Okay, so there’s only seven for those of us without red hair.
Two significant public artworks have been commissioned for the NZ International Convention Centre - and they are going to be big.
Phil Grabsky makes immersive cinematic experiences about art. His latest series starts with David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts and brings his tally to nearly 200.
New artistic icons welcomed to a prestigious circle of 20 with Arts Foundation's greatest honour.
In his first full-length play, emerging playwright Richard De Luca explores why Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ is still relevant so many years after it was written.
The Big Idea talked to beloved landscape artist Stanley Palmer on the eve of his latest exhibition Chart of Aotearoa and asks what advice he’s got for aspiring artists.
How can art and comedy be served by our discomfort? We talked to Angella Dravid this week about getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Moscow International Film Festival rolls out the red carpet this month for homegrown indie film STRAY. Success by any measure - but it may not be there without its innovative crowdfunding campaign.
A two-night fundraiser season for critical hit Power Ballad, described by one reviewer for The Edinburgh Guide as maybe ‘the second weirdest Fringe show I've ever seen.’
Keith Aberdein, an NZBC reporter on the scene of the Waihine Disaster 50 years ago, reflects on he experience as NZ On Screen releases a commemorative collection.