Playwright, choreographer and performer Jan Bolwell has turned her search for more information about her North Otago grandfather’s war service into a one-woman show. She tells Rebecca Fox about putting her family’s history on stage.
To help celebrate Dunedin’s Scottish connections a poetry competition is held every year. Rebecca Fox talks to this year’s judges about what they are looking for.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Terry Stringer, Di ffrench, Rodney Hamel.
A British art dealer who abused his position by stealing clients' artworks, including many paintings by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, was jailed, the state prosecution service said.
It is the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Joseph Skelton’s first role as Romeo and he is discovering it is a roller-coaster ride. He tells Rebecca Fox about his lead role.
With a new workshop and new urban lifestyle, New Zealand sculptor Terry Stringer has said goodbye to 20 years of country living. He tells Rebecca Fox about making the transition.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions by Marie Strauss, Francis Upritchard, and a joint exhibition from Cora-Allan Wickliffe and Daniel Twiss.
Three Dunedin artists have made the finals of the prestigious national Wallace Art Awards.
In this week's Art Seen: James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Laurence Aberhart, Karen Baddock, and Rachel Hope Allan.
With the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands commemorated in early August, Gillian Vine looks at how three Dunedin artists recorded the Pacific War.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Inge Doesburg Gallery, and Mike Crawford
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941, New Zealanders realised the possibility of invasion was a very real one.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Jenna Packer, Miranda Parkes, and a collaboration between Fu-On Chung and Sam Thomas.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions by John Shewry, Annemarie Hope-Cross, and Ellie Gray and Jane Shrifter.
A German-Israeli artist who accuses Twitter of failing to delete hate speech tweets has taken matters into his own hands - by stencilling the offending messages on the road in front of the company's Hamburg headquarters.
A never-before-seen painting of the founding father of Auckland, Sir John Logan Campbell, has sold for a record-breaking half-million dollars at auction tonight.
Kingston artist Emma-Kate Moore entered the Parkin Drawing Award for the first time and, much to her surprise, was one of eight artists to have two works selected for the finals.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at a joint exhibition from The Artist's Room, the Brett McDowell Gallery, and Marie Shannon.
Talking to Auckland artist Marie Shannon is like reminiscing with an old friend about the good times, the bad and the random, finds Rebecca Fox
A series of projects are being held to celebrate the dedicated community of independent artists working in Dunedin, Rebecca Fox discovers.