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Access radio gives voice to Otago communities

2017 Sep 12

Connor McMillan’s thumbs-up says it all. A big music fan, the Taieri College student is learning how to record his radio and podcast series, Connor's Hits, to air on Otago Access Radio OAR FM in1lat…

Dame Jenny Gibbs Named Commissioner for Biennale Arte 2019

2017 Sep 12

Dame Jenny Gibbs DNZM has been appointed Commissioner for New Zealand’s presentation at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia by the Arts Council. Arts Council Chair1Micha…

First artists announced for SCAPE Season 2017

2017 Sep 12

Christchurch-born artist Wayne Barrar and Auckland-based Anton Parsons are the first artists to be announced as part of Time in Space (territories and flow), the curated element of the SCAPE Public1Ar…

Lindauer portraits on show in San Francisco

2017 Sep 08

The critically acclaimed exhibition of Lindauer portraits The Māori Portraits: Gottfried Lindauer’s New Zealand will open at the de Young Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco, tomorrow, 9 September 2017…

World’s First Māori Inspired Gifs Launched by Māori TV

2017 Sep 07

In celebration of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2017, Māori Television have injected a little more te reo into popular culture with the launch of the world’s first Māori inspired GIFS, available now thr…

Get ready for Freddy – the return of the piano phenomenon

2017 Sep 05

In 2015 it was packed houses, standing ovations and critical acclaim when British pianist-extraordinaire Freddy Kempf  toured with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Image of British pianist Freddy…

Spectacular opening for 2018 New Zealand Festival

2017 Sep 05

Harbour to take centre stage for spectacular opening of 2018 New Zealand Festival “Waka carry stories, art, science, knowledge whakapapa and performance. When the waka arrives it seeks relationships…

Christchurch Arts Festival Opens This Week

2017 Aug 28

Christchurch Arts Festival opens this week with more than 50 shows spread over 19 days and including the biggest international line-up seen in the city for many years. Festival director Craig Cooper s…

Te Waka Toi Awards celebrate and recognise excellence in Māori art

2017 Aug 26

Some of the country’s most talented artists, advocates and community leaders were celebrated tonight in recognition of outstanding achievement, leadership and excellence at the Te Waka Toi Awards 20…

Dean Whiting appointed to NZ Arts Council

2017 Aug 24

Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry has appointed Wellingtonian Dean Whiting of Te Whanau a Apanui descent to the Arts Council of New Zealand. “Dean’s significant knowledge of te ao1M…

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