When Volker Gerling goes walking he has a different mission in mind than most. He will bring his journeys to life in a show to be staged at Wanaka’s Festival of Colour, he tells Rebecca Fox.
The cultural phenomenon of Polish poster art is in Dunedin as part of a celebration of 250 years of Polish theatre.
This week in Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Angela Burns, Faith Wilson, and Rob Piggott.
The world premiere of Daniel Belton's latest work, Axis - Anatomy of Space, was a 360-degree aural and visual immersion.
The graffiti artist who painted a tribute to cartoonist Murray Ball has come forward, saying he needs to thank people for the public response.
The extraordinary breadth of cultures living side by side in Dunedin will be celebrated at the inaugural Dunedin International Storytelling Festival today.
A St Hilda’s Collegiate School pupil has been awarded two of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority’s (NZQA) top painting awards.
Get on board the bordello body bus. Cabaret performer Glitta Supernova, of Sydney, said the bus has stopped at Dunedin Fringe Festival for her show Body Map.
The Dunedin Fringe Festival shows from South Africa have been cancelled due to immigration issues.
A Belgian artist is installing a metal sculpture shaped like rising waves near the seat of the European Union to honour the victims of the militant attacks on Brussels a year ago that killed 32 people and wounded hundreds.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is "firmly committed" to Wellington and will continue to hold performances in the capital despite its performance venue closing for earthquake strengthening.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Pauline Bellamy, Jason Greig, and the Fe29 Gallery.
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...
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.
If you walk out of the Dunedin Fringe Festival comedy Attention Seeker tonight you won’t be the first to do so.
Question and Answer time with Raybon Kan, a comedian performing at the 2017 Dunedin Fringe Festival.
English comedian Simon Clayton is set to hit it out of the park, but not on his own yet.
A dusty cache of rare paintings by one of New Zealand's greatest artists has been found in an English attic, nearly 70 years after her death.
Shawn McAvinue talks with comedian Jeremy Elwood, who is returning to the Fringe Festival after an absence of several years.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Milford Galleries and the Brett McDoweill Gallery.