An exclusive preview of The Muse Project, a locally produced documentary that delves into the creative process.
From deep space to Dr Seuss, discover the cultural experiences that inspire this award-winning producer and composer.
Te Papa staff and Wellington High School students share their thoughts on the darkly disturbing paintings of New Zealand artist Tony Fomison.
In this exclusive extract from Women Now: The Legacy of Female Suffrage, Grace Taylor reflects on Te Papa's Pussyhat, on display at Te Papa's pop-up exhibition Doing It for Themselves: Women Fight for Equality – on now until the end of February.
New Zealand and Hong Kong-based contemporary artist Yuk King Tan explores the intersection between culture, work and identity. She is currently installing The New Temple - I give so that you may give, I give so that you may go and stay away at Te Papa in Wellington. Here she shares some of the artists that inspire her work.
September is Aotearoa's first-ever New Zealand Theatre Month. To mark the occasion we're catching up with some of the country's best theatre makers – like director and playwright Eleanor Bishop.
September is Aotearoa's first-ever New Zealand Theatre Month. To mark the occasion we're catching up with some of the country's best theatre makers – like director Jane Yonge.
We go behind-the-scenes with choreographer Neil Ieremia and Whitireia dance students as they rehearse for the upcoming show Black Grace + Friends.
Curator Leafa Wilson shares her pick of the female finalists from this year's National Contemporary Art Award, on show now until 28 October at the Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato.