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Royal New Zealand Ballet’s first audio description

2017 Aug 18

Royal New Zealand Ballet will present its first audio described performances for blind and low vision patrons in Auckland with the ballet Romeo and Juliet, which opens in Wellington on 16 August and t…

Commemorating Waitangi Day Fund Applications Open

2017 Aug 18

Applications for funding for events in 2018 that commemorate the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi opened on Monday 21 August. The Commemorating Waitangi Day Fund invites applications from groups host…

$4.25m for PM’s sport scholarships recipients

2017 Aug 18

Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman has congratulated the recipients of this year’s Prime Minister’s Sport Scholarships. “The Prime Minister’s Scholarships provide financial1assista…

Acclaimed American singer to deliver a devil of a performance with NZSO

2017 Aug 17

American Eric Owens, one of the world’s greatest living bass-baritones, will perform with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra this month in two performances of  Berlioz’s The Damnation of1Faust. …

NZ’s Vietnam War Veterans commemorate service – and lives after

2017 Aug 17

New Zealand’s Vietnam War veterans are commemorating the fallen, remembering the war and what came after, and catching up with old comrades this Friday, and through the weekend. New Zealand’s1Viet…

Funding for Masterton Shearing Museum

2017 Aug 17

Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry has announced government funding for Masterton’s Shear History Trust. “The Trust has developed a museum dedicated to the national story of sheep1an…

National Commemoration of the Vietnam War

2017 Aug 16

Vietnam Veterans’ Day will be commemorated on Friday at the National War Memorial, Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Chief Executive Paul James said. “Sometimes referred to as the1…

Engaging young voters online

2017 Aug 16

An interactive online tool that boosted youth voting turnout at the 2014 election is back. Massey University’s Design+Democracy Project designed On the Fence to encourage young New Zealanders to vot…

Suite of new SCAPE public artworks and events expected to draw crowds into Christchurch

2017 Aug 16

New Zealand’s premier annual public art event, the SCAPE Public Art Season 2017, will run for six weeks from October 7 – November 18, launching new artworks and showcasing the extensive current ca…

Last chance to see Te Papa’s Golden Days exhibition

2017 Aug 15

Te Papa’s cinematic Golden Days exhibition is closing on 31 August, after almost 20 years on the floor of the national museum. A replacement for Golden Days will be part of Te Papa’s overall exhib…

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