Arts

Art seen: September 18

Art seen: September 18

This week James Dignan examines the works Barry Brickell, Eliot Coates, Jane Crisp and Julie Greig.

His Own Steam, Barry Brickell (Dunedin Public Art Gallery)

Baby or no baby?

Baby or no baby?

When faced with a difficult choice, people react in different ways. Charmian Smith talks to Helen Fearnley about The Choice, which opens at the Globe Theatre next week.

Aftermath of jukebox killing explored

Aftermath of jukebox killing explored

1950s New Zealand was in a moral ferment over the behaviour of teenagers. A new play about the intergenerational effects of that time has its world premiere at Arts Festival Dunedin next month, Charmian Smith reports.

Art seen: September 11

Art seen: September 11

''Au'', Tara Douglas and Murray Eskdale (Mint Gallery)

Missionary is fertile territory for opera

Missionary is fertile territory for opera

Tension, drama, jealousy, romance, war, spirituality and kings and chiefs make for a great story. Anthony Ritchie and Michelanne Forster's new opera This Other Eden, about events 200 years ago, has its world premiere in Arts Festival Dunedin next month. Charmian Smith reports.

Art seen: September 4

''New Paintings'', Lorene Taurerewa (Milford Galleries Dunedin)

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