The newest crop of University of Otago Arts Fellows will work on projects covering everything from religion to a folk ball.
A Dunedin-born renowned and increasingly reclusive artist has died, leaving family and friends searching for a stashed treasure trove of about 2000 paintings.
Fae McKenzie, of Kaitangata, works on an abstract painting during the inaugural session of Artsenta’s relaunched Balclutha Creative Wellbeing group at the South Otago Creative Arts Centre in Balclutha.
Arts scene doyenne Barbara Brinsley is concerned the true value of the Dunedin Hospital art collection is being overlooked, both in the current hospital and the future one.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary environmental educator Sam Purdie enjoys shining a light on the wonders to be found in people’s backyards.
A piece of Dunedin’s underground art history is set to be lost forever, with a last-ditch effort under way to preserve a pair of nearly 30-year-old murals before they are gone.
Billy Apple, one of New Zealand's most influential artists and a pioneer in the pop art movement, has died at the age of 85.
Covid-19 may be preventing us from getting out and about, but exhibitions can still be enjoyed online, writes James Dignan.
It has been about 30 years since Philippa Blair exhibited her work in Dunedin and she had been looking forward to revisiting the city of her forebears until the latest Covid- 19 outbreak. From her...
Make sure your underwear has been removed from your washing line before taking part in Janine Thompson’s new photo exhibition.
Artist Sonya Lacey loved her time in Dunedin as part of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Visiting Artist Project so much so she took inspiration from one of the city’s leading institutions, the Otago Daily Times.
In 2019, Kalisolaite ’Uhila spent 11 weeks in Otepoti Dunedin as part of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery’s Aotearoa New Zealand Visiting Artist Programme.
After a shaky start to her Frances Hodgkins Fellowship due to the Covid-19 lockdown, artist Bridget Reweti has been able to realise the project she came south to do, she tells Rebecca Fox.