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New exhibition lets visitors fully immerse themselves in 19th century art

A new exhibition is giving visitors a chance to step into the world of Monet, Renoir, Matisse and other iconic […]

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Exhibition celebrates the female gaze with 21 women photographers

A new exhibition will be opening this March, celebrating the work and vision of 21 talented women photographers.

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Sell-out show Emilia comes to NZ for first international production

After sell-out seasons at London’s West End and Shakepeare’s Globe, Emilia is set to open on the New Zealand stage next month. […]

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Jennifer Ward-Lealand: Jack of all trades

Legendary actress, director and singer Jennifer Ward-Lealand has been named New Zealander of the Year for 2020. This queen of Kiwi stage spoke to MiNDFOOD about her colourful career and how her passion for theatre developed.

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Rural Northland transgender couple to tell their story at NZ Fringe

A transgender couple from Northland are set to delve deep into their story of hormonal gender transition.

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Inside the exclusive Japanese Modernism exhibition at the NGV

The National Gallery of Victoria has opened an exclusive exhibition showcasing more than 190 works from the first half of the 20th century – a culturally formative period in Japan.

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Our must-see shows from the 2020 Adelaide Fringe Festival

The largest open-access arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere will once again, take over the city of Adelaide. The Adelaide […]

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New Zealand Festival of the Arts: Behind the creation of Te Ata

Internationally-acclaimed director and choreographer Lemi Ponifasio is one of three supremely talented artists to guest curate the New Zealand Festival of the Arts this year.

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Reese Witherspoon’s book club is on the lookout for a new librarian

Fancy yourself a book worm? Reese Witherspoon’s popular book club, Hello Sunshine, is on the hunt for a new librarian. […]

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Christchurch celebrates the influential work of Frances Hodgkins

“I am not to be trusted on a railway station – the longing to board the train and be off is irresistible.”

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Where to celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 in Australia

From electrifying lion dancing to spectacular lantern displays, see the best Chinese New Year celebrations across Australia.

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Sam Smith to perform at Sydney Mardi Gras

Singer Sam Smith is set to jet Down Under for a special performance at Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

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MONA FOMA: The world’s ‘most diverse’ music and arts festival

When Violent Femmes bassist Brian Ritchie quit New York City for the rural charms of Tasmania, he was looking for somewhere more quiet. Twelve years later, he heads up one of the world’s most inspiring and eclectic music festivals.

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Award-winning play War Horse returns to Australia

The ambitious play, War Horse uses cutting-edge life-sized horse ‘puppets’ to tell a moving story that brings World War I to life on stage.

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Così Review – Theatre in Sydney

Written in 1992 by Australian playwright, Louis Nowra, Così is the story of naïve uni student Lewis’ heroic attempt to […]

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Who is Colin McCahon?

Colin McCahon is widely recognised as New Zealand’s foremost painter, and a distinctive figure in 20th-century art. Who is Colin […]

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Colin McCahon

Undoubtedly one of the most important New Zealand artists of the 20th century, Colin McCahon’s centenary is being marked by […]

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Designing Paradise

Renowned architect Geoffrey Bawa not only lived in Sri Lanka for much of his life, he also left an indelible […]

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Find Adventure In Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka offers lots of amazing options for anyone looking for an adventure. Find Adventure In Sri Lanka Go On […]

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Vegas’ Food Revolution

There’s more to the culinary scene in Las Vegas than the celebrity-laden Strip. Julie Miller meets some of the people […]

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Stage flight: How Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte launched himself into space

The story of how Canadian billionaire Guy Laliberte launched himself from Montreal busker to astronaut by way of Cirque du Soleil.

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The Keeper: A love story that shines a light on post-war tensions and forgiveness

Die-hard football fans will no doubt know the story of Bert Trautmann, the German prisoner-of-war during World War II who ended up playing for Manchester City in the FA Cup.

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Secret life of The Queen to be revealed in ‘unprecedented’ book

The Queen has given her confidante “unprecedented permission” to publish a tell-all book detailing their close friendship spanning 25 years.

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French chef Marc Veyrat to sue Michelin over rating snub

Celebrated French chef to sue Michelin, saying inspectors mistook the cheese in his souffle for Cheddar before demoting his restaurant.

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