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A wharenui made of 5,000 balls of yarn will be on show at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato in Hamilton from December.
More than 21,000 people have attended the return of the country’s largest outdoor art event in Auckland this month.
Streets around Hamilton’s city centre will be transformed with colour and sculptures as part of a new trail event taking place over summer.
New Zealand’s largest outdoor art event is returning to Auckland’s Fort Takapuna this weekend.
Wellington remains New Zealand’s most creative city according to the latest Infometrics Creativity Index for 2022.
The Toi MAHARA art gallery on the Kāpiti Coast has attracted more than 5,000 people in its opening weekend.
The Raglan Arts Weekend is returning to the beachside town for its 13th year over Labour Weekend.
A message of Kiwi conservation is now around the streets of Auckland in the form of a new art trail dotted around the city’s downtown.
Visitors to Wellington can experience extended reality through their mobile devices and see a new virtual sculpture hovering above the harbour.
The Waiorua Gallery has joined the annual Kāpiti Coast Art Trail for the first time this year.
QT Queenstown has opened an art gallery on the sixth floor of its hotel.
Hokitika’s Junk2Funk wearable arts event is going national, with registration open to people all over the country and a month-long exhibition at the Hokitika Heritage Park.
Kāpiti Coast District Council’s new Arts Sustainability and the Museum and Heritage Development Funds will support eight arts and heritage initiatives.
More than 10,000 people have visited the annual New Zealand Art Show in Wellington on Sunday, generating more than $1.6m from 1,600 artworks sold.
The final touches will soon be put on the new purpose-built art centre at Mahara Gallery in Waikanae.
Privately-owned sculpture park Gibbs Farm will open to celebrate a special charity event this month with the Child Cancer Foundation.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown is citing a lack of clear and streamlined funding for the city’s arts and culture sector as one of the reasons why cuts in the 2023/24 annual budget are on the table this year.
A new art exhibition in Foxton encourages visitors to follow their nose and indulge in the sensory experiences of olfactory art.
After an eventful first year, the attraction is ready to take the next step in its growth plans.
Work to install the last artwork in Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is now complete with Moment of Movement ready to experience on Colombo Street.
Tauranga’s waterfront is awash with lights and colour as part of a new art and sculpture installation in the city centre.
The Kāpiti Coast Art Trail is back this November, with works from more than 125 local artists on display and many more at local galleries and creative spaces.
The projects include a digital storytelling app for the Russell Museum, e-commerce functionality for local art galleries, and a 3D virtual exhibition for the Tairawhiti Arts Festival.
More than 60,000 people, including 35,000 from out of town, are expected to attend the event, which runs until 16 October.
Te Papa has spent $627,000 on the acquisition of two paintings by New Zealand artists from the Bank of New Zealand’s art collection.
Whanganui Regional Museum is partnering with the Blumhardt Foundation in an effort to support public art galleries and museums in their acquisition of work by contemporary New Zealand craft practitioners.
A new kiosk and etching in Tauranga’s Wharf Street Upgrade in Te Papa will showcase the history of the city as part of an interactive audio and video experience.
A campervan has been transformed into a fully-curated art gallery featuring 26 New Zealand artists and 50 works.
A “smuggled” tapestry exhibition attracted around 21,800 visitors to New Plymouth, with 16,000 people coming from outside the region.
Five award-winning entries from the World of Wearable Art collection are now on show at Wellington Airport until September.
Some 10,000 people came to the final farewell weekend of the Whale Tales public art trail at Silo Park in Auckland on 29 April.
Travel agents gathered in Auckland’s Queen’s Wharf to farewell the ‘Whale Spirit’ Whale Tale art sculpture located on Auckland’s waterfront.
Twenty-seven arts, culture and heritage projects across the Taranaki, Bay of Plenty and Manawatū regions will benefit from the latest round of Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa culture sector funding, says Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni.
Seven major murals are being created across central Christchurch as part of the Flare Street Art Festival.
The Whale Tales 2022 public art trail has launched in Auckland both in public spaces and as a virtual, interactive trail.
The Aotearoa Art Fair at The Cloud in Auckland has been moved to a new date, 16-20 November 2022.
The Whale Tales 2022 public art trail will launch in Auckland next week, partly to publicise endangered Bryde’s whales in the Hauraki Gulf.
A new sculpture commissioned by WellingtonNZ for the waterfront will pose a new photo opportunity to attract visitors to the city.
Whanganui, Taranaki and the Manawatū are jointly launching a pan-region arts trail to showcase works and entice visitors to the lower west coast of the North Island.
Art and music events proving popular among out-of-towners.
Series of two-metre tall cubes to depict Ngāi Tahu stories about stars in Victoria Square.
Seven Queenstown art galleries will come alive for a late-night special every Thursday as part of a new weekly initiative to kickstart the town’s art sector.
Funding to be used for 14 sites at Opihi, South Canterbury.
Funds provided over three years as part of wider arts and culture Covid-19 recovery programme.
The Van Gogh Alive immersive exhibition has extended its shows in Christchurch and will be opening ahead of time in Auckland to serve demand.
Timaru’s Aigantighe Art Gallery is exhibiting its most popular works from its permanent collection of 1,800 pieces.
A new series of art awards has been created for the West Coast after more than $40,000 of funding from Creative New Zealand.
Hamilton City Council has approved a work programme to help it make more informed decisions on issues of cultural significance.
A programme to make arts and culture available to a wider audience is part of an initiative to mark the numerous cultural milestones being celebrated in Wellington during 2018.
Dunedin’s popular street art trail will gain two new world-class artworks with international artist Bik Ismo and Christchurch’s Jacob Yikes the latest artists to come to the city.