It’s hard to believe that just over a week ago I was interviewing a band preparing to embark on a national tour. Now we’re living in a world where every step outside our bubble must be carefully...
He describes himself as the "world’s worst multi-tasker", but Dr John Newton has two books in the works for his year as the Robert Burns Fellow 2020. He tells Rebecca Fox about his journey to Dunedin.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from the National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, and Eric Schusser.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Tom Voyce, Mighael Hight, and the Olga Gallery.
Nicola Hansby’s ‘‘Exquisite Corpse’’ exhibition may have fallen victim to the Covid-19 closures but it provides us with a clever idea for filling a few hours of isolation, writes Rebecca Fox.
Fans, performers and facilitators of live music are in for a tough few months as gigs are cancelled left, right and centre to reduce the community spread of Covid-19, writes Fraser Thompson.
The Cannes Film Festival, the world's largest, is postponing its latest edition in May due to the spread of the coronavirus, organisers of the annual event on the French Riviera say.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Gallery Thirty Three, Lizzie Carruthers, and a joint exhibition from Ola Hoglund and Marie Simberg-Hoglund.
British-Indian artist Anish Kapoor (66) is mounting his largest-ever UK exhibition of outdoor sculpture, including his famous Sky Mirror, a 5m stainless steel disc that turns the world around it...
Colin McCahon is considered one of New Zealand’s key 20th Century painters. To commemorate the centenary of his birth last year, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery is celebrating his Otago connections...
The Dunedin Fringe Festival has been cancelled following the arrival of the Covid-19 outbreak in Dunedin.
Queen & Slim director Melina Matsoukas talks to Simran Hans about working with Beyonce, filming in a polar vortex and being told that casting ablack woman in a lead role isn't profitable.
One of three works by Michael Illingworth (1932-1988) in the Hocken Pictorial Collections is The Painter and the Poet, from 1965.
Lyttelton’s Kate Owen has been quietly writing music for 20 years and, based on this, her debut album, it shows.