Tā moko – Māori tattooing
The tattooing practised across Polynesia developed unique forms in New Zealand, with deeply grooved scars...
Aotearoa update from Edinburgh!
New Zealand artists continue to thrill at the largest arts showcase in the world. As the Edinburgh Fringe rounded out its first fortnight, Lemi Ponifasio/MAU’s dramatic I AM was staged at the Edinburgh Playhouse and Michael Houston performed at the Queen’s Hall for the Edinburgh International Festival.
NZSO performs The Creation 216 years since it brought fame to its composer
This week sees the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's performance of The Creation. Featuring some of the very best voices from New Zealand and abroad, the sensational talents of Madeleine Pierard and Jonathan Lemalu are joined by one of Britain’s leading young tenors, Robin Tritschler.
Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa
Spectacular light installations, avant-garde Russian painting, modern Māori art and intimate portraits from New Zealand’s colonial past are just some of the remarkable artworks on show for visitors to the new season of Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa.
2014 Edinburgh International Culture Summit Welcomed NZ
Chief Executive of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Lewis Holden led the NZ delegation at the 2nd Edinburgh International Culture Summit, held at the Scottish Parliament last week. NZ was one of 25 international government delegations brought together.
Top performers arrive for Mozart’s greatest opera
Some of opera’s most warmly regarded and awarded singers are arriving this week from around New Zealand and the world, as rehearsals pick up pace for the Auckland and Wellington seasons of Don Giovanni.
No Front Line - new Vietnam oral history
Last week saw the launch of the Ministry's new publication "No front line : inside stories of New Zealand’s Vietnam War" which has been compiled from more than 150 veteran interviews recorded by the Ministry over the last 5 years for our Vietnam War oral history project website.
Remembering one of the most significant events of the 20th century
World War I was one of the most significant events of the 20th century and had an extensive impact on New Zealand society. Here is a collection of some of the projects supported and funded by NZ On Air.
First World War commemorative museum exhibition announced
Wellington’s landmark Dominion Museum Building will be home to a temporary First World War commemorative museum exhibition, developed by Sir Peter Jackson, from April 2015 and through the duration of the centenary period.
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