Ancient Chinese cultural traditions will be showcased on the first day of Chinese New Year at Waikato Museum on Saturday (25 January).
The annual call is out to turn an iconic farming product into art with kiwi ‘No.8 wire ingenuity’.
Nearly 200 people attended the opening of a new exhibition in Hamilton featuring works that explore the contemporary and ancestral importance of Maaori and Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) women.
A new large-scale exhibition featuring works that explore the contemporary and ancestral importance of Maaori and Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) women opens at Waikato Museum on Saturday, 14 September
Dunedin-based artist Ayesha Green has won the prestigious $25,000 National Contemporary Art Award for 2019 for a painting entitled Nana’s Birthday (A Big Breath).
Finalists for 2019 National Contemporary Art Award announced
The 2019 Fieldays No.8 Wire Art Award will be hotly contested with two past winners, four recent place-getters and a previous People’s Choice Award recipient among this year’s finalists.
One of Aotearoa’s most notable and decorated artists will judge the 2019 National Contemporary Art Award.
Scarface Claw, the roughest and toughest, boldest and bravest of cats, takes centre stage at Waikato Museum in an exhibition dedicated to the villain of the Hairy Maclary and FriendsTM book series.
The heart of rural communities as well as the atmosphere, lifestyles, and culture of early 1990s New Zealand are celebrated in a nostalgic exhibition at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato.
A selection of the most significant images to appear in National Geographic magazine are now on display at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato.
In this adorable claymation pic, Jimmy learns about the beauty and simplicity of permaculture.