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Finding our way back : New Zealand's journey back to peace

2019 Apr 18

The stories of three New Zealanders who made it home from the First World War are the focus of WW100’s latest campaign Finding Our Way Back. WW100's Finding our way back resource. “As the…

Sensational Russian pianist to debut with the NZSO in May

2019 Apr 17

One of the greatest pianists of his generation will perform for the first time with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in May. Russian Denis Kozhukhin, 32, will join the NZSO for the Love Eternal1to…

Come along to our Public History talk on Wed 01 May

2019 Apr 17

Please join us at our next Public History Talk on Wednesday 1 May to hear Inge van Rij discuss women in New Zealand orchestras: The Hidden Women of the Public Stage: Women in New Zealand orchestra…

Daffodils Hits a Million Dollars at the NZ Box Office

2019 Apr 17

Kiwi musical Daffodils has taken over one million dollars at the New Zealand box office and, now in its fourth week of release, remains in the top ten chart of films currently in theatrical1release.…

Funded and Graduate Residencies - Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

2019 Apr 16

Notice about residencies available for New Zealand artists for the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s programme. You can apply to this residency if you are a UK or International Visual Artists1Liv…

It's all in The Detail

2019 Apr 16

Getting behind the banner headlines to put news stories in context is about to get easier for New Zealanders. RNZ and NZ On Air have signed up Newsroom to make a daily podcast that will pick out the…

New Zealand School of Dance Choreographic Season 2019

2019 Apr 12

The New Zealand School of Dance’s (NZSD) Choreographic Season has grown to be recognised as a highlight of the arts calendar and showcases the choreographic talents of thirteen third Year1contempo…

Once in a lifetime chance to see famous artefacts from Antarctica’s first buildings.

2019 Apr 11

The world’s most famous fruitcake and a forgotten watercolour painting will be displayed in Christchurch when an exhibition of objects from Antarctica’s first buildings opens in1May. Create…

Wahine 50 Charitable Trust’s collected stories donated

2019 Apr 09

On Wednesday 10 April, Wahine Day, the Alexander Turnbull Library will make available 60 personal accounts of the Wahine disaster collected by the Wahine 50 Charitable Trust as part of last year’s…

New Auckland Art Gallery Director to focus on growth

2019 Apr 09

Regional Facilities Auckland (RFA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kirsten Paisley as Director of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. Most recently, Ms Paisley was Deputy Director for1t…

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