The Arsonists at The Court Theatre
The Court Theatre / 31 Jul 2019
M and H are master arsonists who never get it wrong – until they do. Covered in ash, M hacks into the ground to bury their biggest secret yet: H’s burnt body.
An artist at work at Vincents Art Workshop
Arts Access Aotearoa / 30 Jul 2019
As in any field, research is vital to confirm what we already know anecdotally. There’s already plenty of overseas and New Zealand evidence on the health benefits of creativity.
Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust / 16 Jul 2019
An empty window on Dunedin’s main street is set to bring a new creative spark to the city. White Box @ Fringe HQ is a new initiative from the Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust to showcase the work of talented
Thom Zimny
NZIFF / 15 Jul 2019
Award-winning film director Thom Zimny (The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash) will lead a Masterclass for filmmakers in Auckland as part of NZIFF 2019.
Susanna Shadbolt, Michael Weeks, Briar Toop Photo:  Lynda Feringa Aratoi Museum
Aratoi Museum / 15 Jul 2019
Three-year Sponsorship from Provincial Insurance Brokers an early 50th birthday gift for Aratoi in Masterton
The Father at The Court Theatre
The Court Theatre / 11 Jul 2019
An international sensation, The Father is the most acclaimed new play of the decade, challenging our misconceptions of time, memory and dementia in this profoundly moving and darkly comic masterpiece.
NOA Open Studio artists Jonathan Kan and Mitchell Pera at work in the foyer of Palmerston North’s Te Manawa, Museum of Art, Science and History.
Arts Access Aotearoa / 11 Jul 2019
" The creative spaces sector in New Zealand has a collective wealth of knowledge but it is only recently that we have been asked for our input and opinions in terms of future government funding.”
Damon Gameau
NZIFF / 9 Jul 2019
Australian directors Damon Gameau and Mirrah Foulkes lead the line-up of international guests confirmed to attend screenings at the New Zealand International Film Festival in July and August.