News and events from our sectors and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
Te Papa exhibits painting of peaceful encounter from Cook’s second voyage
The oldest European painting of Aotearoa New Zealand in Te Papa’s collection is now on display in Toi Art, Te Papa’s art gallery, as part of Tamatea: He Tūtakinga Tuku Iho | Legacies of Encounter.
New home for New Zealand taonga
Plans for a new Archives facility to improve the protection of and access to some of New Zealand’s most significant and valuable documents were announced by Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin.
Historic film rescued from rusty tins showcased
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, NZ's archive of film, sound and television, has mounted the exhibition Rust + Restoration – He Waikura He Whakauka as its first major public activity in its new home.
NZSO excels in 2020 with Grammy winners, YouTube star, te reo Beethoven
A multi-Grammy Award winner, a YouTube sensation & an internationally acclaimed Kiwi conductor feature in the NZSO’s all-star 2020 concert line-up.
Research reflects significant challenges of making a living as a creative professional in Aotearoa
Research released by Creative NZ & NZ On Air is the first of its kind in almost 20 years.