We talk to poet Doc Drumheller, the editor and publisher of art magazine Catalyst, about attending the 39th World Congress of Poets (WCP) in Bhubaneswar, India.
The three women who founded Wellington’s Chinese New Year Festival reflect on how it has developed since the early days and talk about the significance of perennial festival favourite East Meet West.
Artist Lipika Sen describes her residency in Mayurbhanj, India, where she and her co-artist Prabhjyot Majithia stayed in a palace with an erstwhile royal family and silently roaring tigers.
New Zealanders will be treated to visual feasts from Chinese, Korean and Japanese cultures thanks to the latest round of arts grants from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono.
The Foundation's Programmers Tour is for up to five performing arts programmers from across the national venue and festival sector to travel to Asia to attend an international arts market opportunity.
This opportunity provided by the Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand is for an artist to undertake a residency at Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo.
Asia-themed art installations and shows are set to make a big impact thanks to new grants from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono.
Auckland Live digital curator Nolwenn Lacire travelled to South Korea in June to learn about the country’s digital art scene and attend the International Symposium of Electronic Art in Gwangju.
Musician Shayne Carter writes about the three months he spent as the inaugural artist in residence at creative/civic hub Bangkok 1899 where he immersed himself in local culture and composed and perfor
Fashion designer Kiri Nathan recently travelled to China with a group of other Māori fashion designers. Read about their trip in China, and also the establishment of Kāhui Māori Fashion Collective.
A select group of dancers, artists, poets and filmmakers are now readying themselves for a life-changing experience in Asia after receiving a Foundation grant.
This programme aims to promote artistic exchange between Taitung on Taiwan’s picturesque east coast with artists from around the world and is managed by the Taitung County Government.