This was to have been the year that an art gallery deep in the southern English countryside took the US by storm with exhibitions of the extraordinary Lee Miller, a 1920s fashion model, surrealist and World War 2 photographer.
New Zealand's biggest band is battling to become the first group to play at Eden Park in a fresh fight for live music at the country's premier stadium venue.
Tamaki Makaurau feminist-socialist party punks Dick Move started the year on a high, opening for Welsh post-hardcore band McLusky, before Covid hit and everything turned to custard.
Musician Mark Menzies does not like being pigeon-holed as a specialist - hence his varied career. The violinist talks to RebeccaFox about loving all music.
"Pepeha", Peata Larkin(Milford Galleries Dunedin)Lockdown and a realisation of the interconnectedness of traditional patterns worldwide have combined to impressive effect in a new exhibition by...
Tui-award winning jazz bassist Umar Zakaria hopes to add his energy and musical flavour to an upcoming Dunedin concert by locals Karin Reid and Alex Wolken. He tells Rebecca Fox how winning...
Since 2018 album Too Many Millionaires, Wellington blues troubadour Darren Watson has been holed up in his Ngaio manor and recording studio.
All it took was a little help from her friends, and a cathedral. Abby Wolfe tells Tom McKinlay about her big new video.
Eve Poole (1924-92) was Invercargill's first female city councillor and its first female mayor. She served from 1983 until her death nine years later, having just been elected to her fourth term.
Bruce Munro talks to acclaimed NZ writer Vincent O’Sullivan about the joys, insights and frustrations of writing a biographical portrait of his late friend, Ralph Hotere - one of this country’s most significant, yet private, artists.
A capacity audience gave the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra players thunderous applause for a well-executed, well-conceived programme of works from the 1920s.
REVIEW: The award-winning creative team of Doug Kamo, Emma Holloway, Beth Waite and Michael Grant, with a 15-piece orchestra, presented a stupendous montage of vibrant music and dance in the Regent Theatre.
A near capacity audience gave the NZSO under Hamish McKeich a warm welcome for its return to the Dunedin with a programme that aptly titled "Metamorphosis".
‘‘Studio Gleaning’’, Hullabaloo Artists(Hullabaloo Art Space, Cromwell)IN their collective exhibition ‘‘Studio Gleaning’’, the Hullabaloo artists have pulled hidden gems from their home studios,...