An innovative creative wellbeing pilot programme in Waitaki is being extended to Central Otago.
A small break in the clouds in a remote Fiordland valley was all a Niwa freshwater ecologist needed to capture a prize-winning photograph.
After two days creating a mural in Oamaru’s town centre, artists (from left) Dave Kingan, Al Bell, Philina den Dulk, Matthew Wicks and Luzette Crossan are ready for the next challenge.
Initially armed with her mother’s Instamatic camera, award-winning Ranfurly photographer Janyne Fletcher has been photographing "stuff" since a young age.
Holding up a canvas print of his award-winning photograph Cat in the Bush is Thomas Hill (17), of John McGlashan College, outside the Otago Museum yesterday.
Tribute is being paid to long time Dunedin potter and educator Neil Grant with a survey exhibition and book on his life’s work. Rebecca Fox talks to author Peter Stupples about Grant’s extensive...
Despite being brought up in a Western culture, Dunedin artist Phyllis Smith has always been aware of her Maori ancestry and her whanau’s land at Te Awa Koiea.
Last year, Covid-19 heavily pruned Central Otago artists’ exhibition plans, but they quickly rebounded after lockdown, courtesy of travelling New Zealanders.
The newest crop of University of Otago Arts Fellows will work on projects covering everything from religion to a folk ball.