Bringing together different aspects of life and people is symbolised in Jenny Hjertquist's latest work, the inaugural commission for the Otago Polytechnic's "Four Plinths" project, discovers...
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at works on display at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, including those from a collection of contemporary Chinese art.
Dunedin-based artist Saskia Leek likes to visit the same territory repeatedly. She tells Rebecca Fox why she is attracted to the simple.
Colac Bay carver James York headed to the Antarctic yesterday to help put the finishing touches on one of the first examples of traditional Maori carving on the continent. He spoke to Rebecca Fox...
A Banksy artwork that shredded itself as it was sold at auction is on display at a German museum - after officials made sure the mechanism was no longer working.
Auckland artist Dick Frizzell will be the next artist in residence at Alexandra's Henderson House - the timing of which is "serendipitous", he says.
Sarah Kalmakoff speaks to about 100 people who attended her brother Peter Entwisle's memorial tribute at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery yesterday.
The annual Robert Burns Poetry Competition stirs up memories and inspires writers from near and far. They share their winning words with Otago Daily Times readers.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Milford Gallery, Tyler Kennedy Stent, and Robert Macdonald.
Departing Henderson House artists-in-residence Gregory O’Brien and Jenny Bornholdt say they were ‘‘unprepared’’ for the lasting impact Central Otago would have on them.
Dr Jean Marie Carey's studies at the University of Otago have helped the art historian to identify two art works in a Florida museum as earlier looted by the Nazis.
Artists with a passion for making a change in the environment have the chance to become an Environment Envoy with Dunedin Dream Brokerage.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Milford Galleries, Gretl Barzotto, and Gail De Jong.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Xu Shen, Yang Yongliang, and Jonathan Jones.
Summer Times reporters recently spent time following Southerners going about their daily lives. Today Barry Cleavin shares his day with John Gibb.
Life drawing model Rhia Robb went from being a bundle of nerves as a first-timer to a regular who has become so relaxed she has gone to sleep while posing.