Bevan Percival has created a stunning timelapse of New Zealand's ever-changing weather. Shot in the central North Island, the video attempts to capture the unpredictable nature of New Zealand weather.
Take four good looking, hip swaying, suave Maori guys crooning a mix of modern day & classic songs in Te Reo and English and you get: The Modern Maori Quartet.
Watch Trelise Cooper’s spectacular runway show that overflows with vibrant colours, sensuous fabrics and eye-catching detail, creating a strong look that exudes female empowerment.
The Winner of the 2013 World of WearableArt Supreme Award – “The Exchange” by Tatyanna Meharry & Natasha Meharry from New Zealand, talk about how they feel about winning the Supreme Award for their amazing costume.
Take a look at 25 years of amazing Supreme Winner costumes from the World of Wearable Show. First shown in 1987, World of Wearable Art began as a promotion for a rural art gallery in Nelson.
This beautifully made video, captures Wellingtonian’s reactions to the once in a lifetime experience of snow falling on Wellington’s famous Cuba Mall. Filmed and edited by Ro Tierney and music by Claude Debussy: Clair de Lune.
Take a look at Bill Culbert’s amazing artwork, ‘Front Door Out Back’, featured at the 55th Venice International Art Exhibition 2013. Bill Culbert works takes ordinary, found objects and makes them extraordinary, coupling them with his signature medium, electric light.
Air New Zealand presents a peek behind the scenes of the World of Wearable Arts in Wellington on Awards Night 2012. Designers and models talk about their experiences and thoughts on the wonderful World of Wearable Arts.
Enter another world with World of Wearable Art, a show where garment design and creativity meets theatrical performance in a completely magical and unexpected way.
Take a look at this amazing behind-the-scenes video of the making of the “World of Wearable Art” signature theme music recording sessions held in Prague 2009. WOW is New Zealand’s most amazing international arts and entertainment event of the year.
Watch this amazing time-lapse film by Bevan Percival shot at locations across New Zealand’s North Island. Percival captures moments in a way that brings the ingredients of strong composition, dramatic light and beautiful scenery together in a single frame.
View this amazing timelapse film shot around the volcanic plateau in the Tongariro National Park World Heritage area, under New Zealand’s beautiful southern hemisphere skies. This video was produced by Bevan Percival.
Take a look at this beautiful real time video of the moon rising over Mount Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand. People gathered at the Mount Victoria lookout on 28 January 2013 to get the best possible view of the moon …
“National treasure” Sam Hunt reads his poems at TEDxAuckland 2012.
Documentary film-maker Paul Young discusses his latest work, The Last Ocean at TEDxAuckland 2012.
Comedian, entertainer and social change agent Philip Patston presents his talk, The Label Libel, at TEDxAuckland 2012.
Booktrack founder and CEO Paul Cameron explains the future of reading in his talk, Reinventing Reading, at TEDxAuckland 2012.
Award-winning playwriter Pip Hall shares her presentation – Wet Hot Beauties – at TEDxAuckland 2012.
Learn about the inspiration behind the latest Designer Rugs collection, Kiwi Icons.
Taika Waititi talks about how creativity has helped him to express his ideas and led him to where he is today at TEDx Doha.
Part one of Gloria – the celebration of life performed by the Douglas Wright Dance Company of Wellington.
Part two of Gloria - the celebration of life performed by the Douglas Wright Dance Company of Wellington.
Part three of Gloria – the celebration of life performed by the Douglas Wright Dance Company of Wellington.
The final part (four) of Gloria – the celebration of life performed by the Douglas Wright Dance Company of Wellington.
A video reading of James K. baxter’s, Farmhand.
An excerpt from the Documentary Sister Galvan on Colin McCahon
An excerpt from the documentary made around the recording of John Psathas' concerto, View From Olympus
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra performs at Te Papa.
A beautiful piece comissioned by the Wallace Foundation: A landscape with too few lovers by Ross Harris
Simon O’Neill sings Puccini’s Nessun Dorma.
A video of John Psathas' beautiful Etude
Kiri Te Kanawa sings the Otello love duet with Placido Domingo.
The late Michael Brecker premieres John Psathas' sax concerto "Omnifenix" in Bologna, Italy.
Kiri Te Kanawa: Dove Sono