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Free Family Concerts in May that will move body and soul

2017 May 12

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra’s FREE Family Concerts in May will celebrate some of classical music’s greatest dance tunes. The hour-long Symphonic Boogie shows are designed to appeal to1famil…

Budget 2017: $303.9m for New Zealand Screen grants

2017 May 12

Budget 2017 will see $303.9 million allocated to support the continuation of the New Zealand screen industry production grants, both globally and domestically, say Economic Development Minister Simon …

More uniquely NZ stories for local audiences to extend diversity on screens

2017 May 12

Arts, architecture, psychology, kaupapa māori and rural comedy are among new stories for local screen investments from NZ On Air ahead of a radical revamp of the funding model. Nigel Latta combines1h…

Award-winning colour scheme for Antarctic icon

2017 May 11

In the whitest white of an Antarctic snow storm, finding shelter fast can be the difference between life and death. In 1957, the intense orange and yellow of Sir Edmund Hillary’s Hut at New Zealand…

New Zealand’s pavilion opens in Venice with ‘Lisa Reihana: Emissaries’

2017 May 11

New Zealand’s pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia featuring Lisa Reihana’s panoramic video in Pursuit of Venus [infected], 2015—17 was officially opened …

NZ Lions Series – rugby fever hits classrooms

2017 May 11

Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman welcomes the launch of the NZ Lions Series 2017 education programme for schools. “The NZ Lions Series is an iconic event, attracting over 20,000 intern…

Te Papa to Sign MOU with Circa Theatre

2017 May 10

Te Papa Chief Executive, Rick Ellis, will tomorrow sign an agreement that will see the National Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, join forces with neighbouring professional theatre, Circa1Thea…

Latin American Roadshow of New Zealand Films Launches

2017 May 10

Nine New Zealand feature films and eight shorts have winged their way to Latin America to take part in a travelling roadshow through eleven cities in seven countries. Kicking off on 11 May in Buenos …

Lōemis Winter Solstice Festival: Aurora IV

2017 May 09

Come into the dark Carillon Tower on Sunday 18th June, with only the heavy solstice moon and candles to guide you. You will enter what is probably Wellington's most reverberant concert space, filled t…

RNZAF 80th anniversary performance

2017 May 09

On the 12th May 1937, the RNZAF Band appeared in public for the first time, marching down Kent Terrace for the coronation of King George VI. This Friday it will be 80 years since that occasion, and th…

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