Otago Daily Times: Arts

Attendance 'on a par'

Attendance 'on a par'

The more than 10,000 tickets sold to Arts Festival Dunedin this year put attendance rates ''on a par'' with past festivals with similar calibre artists, festival director Nicholas McBryde says.

Art seen: October 23

Art seen: October 23

''Door to the Ocean'', Steev Peyroux and Olav Nielsen (The Artist's Room)

Keeping busy

Keeping busy

A man who fills his time with many things, from composing, recording and playing music and collaborating with other artists to completing a PhD, raising money for the Himalayan Trust and growing beards - the 2014-15 Mozart Fellow keeps himself busy. Charmian Smith reports.

Thieves in the night

Thieves in the night

A spectacular show involving cabaret dancers, aerial silk dancers, fire performers, bands and singers, a pop-up art exhibition and market with fortune-tellers is on this weekend at Sammy's.

Sculptures by the sea

Port Chalmers artist Charlotte Parallel has created a work for NZ Sculpture OnShore, a biennial outdoor sculpture exhibition which raises funds for Women's Refuge NZ and is held at the clifftop Fort Takapuna Reserve on Auckland's North Shore.

Arts addict satisfied for now

Arts addict satisfied for now

Debbie Vercoe (55) holds her Arts Festival Dunedin guide and tickets to Requiem for the Fallen before entering the Dunedin Town Hall yesterday.

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