By James Dignan
There aren't many art mediums Sorawit Songsataya hasn't tried, and they are revelling in the time that being the Frances Hodgkins Fellow is providing for them to investigate more, discovers Rebecca Fox.
Challenges faced by creative people during the Covid-19 pandemic have inspired John McGlashan College pupils to respond with kindness.
A chance spotting of work in an exhibition led Dunedin’s RDS Gallery’s Hilary Radner to seek artists for her latest group exhibition.
The Dunedin Arts Society is keen to encourage young artists to exhibit, so this year introduced the Elizabeth Howie Young Artist Award for emerging artists under 30 at its annual exhibition....
A magical fairyland will fill the grounds of First Church, against a backdrop of jaw-dropping projections, in the new-look Dunedin Midwinter Carnival.
Artist and writer Gregory O’Brien jumps at any opportunity to come south, so he is looking forward to giving a talk in Dunedin.
Logan Park High School year 13 pupil Billie Charters’ experimental painting investigates textural surfaces, use of colour and painterly layering.
A new exhibition in Invercargill is set to provide some fun and celebrate the simple joy that comes from informal play.
Naseby artist Jenny Chisholm’s connection to the land, sea and sky is reflected in her landscape paintings and sculptures.
Dunedin’s George St has often been swathed in the projections and video installations by David Green.
Henry Turner is one of the youngest artists to feature in Christchurch Art Gallery's permanent collection. Susan Sandys spoke to the 22yo about his achievements - and why blue is a "terrifying" colour.