Maths meets dance in the premiere of a new contemporary work by New Zealand choreographer Victoria Columbus. She talks to Rebecca Fox about the Fibonacci sequence.
Reminiscing about the first Tally Ho! concert, Metitilani Alo and Molly Devine remember the weirdness of people asking for their autographs and of being inspired and star struck.
When Scott Bezett steps on to the Dunedin Town Hall stage in the role of Jesus, it will be his first experience performing with a full orchestra.
Scott Elmegreen has been telling stories all his life, so it’s no wonder he has made a career out of it. The American writer tells Rebecca Fox about the importance of keeping his work diverse.
A collection of Crown Lynn swans has dominated Dunedin artist Rod Eales’ work of late, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Abby Howells’ love of music and theatre has led to some difficult times, but discovering the bravery of female performers who have gone before her has given her direction.
Dunedin’s Fringe Festival aims to bring experimental contemporary art to a wider audience, so the Otago Art Society has embraced an age-old practice with a twist in its latest exhibition, ‘‘The Nude’’.
The power of humour and laughter is immeasurable when treating any sort of illness. Actor Lisa Brickell is harnessing that ‘‘power’’ to raise awareness of post-natal depression. Rebecca Fox reports.
Fashion designers from around the world have taken on the challenge of working ‘‘tiny’’ in a collaboration with Dunedin art gallery Gallery De Novo.
David Burt’s passion for his birthplace is evident as soon as he starts talking. Rebecca Fox talks to the new owner of Bracken and finds his passion for Scottish-inspired food is still going strong.
There are not many genres of piano music Jan Preston has not attempted. The Australian-based Kiwi pianist tells Rebecca Fox about her love for the piano and her home country.
A cello can be a great percussion instrument and the bass clarinet can squawk like a didgeridoo under the hands of musicians in the Blackbird Ensemble.
A fascination with artist Colin McCahon's "missing hours" has led Auckland artist John Reynolds to take on a large-scale project at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
In its 2019 Concert Series, the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its relationship with the University of Otago, which is marking its 150th. Rebecca Fox talks to the stars of this year’s programme.
They may come from different countries and different backgrounds, but those involved in Hemispheres share a passion for dance. Rebecca Fox talks to the dancers.
Dunedin’s Globe theatre tackles an American classic in Death of a Salesman, in the play’s 70th anniversary year. Rebecca Fox discovers a cast and crew passionate about the play.
Dunedin’s Fringe Festival is an ideal opportunity for emerging artists to test their ideas and mettle. Rebecca Fox talks to first-time playwright Ruth Carraway.
Louise Menzies’ time as the Frances Hodgkins Fellow has come to an end but her work from the past year is just coming alive on the walls of the Hocken Gallery.
Visiting New Zealand for the first time, pianist Catherine Geels could not let the opportunity to see what is believed to be the world’s longest piano in Dunedin go by, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Bringing together different aspects of life and people is symbolised in Jenny Hjertquist's latest work, the inaugural commission for the Otago Polytechnic's "Four Plinths" project, discovers...