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UV works on display in new exhibition

8 Aug 2023

The innovative work of Maureen Lander (Ngāpuhi, Te Hikutu and Pākehā) is celebrated in a new exhibition at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.


Gallery visitors greeted by new harakeke art work

15 Sep 2022

At your next visit, make sure you look up – a brand new commission from Mata Aho Collective is now swooping down from the skylights and across the foyer at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.


Proposals sought for Performing Arts Precinct site

7 Jun 2023

Those who want to be part of Christchurch’s Performing Arts Precinct now have the opportunity to secure a prominent site in the heart of the development.


Godwits artwork could swoop into Christchurch

1 Jul 2019

A public artwork paying tribute to the bar-tailed godwits that spend the summer on Christchurch’s Southshore could soon be flying high in South Brighton.


Former addict inspiring others through hip hop music

10 Aug 2022

Hunter Wilson had hit rock bottom.


Go Live festival celebrates city’s musical talent

17 Jun 2021

She’s drawn comparisons with ‘80’s hip hop group Beastie Boys and alt rockers Garbage but Emma Dilemma describes her sound as “a mixed bag of pop, rock, grunge, hip hop and disco!”


Ōtautahi Year of the Arts celebrated with huge Block Party

24 Nov 2023

A celebration of local arts, culture and creativity - the Block Party brings together neighbouring arts organisations in one huge afternoon.


Celebrating 10 years of cabinet art in Ōtautahi Christchurch

8 Mar 2022

A joint initiative between Christchurch City Council’s Graffiti Team and telecommunications provider Chorus has helped turn dozens of mundane metal cabinets into small works of art.


New exhibition reveals wild disorder of nature

31 Jan 2022

What do an ant’s eye, orange peel, a hibiscus flower, rhubarb, bacteria and a space blob have in common?


Public pick Spire for Christchurch’s city centre

9 May 2019

An interactive lighting display that features nine spires which change colour as people move around them will be installed in central Christchurch.