Dunedin artist Craig McIntosh is the first recipient of a new award.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works by Matheson Beaumont, Sandra Bianciardi, and Pauline Bellamy.
Mayu Tanigaito and Daniel Gaudiello will take the lead roles of Giselle and Count Albrecht in the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Dunedin performance of Giselle. The pair talk to Rebecca Fox about the...
International dancer, teacher and choreographer Ethan Stiefel swapped leggings and dance shoes for leather and a motorbike recently. He tells Rebecca Fox about life after the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at works from Barry Cleavin, a collaboration between Xin Cheng and Chris Berthelsen, and the University of Otago's Special Collections.
A cumulative interactive exhibition between creative spaces around New Zealand has begun. Rebecca Fox talks to its southern initiator Benton Glassey.
This week in Art Seen James Dignan looks at works from Helen Back, Chris Heaphy and a dual exhibition of Daegan Wells and Connah Podmore.
Material rejected or destined for the rubbish will be repurposed as part of an exhibition with a difference at Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Rebecca Fox talks to those behind the concept.
Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions by Hannah Kidd, Garry Currin, and Megan Huffadine in this week's Art Seen.
For many people time feels like the enemy — there is never enough of it. Rebecca Fox talks to Kevin Karney, who believes people are too driven by time.
This week, ODT art critic James Dignan reviews works by Billy Apple, Doris Lusk, and Maja Moritz.
Artist Hannah Kidd hates being the centre of attention but is more than happy for her work to take centre stage. She tells Rebecca Fox about her latest exhibition.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works from Jon Thom, Charlotte Parallel, and Gallery De Novo's winter exhibition.
Bluff-based Dunedin poet Cilla McQueen is about to show a series of art works that might surprise and puzzle. She tells Rebecca Fox about overcoming her technology phobia.
Mixing art, science and technology can have some unexpected results. Rebecca Fox talks to two Americans hoping to help Dunedin tackle climate change issues.
This week, art critic Laura Elliott looks at works by Euan Macleod, Dick Frizzell, an Megan Huffadine.
Gigs and Dances 50Dundas, 50 Dundas St. •Sunday, 7.30pm: Dunedin Folk Club American Night.
If she were alive today, artist Doris Lusk would have celebrated her 100th birthday last month. Instead, the milestone will be marked with an exhibition of her work, Rebecca Fox finds.
Whether playing or composing, Isaac Shatford is in his element. The promising young musician tells Rebecca Fox about his musical journey so far.
‘‘Three Naive Painters’’ (Brett McDowell Gallery)