A taonga, eight months in the making, was blessed yesterday morning at its new home, the Invercargill Public Library.
Thirty-five Dunedin and Otago artists are supporting a Polish cultural group’s bid to raise funds for to renovate Broad Bay’s historic Church of Mary Queen of Peace.
With the title ‘‘Aids for Black Magick’’, the visitor is invited to view the work of Nick Harte and Michael Morley through the lens of the occult.
Dunedin actor Peter Hayden has long wanted to work with top NZ director and choreographer Sara Brodie again, so the NZSO's production of The Soldier’s Tale was too good an opportunity to miss.
Most students at some time have had the urge to tear up their study notes and texts but Karley Parker actually did it - in the name of art, of course.
"Picnic", John Z. Robinson(Moray Gallery)Moray Gallery is easing into the year with a short series of one-week exhibitions. One of those is "Picnic", an interesting collection of work by John Z....
This week’s sharp reminder of Covid-19’s unpredictability will have Dunedin artist Marie Strauss’ audience looking at her latest work with fresh eyes. Strauss explains to Rebecca Fox about the...
Megan Huffadine's work has long paid homage to Wunderkammer, the cabinets of curiosities that collated artefacts from geology, natural history, archaeology, antiques and artworks.
New Dunedin Arts Festival director Charlie Unwin finally got to release his first programme this week. He tells Rebecca Fox about the highlights and lowlights.
This time last year, Jo St Baker was putting the final touches on her first New Zealand exhibition since returning to the country only to have it cancelled due to the Covid-19 lockdown. About to...
"Somewhere Between Nothing and Nowhere" Phoebe Hinchliff and Luke Shaw(Blue Oyster)In the 1970s, American artist Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-78) removed entire external walls to reveal the inside of...
If New Zealand’s fringe artists are not "fringey" enough this year, Dunedin Fringe Festival goers will for the first time be able to watch selected international performers overseas on the internet.
The effects of the weather on the landscape is the inspiration behind Mt Peel artist, Jennifer Harrison’s first solo art exhibition.
A touchstone, which recognises the increasing diversity in the Southland community and the common needs that "tie us all together", was given to Invercargill city yesterday.
Known as NZ's "best little arts festival", the much anticipated programme for the ninth Festival of Colour in April has been launched at the Lake Wanaka centre.
Lyttelton-born artist Bill Hammond, 74, noted for the environmental and socially-aware themes of his work, has died.
"Rangimarie", Israel Birch(Milford Galleries)THE title of Israel Birch’s third solo exhibition at Milford Galleries, "Rangimarie", means peacefulness and harmony. The works in "Rangimarie" continue...