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’’.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Robert P. West, Jonette Murray, and Louise Menzies.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Justin Spiers, Laurel Project Space, and Saskia Leek.
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 this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Neil Frazer, Tom Voyce, and Martin Thompson.
Two teams of Toitu Otago Settlers Museum staff are making good progress in catching up with a backlog of about 2000 donated artefacts that are to be formally included in the museum collection.
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.
When the North Otago Museum reopens it will have ''multi-faceted'' displays, after the Waitaki District Council approved $420k to develop four themes for the main exhibition space.
From the strange to the sublime, the Dunedin Fringe Festival is back and has something for everyone.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Gallery 33, Neville Porter, and Annemarie Hope-Cross.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Rebecca Steedman, Pea Sea Art, and Moray Gallery.
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.
A historic cottage owned by Otago artist Pauline Bellamy continues to attract attention in tiny St Bathans. She talks to Adam Burns about her love for the Central Otago village and her home.
A mix of theatre, dance, music, visual arts and conversation form a packed six-day programme at this year's Southern Lakes Festival of Colour.
Riverton artist Wayne Hill has taken the opportunity to showcase his unique style once again in an exhibition which has already taken the community by storm.
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...
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at works on display at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, including those from a collection of contemporary Chinese art.