A move to Dunedin has proved to be life-changing for Auckland-based artist Ayesha Green. She tells Rebecca Fox about the impact of having time to play.
The creativity expressed in art might be more important than the hard data of science when it comes to our processing environmental problems, artist and scientist Jenny Rock tells Maureen Howard....
New awards showcasing Central Otago's arts will hopefully become a regular event, those behind the initiative say.
With a fierce love of animals, Dunedin artist Rachel H. Allan stretched her emotions to breaking point for her new exhibition. She tells Rebecca Fox about how animals are seen as disposable.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Blue Black, Peter McKay, and Louise Menzies.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works by Neil Dawson, Jenni Stringleman, Pauline Bellamy.
A painting by mysterious British artist Banksy shred itself into pieces at the moment it sold for more than 1 million pounds at a London auction.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Aroha Novak. Gary Blackman, and Cora-Allan Wickliffe.
In New Zealand, 9000 people suffer a stroke every year. For many, the outlook is grim despite a desire and a capacity to be connected and contribute to society. Bruce Munro talks to some who have...
It has been five years in the making and faced a few hurdles along the way but Emily Duncan’s play Eloise in the Middle will premier this month. Rebecca Fox talks to Duncan and actress Sara Georgie...
They bonded over comments on United States President Donald Trump and now the creative collaboration between Dunedin artist Ewan McDougall and American musician Harold Anderson is about to...
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Hocken Collections Gallery, The Artist's Room and Fe29 Gallery. "Sisters Communing'', (Hocken Collections Gallery)The...
Dunedin's two-yearly arts festival is ready and raring to take to the stage today after problems with everything from finding venues to finding missing paint were resolved.
Three young New Zealand artists together in London 55 years ago, have been reunited in an exhibition.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Eskdale Gallery, Lisa Wilke and Vanessa Jones, and Aroha Novak.
Writing a piece to commemorate Captain James Cook’s arrival in New Zealand proved a unique challenge for composer Dame Gillian Whitehead.
125 years ago the New Zealand Parliament passed a Bill that gave the vote to all adult women. To mark the occasion, Dunedin’s Hocken Gallery and Blue Oyster Project Space look at the past to discover its relevance today.