New Zealand's school Stage Challenge and J Rock events are no longer. Organisers say economic conditions have led to the axe falling on the events.
An exhibition of 89 of Banksy originals is on show in Auckland - and it’s understood the works are insured for $30 million.
Te Papa's founding chief executive Dame Cheryll Sotheran has died. She was 72.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens and James Dignan look at exhibitions from Philip Jarvis, the Eskdale Gallery, and Joanna Tokona.
Having won the National Contemporary Art Award this year, Dunedin artist Kim Pieters is looking forward to showing in her home town, she tells Rebecca Fox.
A plea to all Otago residents who own a Frances Hodgkins work has drawn some unknown and unseen works out of the region, Dunedin Public Art Gallery curators Lucy Hammonds and Lauren Gutsell tell...
Crisis talks held by the Royal New Zealand Ballet are being closely monitored by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who is choosing to stay at arm’s length so far, amid growing concern.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Jo Ogier and the Otago Museum.
Support for Dunedin’s street art endeavours is steadily increasing, so an auction has been organised to help fund more work, organisers tell Rebecca Fox.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at a small exhibition of art at the Queenstown Arts Centre, Art Bay Gallery, and an exhibition by Andi Regan.
Loosing the use of an arm for a couple of months really tested painter Jasmine Middlebrook’s fortitude, she tells Rebecca Fox.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Hamish Horsley, Glen Hayward, and Aiko Robinson.
Dunedin School of Art’s annual SITE exhibition provides its third-year students with a chance to show their creativity and this year is no exception, Rebecca Fox discovers.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Blue Oyster Art Project Space, and Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
The first full retrospective of New Zealand’s pioneer of abstraction, the late Gordon Walters, opens in Dunedin today. Its curators walk Rebecca Fox through the major exhibition.
In Footnote’s last performance of this national tour, ‘‘Contrast’’ presents two works that are thematically complementary but stylistically divergent: hence contrast, writes reviewer Penny Neilson.
Former Dunedin dancer Sarah Foster-Sproull finds it hard not to be on the dance floor any more but is enjoying the creativity of her role as choreographer, she tells Rebecca Fox.
For circus performer Ashley Carr, informing his New Zealand-based father, a farmer, about his chosen career was not easy, he tells Rebecca Fox.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibtions from Milford Gallery, Mint Gallery, and Inge Doesburg Gallery.
Colouring-in could improve your mental health, new University of Otago research has shown.