A selection of our readers favourite stories of 2017 plus our editors top picks.
The BNZ has teamed up with Katherine Mansfield House & Garden in an exhibition that tackles gender representation in the arts
Combining elements of circus, cabaret, burlesque and aerial art, Empress Stah is sure to impress and intrigue kiwi audiences with her outrageous ‘Laser Butt-Plug’ act at Splore 2018.
To ease your decision-making anxieties, we ask those in the know about their top picks for the 2018 New Zealand Festival
“It takes courage for anyone to go and be themselves.” Louis Baker on what it takes to present your most honest self through your music.
Jamie Newman, the man that brought kiwis No Lights No Lycra and Auckland's morning rave movement, Morning People, on what inspires him to make people want to get up and dance.
We chat to theatre maker Leo Gene Peters about making joyfully absurd theatre that reflects the joyfully absurd nature of life.
Mixit is harnessing creative practices to enable resilience, optimism and a sense of belonging in refugee and migrant youth.
CONTAIN, an exhibition by artists from the Northland Region Corrections Facility sheds a light on the wide-reaching positive impacts of arts programmes in prisons.
“I am always flabbergasted by the amount of talent that is everywhere, in every student." Sam Taylor, the new Head of Audio Department at SAE on keeping students at the heart of his teaching practice.
The Actors' Program brings you Earthquakes in London, an epic play that goes straight to the heart of how climate change affects our lives, relationships and how we think about the future.
‘How can I align my deepest desire with the world’s deepest need?’ This is the question that guides designer, Rui Peng, on his quest to become a true social entrepreneur.