The Taieri Dramatic Society continued its 70th anniversary celebrations with a play written and directed by Geoff Smith, regular local performer, director and onstage man.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Nick Austin, James Hope, and Sandra Bianciardi.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from The Artist's Room, Otago Museum, and Amy Melchior.
A Dunedin-born artist is one of four nominees for New Zealand’s top art award, the Walters Prize. Rebecca Fox asked Jacqueline Fraser about her work.
James Burchell has an extra spring in his step this week after being awarded a ballet scholarship to study at Vitacca Vocational School of Dance in Houston, Texas.
Arts Festival Dunedin 2018 is 137 performances across 36 theatre, music, dance and visual arts shows in 10 days. Here's a selection of some of the highlights.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from the Kawita Vatanajyankur, Nichola Shanley and Beth Caird
An Otago advertising graduate says rebellious student culture was behind her edgy, award-winning redesign of classic cartoon character Beryl the Peril - the female equivalent of Dennis the Menace.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Sam Bennett, Nigel Brown, and Yuki Kihara
Having just given his inaugural professorial lecture, David Bell looks back on the place of art education in New Zealand. He tells Rebecca Fox about the changes that have taken place.
Dunedin artists Miranda Bellamy and Robert West have made the finals of NZ's premier drawing award, the Parkin Drawing Prize 2018. Rebecca Fox talks to them about their work.
Dunedin’s arts community will have the chance to put its stamp on the refurbished Ross Creek Reservoir, in a unique joint arts and engineering project.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliot looks at exhibitions from Richard Adams, Jane Mitchell, and the Hullabaloo Art Space.
Art and science will meet in "Oku Moana (My Oceans)'', an exhibition and community event celebrating both Puaka Matariki and the New Zealand International Science Festival.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Moray Gallery, Hocken Collections, and Chris Charteris
Kazan artists worked through the night painting a mural of Argentina's Lionel Messi to match one of Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo on a building opposite, saving the blushes of the World Cup host city.
The kindness of strangers and a clear determination to get his mural finished meant after more than a day and night with no sleep Tyler Kennedy Stent was close to finishing his mural yesterday.
Pam McKinlay is saving the planet, not one, but a dozen interactive art works at a time. Bruce Munro talks to the Dunedin artist and curator.