The cultural phenomenon of Polish poster art is in Dunedin as part of a celebration of 250 years of Polish theatre.
New Zealand’s ‘‘nappy lady’’ is expanding her crusade to helping people reduce their food waste. Kate Meads tells Rebecca Fox about her latest campaign.
A lifetime of her art taking the back seat is well and truly over for Otago artist Tania Jack. On the eve of her first solo exhibition she tells Rebecca Fox about the changes in her life.
A visit to the University of Otago’s anatomy museum sealed a life-long interest in anatomy for Dunedin artist Nicola Jackson — one that has reared its head for her latest exhibition, discovers...
Rebecca Fox takes a look at a new exhibition paying tribute to the Benson and Hedges Fashion Design Awards.
Creating a dance work to be shown on a 360-degree dome has required some creative thinking from choreographer Daniel Belton and his technical team. They tell Rebecca Fox about the challenge.
We all dream about the places we would love to travel to, but poet Jenny Powell has taken it a step further.
The fear of standing up on stage has passed for Irish comic Mary Bourke who will tread the boards at Dunedin’s Fringe Festival.
Dunedin artist Ruth Evans tells Rebecca Fox why she chose a board game for her master’s degree of fine arts project.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is bringing the never performed in New Zealand Roland Petit ballets of Carmen and L’Arlesienne to Dunedin on its national tour. Rebecca Fox finds out what makes these...
Leaving their guitars behind to instead be accompanied by a 64-piece orchestra has the Modern Maori Quartet excited about the possibilities. Rebecca Fox finds out how the collaboration has come...
Otago chefs have held their own in a national competition to see who can cook red meat the best, finds Rebecca Fox.
With its 50th celebrations over, the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is starting afresh in new premises with a new season of events. Rebecca Fox finds out what it has planned for audiences this year.
The current goings on with social media savvy US President Donald Trump makes Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing quite relevant, its directors believe.
Word is getting around that the Dunedin Fringe Festival is the place to be for actors, comedians and performers of all types.
The face of Blue Oyster Art Project Space for the past three years, Chloe Geoghegan, is handing over the reins to a new director, Grace Ryder.
Dunedin was not on writer Victor Rodger’s radar until he received the Robert Burns Fellowship. A year later he calls the city ‘‘the big easy’’, he tells Rebecca Fox.
Actor John Bolton once turned up his nose at teaching and directing but has since discovered both pastimes can be fruitful. He tells Rebecca Fox about his journey to Dunedin.
One of New Zealand’s most successful brands to flourish without a celebrity chef endorsement, Botswana Butchery is looking to conquer bigger markets after releasing its first cookbook. Rebecca Fox...