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.
Take a wild ride to paradise with Indian Ink’s powerful new play about impermanence – of life, love … and ice cream! Touring multiple dates around New Zealand from 20 June to 1 September.
From May till September, visit Whirinaki Whare Taonga to view this exhibition by teamLab.
Six arts projects which will challenge New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asian cultures have been awarded grants by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
After 23 years with the Foundation, Jennifer King, our culture director, retired this year - leaving behind an incredible legacy of bringing Asian arts and culture to the New Zealand public.
Our Strategic Arts Partnership Fund is to build long-term partnerships with major organisations to enable the delivery of projects, events or festivals that give New Zealanders significant opportuniti
Our arts programme aims to bring Asia into the mainstream of New Zealand arts by inspiring New Zealand arts professionals to grow their connections and knowledge of Asia. It also supports the presenta
Watch the production of 'The Mourning After' during the Kia Mau Festival in Wellington, and at the Q Theatre in Auckland.
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.
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
Acclaimed Chinese artist Bifei Cao – this year’s WARE (Wellington Asia Residency Exchange) artist in residence – uses innovative design to comment on current issues and reinterpret Chinese culture.
Back in New Zealand after a three-month Foundation residency in Varanasi, India, artist Elliot Collins reflects on how the city, the Ganges and the people have influenced him.