Artists from as far afield as Kaukapakapa north of Auckland and the deep south make up the finalists of the 2018 Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award.
An epic painting by one of New Zealand’s most sought-after artists has been acquired by Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato thanks to support from Trust Waikato.
A haunting play, depicting an event etched into the minds of those it touched 25 years ago, returns to Hamilton for a season at Waikato Museum.
The Nelson Fringe Festival programme has something for everyone including drama, improv, comedy, dance and couple of stand-up comedians.
Artists entering the National Contemporary Art Award, managed by Waikato Museum, will now vie for a prize pool of more than $27,000 thanks to the addition of two new sponsors for 2018.
A ceramic work simultaneously robust and fragile is the major winner of the 2017 Waiclay National Ceramics Awards held at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato.
An exhibition of art exploring the life experiences of a growing group of New Zealanders opens at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato this Saturday, 26 August.
The winner of Waikato Museum’s National Contemporary Art Award is a work that is both visually stunning and emotionally evocative.
The finalists of the 2017 National Contemporary Art Award have been decided with 50 artworks by 48 artists from across New Zealand selected.
Time to start finding subjects and painting faces. Entries for the 2018 Adam Portraiture Award are now open.
An exhibition honouring New Zealanders who fought and died in Belgium in World War One opens at Waikato Museum this Friday [April 14].
The 28 sculptural artworks selected as finalists for the 2017 Fieldays No. 8 Wire National Art Award prove the imagination and creativity of Kiwi artists and DIYers knows no bounds.