Octagon.
The vandals who damaged Maggie Covell’s art billboards and posters in public parks ensured her message reached larger audiences than it might have done otherwise.
Experiencing something totally foreign to you for the first time is a feeling Auckland artist Peter Simpson is investigating in his exhibition ‘‘Literature’s arrival to the Pacific’’. Rebecca Fox...
After French artist Loren Pasquier arrived in New Zealand several years ago, she became fascinated by the Maori culture.