Debbie Vercoe (55) holds her Arts Festival Dunedin guide and
tickets to Requiem for the Fallen before entering the Dunedin
Town Hall yesterday.
Kelly Kirkwood doesn't profess to know ''loads about art'',
even though the walls of her home are covered in it.
The percussion ensemble Strike performs its show Between
Zero and One at the Regent Theatre last night, as part of
Arts Festival Dunedin.
A choir of the dead will bring the impossibly unpleasant
alive in Requiem for the Fallen in a World War 1
commemoration as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.
One artists (from left) Simon Kaan, Rua McCallum, Nigel
Jenkins, Donnine Harrison and Daniel Belton, of Dunedin, in
their multi-media installation at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum
auditorium, as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.
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