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Palmerston North Summer Shakespeare actor and director Ralph Johnson says every production is different and next year's Antony and Cleopatra will be no exception.
Alfred Memelink first picked up a paint brush more than 20 years ago to beat the long hours of down-time at sea. His works now hang alongside those of the best watercolourists in the country.
Tributes have been paid to one of New Zealand's foremost photographers, Peter Peryer, who has died at the age of 77.
REVIEW: For years, New Zealand has produced many classic theatre shows but we haven't yet cracked the musical theatre genre. We've been craving a quintessential Kiwi musical that can be performed over and over again and appeal to an overseas audience. Shortland Street: The Musical is that production.
Romanian prosecutors are investigating whether a painting by Pablo Picasso that was snatched from a museum in the Netherlands six years ago has turned up in Romania.
âA painting by David Hockney has smashed the auction record for a living artist, fetching NZ$135m in a frenzied sale.
Douglas James Wright, dancer/choreographer; b October 14, 1956, Pukekohe; d November 14, 2018, Auckland
âA new public sculpture inspired by Matariki will be unveiled at Hamilton's Ferrybank Reserve in November.
Acclaimed New Zealand dancer and choreographer Douglas Wright has died aged 62 after a battle with cancer.
When Dominic "Tourettes" Hoey appears at Womad in March, audiences could hear tales of love, politics and a toy dog.
While around 600,000 New Zealanders claim Irish heritage, the organiser of the country's inaugural Irish Festival believes his countryman actually have the most in common with MÄori.
Whether you consider them activist entertainers or entertaining activists, the Topp Twins are some of this country's best-known cultural entertainers and among the Waikato's most prominent identities.
Ric Foxley knows how difficult it is to cross a river in Ethiopia, and he's doing something about it.
The Women's Art Initiative makes its Te Manawa debut with an art exhibition that speaks strong words, Carly Thomas reports.