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...
Colac Bay carver James York headed to the Antarctic yesterday to help put the finishing touches on one of the first examples of traditional Maori carving on the continent. He spoke to Rebecca Fox...
Dunedin-based artist Saskia Leek likes to visit the same territory repeatedly. She tells Rebecca Fox why she is attracted to the simple.
As everyone settles into their school routines, the reality of preparing school lunches every day hits. Rebecca Fox takes a look at some of the options.
Growing up in Argentina with Italian family heritage, it's not surprising Pablo Tacchini became a chef. The Beef + Lamb ambassador chef tells Rebecca Fox it's taken a lot of hard work to get to this point.
People should move much more and not ‘‘outsource’’ their movement, says 2018 Caroline Plummer Fellow in Community Dance Matthew Onarheim-Smith. He tells Rebecca Fox about the necessity for people...
As we start a new year, it is good to look at what’s in store on the arts scene in Otago. Rebecca Fox looks at the highlights for 2019.
Dunedin's galleries, both private and public, have another strong year ahead.
The daunting prospect of having an entire year to just write has been swept away by the need to create, Robert Burns Fellow for 2018 Dunedin poet Rhian Gallagher tells Rebecca Fox.
Rebecca Fox goes through some of the best cookbooks this year.
Chinese artist Yang Yongliang is known for his detailed multimedia works which reinvent the Chinese landscape tradition. He tells Rebecca Fox about his passion for the environment.
Rebecca Fox talks to Hocken photography curator Dr Anna Petersen about how photography impacted painter Frances Hodgkins.
With interest in contemporary Chinese art exploding worldwide, Dunedin Public Art Gallery is providing a glimpse into the practises of Chinese artists. Rebecca Fox talks to curators Lucy Hammonds...