Local artists have collaborated in a unique exhibition using new media to explore the effects of climate change.
United States master printmaker, painter and teacher Dan Welden is back in Dunedin as the 2024 Caselberg InPrint Resident — 20 years after another residency first brought him to the city.
Bryn Jones’ mermaid will float over the Peter Nicholls Sculpture Plinth on the Knox lawn for the next four months.
Winning the Craigs Aspiring Art Prize came as a surprise for Wellington-based, English artist Zoe Marsden who has only recently begun dedicating herself to her art practice again.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery’s latest long-term exhibition is "Huikaau: Where Currents Meet", a walk through the changing artistic attitudes of the gallery since its founding in 1884.
A major New Zealand tribute act says it and other bands are skipping coming to Dunedin because of poor experiences with the Regent Theatre.
The entrance to Oamaru’s Te Whare Koa marae will soon be adorned with new pou made by a travelling group of carvers and their students.
A three-week residency in Broad Bay last summer provided Dunedin artist Ed Ritchie with the time and space to start to devise his latest exhibition.
Renee — no surname required — emerged from humble origins to become one of New Zealand’s most influential writers.
Wānaka's Holy Family Catholic School is the place to be for artists and art connoisseurs alike this weekend, as the Craigs Aspiring Art Prize returns for another year.
The Dunedin Public Art Gallery is celebrating the life of Bay of Plenty-born Otago artist Marilynn Webb with a comprehensive retrospective filling the entire first floor of the gallery.
Dunedin’s arts calendar for 2024 is starting to fill up. Rebecca Fox takes a look at some of what has been programmed so far.
A Dunedin artist who creates dreamlike works of fantasy says it feels "surreal" to win international recognition for his work.