American piano duo sisters Christina and Michelle Naughton tell Rebecca Fox about getting caught in an Oktoberfest parade and what it is like to perform with their twin.
Dunedin artist Graham Fletcher has been given the rare opportunity to see 20 years of his work displayed together in one place, at the Gus Fisher Gallery, as part of the Auckland Arts Festival.
Dunedin Symphony Orchestra Conductor Emeritus Nicholas Braithwaite is shedding some light on the life and skills of a conductor in his autobiography.
They look after some of our most precious cultural pieces - paintings, works on paper, objects, books - yet art conservators are often unseen and unacknowledged in their work.
A Dunedin art teacher has taken the concept of Russian nesting dolls and turned it into a canvas for her art, discovers Rebecca Fox.
Watching one of Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe’s videos makes a person wonder where their explosions of energy come from. They tell Rebecca Fox about the near misses and theatre in their work.
Jiri and Otto Bubenicek have let their baby fly and are now feeling slightly sad and nostalgic as their production of The Piano: the ballet hits the stage.
Three young New Zealand dancers have had their dream come true - they have been selected to play Flora, Ada’s daughter, in The Piano: the ballet.
Doing the groceries might seem like a chore, but an American researcher has discovered it has hidden benefits for young children’s development, Rebecca Fox reports.
Tonal, moody prints and pastels of some of Otago and Southland’s most outstanding landscapes are Marilynn Webb’s trademark. She tells Rebecca Fox that today’s political and environmental issues are...
Two hospitality junkies have ditched the long hours and constant go of Queenstown for a slower life in Dunedin. Kristie and Tom Macaulay tell Rebecca Fox why they moved to the coast.
A jack of all trades, Sofie Welvaert could not resist the challenge of directing and costume-designing for the Globe Theatre’s latest production, Wyrd Sisters. She tells Rebecca Fox about the fun...
Biting political satire from the 1990s, brought to life by young theatre practitioners at a time when it seems just as relevant. Rebecca Fox talks to the director of Arcade Theatre’s first play, FOLD.
Growing up in a creative family, it is no wonder Esther Bosshard discovered her talents lie with a pencil and paint brush. She tells Rebecca Fox about experimenting and finding her way.
Having closeted himself away in a studio for the past year, Frances Hodgkins Fellow Campbell Patterson is emerging a little lost and contemplative, finds Rebecca Fox.
Science and art meld in artist Raewyn Martyn’s ever evolving art practice. She tells Rebecca Fox about her time in Dunedin as Blue Oyster Gallery’s summer resident.
At just 23 years old, Jordan Dickson is directing his first play on the main stage of the Fortune Theatre. He tells Rebecca Fox about the excitement and trepidation of such a big challenge.
With a passion for New Zealand theatre, writing a book about Pasifika Theatre was inevitable for Lisa Warrington.