Rebecca Fox

Shining light on lives

Shining light on lives

Former Dunedin man Hamish Steptoe has dipped his toes in to lighting design and never looked back, he tells Rebecca Fox.

The lights fantastic

The lights fantastic

The old song lyrics ‘‘you light up my life'' take on a whole new meaning when it comes to light festivals, as Rebecca Fox discovers.

The language of line and colour

The language of line and colour

Bluff-based Dunedin poet Cilla McQueen is about to show a series of art works that might surprise and puzzle. She tells Rebecca Fox about overcoming her technology phobia.

Toi o Tahuna and Milford make cut

Toi o Tahuna and Milford make cut

Art fairs are becoming increasing popular for artists and admirers alike and, after a three-year hiatus, the Auckland Art Fair is returning with Otago connections, Rebecca Fox discovers.

Wizard of Oz a labour of love

Wizard of Oz a labour of love

New Zealand Ballet's production of The Wizard of Oz had its origins in calamity, but it has been born again to the delight of its choreographers and designers. They tell Rebecca Fox about the work behind the scenes. 

Food dreams come true

Food dreams come true

Two Mosgiel mums have joined forces to make their food dreams come true. Rebecca Fox talks to the pair about their new venture.

Paid to travel the world

Paid to travel the world

Christchurch born and bred, Richard Belcher enjoys coming home to perform with the string quartet Enso, he tells Rebecca Fox.

Fit for the catwalk (+ video)

Fit for the catwalk (+ video)

These are experienced shoppers and stylists. Rebecca Fox watches as a group from Otago Polytechnic's fashion school go op-shopping.

A night with Richie’s mate

A night with Richie’s mate

If anyone can bring a room to a standstill with just one word - ‘‘fellas'' - it is New Zealand actor Byron Coll. He tells Rebecca Fox how a commercial provided one of his most amazing experiences to date.

Connecting the dots

Connecting the dots

A range of domestic items most of us take for granted are getting the whitewash treatment at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Gallery director Cam McCracken tells Rebecca Fox about ‘‘The Obliteration Room''.