With strong political and social threads, theatre-artist Alice canton uses storytelling to create spaces for multiple voices to be heard, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Because of their heritage and slave titles, the Australian South Sea Islanders' cultural ancestry is almost non-existent.
"Bark'', Dick Frizzell (Central Stories Museum & Art Gallery, Alexandra)A hand-painted road sign advertising farm produce and firewood for sale. The words "Garage Sale'' lettered across a piece...
In 1979, the Hocken received an outstanding gift from Colin and Anne McCahon of a 1.8m high kauri sculpture by Invercargill-born artist, ceramist and teacher Alison Duff.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Marion Wassenar, Eliot Coates and Viky Garden.
Artist Michel Tuffery has a soft spot for Dunedin, due in part to fond memories from his student days. He talks to Rebecca Fox about his latest project marrying his love of the environment with his...
A former Dunedin man abused by two different offenders within the Catholic Church says a love of art has helped him heal.
Walt Whitman’s work was ground-breaking and, to some, shocking. But some in Dunedin liked it a lot, writes Tom McLean.
With a fascination for electronics and figuring out how things work since he was a child, it is no wonder Simon Holden is chuffed his latest project has come to life. He tells Rebecca Fox what it...
Night lights have gone on the murals at Waimate’s landmark silos and another mural has been completed at the site.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens examines exhibitions from Emma Chambers, Joanna Margaret Paul, and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
A few months after an Aussie put his mark on a wall in Queenstown, the resort’s put its stamp on a wall across the ditch.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Graham Bennett, Peata Larkin, and Viky Garden.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Matthew Galloway, Michael Morley, and Pea Sea Art.
Whether it is vinyl, magnetic board, canvas or glass, Sara Hughes finds the material to create and convey her ideas. Rebecca Fox reports.
Going for a walk in the mountains not only inspires Wanaka artist Sophie Melville, it also centres her. The busy mother of three tells Rebecca Fox about getting things done.
One of Claude Monet's iconic paintings of haystacks has fetched a record price at an auction in New York.
For Maniototo wood carver Luke Anthony, carving some of New Zealand’s birds from homegrown timber is a combination of local ingredients and a longtime passion.