Auckland artist Arielle Walker is dedicated to preserving and learning the traditions of storytelling and textiles. On her first visit to Dunedin she tells Rebecca Fox about the importance of...
BY ROBYN MAREE PICKENS"Captain Paradise", Philip Jarvis(RDS Gallery)In the process of thinking about and with Philip Jarvis’ exhibition Captain Paradise, I am drawn once again to consider the...
While they may have left their summer home at the Lake Wanaka marina, two larger-than-life grebes materialised at Wanaka Wastebusters at the weekend.
With only one exhibition space and more than 18,000 art works in its permanent collection, there are many treasures that are rarely seen first-hand in the Hocken Pictures collection.
Landscapes are ubiquitous in NZ art; with natural beauties stretching the length of the country, there is endless inspiration for artists to depict the peaks and plains, the lakes and peninsulas, the dramatically changing seasons.
Dunedin artist Kate Fitzharris works on a ceramic sculpture The Commons, which explores the collision between public and private spaces, in the Dunedin Botanic Garden at the weekend.
A scene from "everyday life" in the Dunedin Public Art Gallery collection provides a missing link, writes Lauren Gutsell.
Top New Zealand dancer and choreographer Taiaroa Royal is re-establishing his connection to Otakou by returning to the stage to dance in Dunedin production Wairua.
"A Song About Samoa — Fanua (Land)",Yuki Kihara(Milford Gallery)In Yuki Kihara’s second Kimono series, "Fanua (Land)", the artist continues to examine personal and Samoan national historical...
As the Dunedin Fringe Festival closes and two other arts festivals loom, their directors peruse each other’s offerings.
An abandoned musical instrument was the key to a creative art exhibition in this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Exquisite corpse is a well-known exercise in which each participant creates a drawing that responds to the indicative lines or forms that cross the crease in the paper preceding it.
A Dunedin student’s discovery and publication of poems by World War 1 conscientious objector Archibald Baxter is shedding new light on previous little-known parts of his life.
A virtual reality art exhibition is transporting people to a psychedelic and colourful world during this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Subtle aromas of acrylic on canvas, and kitty litter mixed with something only cats can produce — it was not the atmosphere of a traditional art exhibition.