People visiting Toitu Otago Settlers Museum for a hot cuppa after the dawn service on Anzac Day will also be able to view artefacts from 1918 in the museum's military section.
A Mexican judge has blocked a company associated with US toymaker Mattel from commercialising the image of artist Frida Kahlo, her family says.
It is hard to describe artist Mike Crawford’s work without seeing it. He tells Rebecca Fox about the art of cast glass sculpture.
Making a visual statement as strong as possible to help get the message across was the aim of the Wellington Media Collective. Former members tell Rebecca Fox the messages of the 1980s and ’90s are...
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Christina Popovici, Judy Millar, Reuben Paterson.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from John Z. Robinson, Philip James Frost, and the Fe29 Gallery.
In this week's Art Seen Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Eskdale Gallery, Justin Morshuis and The Artist's Room.
They look after some of our most precious cultural pieces - paintings, works on paper, objects, books - yet art conservators are often unseen and unacknowledged in their work.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Pati Solomona Tyrell, Chris Heaphy and Jason Greig.
Chris Heaphy tells Bruce Munro about the constant evolution of his art and the underlying, unchanging aim.
A Dunedin art teacher has taken the concept of Russian nesting dolls and turned it into a canvas for her art, discovers Rebecca Fox.
James Dignan look at exhibitions from Francis Nicholls, Lindsay Crooks, Marilynn Webb
Kaitangata photographer Anne-Marie Davis puts the finishing touches to preparations for the inaugural Kaitangata Art Exhibition, which starts today at the town's old post office.
An independent review into the country's national ballet company found no issues with its working culture, despite previous allegations of workplace bullying and reports of an exodus of unhappy...
Instagram is changing the way we experience art, and that’s a good thing, write Adam Suess and Kylie Budge.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Marilynn Webb, Pauline Bellamy, and Clive Barker.
Three young New Zealand dancers have had their dream come true - they have been selected to play Flora, Ada’s daughter, in The Piano: the ballet.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Philip Madill, Martin Thompson, and Campbell Patterson.
Pipes from an old fire sprinkler system have been given a new life - as a pipe-cleaner man.
Dunedin Fringe Festival features a strong contingent of solo female performers. Given it kicks off on International Women’s Day, Rebecca Fox asks those artists about their experiences of gender bias.