Otago Daily Times: Arts

Travels and transience

Travels and transience

Scottish artist Jen Smith's first Dunedin exhibition documents not only her travels but also the kindness of strangers, writes Shane Gilchrist.

High hopes for exhibition spaces

High hopes for exhibition spaces

Robert Piggott opened his gallery earlier this month after spending the preceding six months renovating the Jetty St premises, which comprises two exhibition spaces along with a printmaking and painting studio at the rear.

Art Seen: April 28

Art Seen: April 28

Samantha McKegg reviews works by Diana Smillie, Michael Harrison, and Matthew Galloway.

Footnote takes four choreographers’ works on tour

Footnote takes four choreographers’ works on tour

With a dancer and choreographer originally from Dunedin, Footnote Dance Company's NOW 2016 season has strong southern links, its managing director Richard Aindow tells Rebecca Fox.

Art Seen: April 20

Art Seen: April 20

This week, James Dignan examines works by Tony Cribb, Chris Charteris, and Paul Allen.

Drawing on the past, presenting the future

Drawing on the past, presenting the future

Dunedin artist Flynn Morris-Clarke does not take his art too seriously but is still nervous about his first solo exhibition at Gallery De Novo, he tells Rebecca Fox.

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