The guide: What's on this week

The Bog, cnr London and George Sts.
 •Tonight: Dan Shea.

Carey's Bay Historic Hotel, 17 Macandrew Rd, Port Chalmers.
 •Sunday, 4pm: Into The East.

Chick's Hotel, 2 Mount St, Port Chalmers.
 •Tonight: Tattletale Saints.

Coronation Hall, 1 Balmacewen Rd.
 •Saturday, 8pm: Swamp Thing.

Crown Hotel, Rattray St.
 •Today, 9pm: DJ Soul Stealer and DJ Area 26.
 •Saturday, 8pm: The Under Score Orchestra.

Embers, 2 Manor Pl.
 •Sunday, 7.30pm: New Edinburgh Folk Club presents Flora Knight and Ben Woolley.

Fork and Tap, 51 Buckingham St, Arrowtown Saturday
 •7.30pm: Into The East

Gin and Raspberry, 155 Ardmore St, Wanaka.
 •Tomorrow: Tattletale Saints.

McNulty Green, Old Cromwell Historic Precinct.
 •Tomorrow, 6.30pm: Into The East.

Speargrass Inn, 1300 Fruitlands-Roxburgh Rd (SH8), Alexandra.
 •Sunday, noon: Alistair Monteath.

Family fun
Clyde Railway Station Reserve, Fraser St, Clyde.
 •Sunday, 10am-2pm: ''Clyde on Sunday'' Waitangi Day market.

Dunedin Botanic Garden, Lower Garden Information Centre.
 •Daily 10am-4pm: Duck food free from information centre.
 •Tuesday to Sunday, 11.30am-3pm: tractor-train rides depart near duck pond.

Orokonui Ecosanctuary, 600 Blueskin Rd, Waitati.
 •Daily, 11am: takahe feeding.

Otago Museum, 419 Great King St.
 •Sunday, 1pm-3pm: ''Is Peripatus in Your Backyard?'', drop in to learn how to keep tabs on peripatus in your area and discuss citizen science with Dr Angela Caballero Alfonso.
 •Daily, 11am: ''Butterflies' first flight'', Tropical Forest demonstration. Free with Tropical Forest admission.
 •Daily, 11.30am and 3pm: ''Jurassic Bugs'', Discovery World science show. Free with Discovery World admission.
 •Daily until Saturday: ''The Five Heroic Tasks of Otago Museum'' summer reading trail. Borrow your backpack from the Discovery Desk, atrium level 1. Daily until February 8: ''Dung Beetle Derby'' school holiday gallery trail. Collect your trail from the Discovery Desk, atrium level 1.

Ranfurly i-Site lawn, Charlemont St, Ranfurly.
 •Tomorrow, 10am-4pm: ''Not Just Art on the Green'', art, crafts, collectibles, etc sold and exhibited.

University Book Shop, 378 Great King St.
 •Fridays, Saturdays, 10.30am: story time.

Visitor Information Centre, 26 Princes St.
 •Daily, 10am: Walk Dunedin, inner-city walking tours. Meet at visitor centre.

Music and performance
Lauder, Central Otago.
 •Today until Sunday: Lauder Ukulele Festival.

Lowburn Community Hall, Lowburn Inlet.
 •Tomorrow and Saturday, 7pm: ''Pacificfest'', culture of the Pacific presented by Lakeside Church.

Otago Museum, Cumberland St.
 •Tomorrow, 1pm: ''Waitangi Day Waiata with Jonny Dyas'', classic Kiwi pop tunes played on grand piano.

St Paul's Cathedral, the Octagon.
 •Tuesday, 12.50pm-1.10pm: George Chittenden plays popular organ music chosen by audience ballot.

Upper Clutha Presbyterian Church, 91 Tenby St, Wanaka.
 •Saturday, 7pm: concert featuring opera singer David McAtamney.

Fortune Theatre, Stuart St.
 •Opens Saturday, until February 28: Outside Mullingar. 

Talks and films
Burns 2 lecture theatre, University of Otago Arts Building.
 •Tuesday, 5.30pm: ''John Buckland Wright, Engraver and Book Illustrator'', talk by Christopher Buckland Wright.

Dunedin City Library, 230 Moray Pl.
 •Wednesday, 6pm: ''Festival Gems'', the Dunedin International Early Music Festival's artistic director will introduce the festival and highlight the library's pre-festival exhibitions.

Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Octagon.
 •Tomorrow, 2pm: ''Changing Perceptions of the Treaty, 1840-2040'', Waitangi Day talk by Dr Lachy Paterson.
 •Saturday, 3pm: ''Insightful'' tour for the blind and visually impaired of Erica van Zon's exhibition ''Dogwood Days''.
 •Sunday, 3pm: Screening of !Women Art Revolution, documentary about feminism and visual arts.
 •Wednesday, 11.15am: ''Tour for Tots'', free baby-friendly half-hour tour of an exhibition.

Fletcher House, 727 Portobello Rd, Broad Bay.
 •Open daily 11am-4pm: guided tours.

Forrester Gallery, Thames St, Oamaru.
 •Tuesday, 5.30pm: Artist's talk by Michele Beevors on her exhibition ''The Wreck of Hope''.

Olveston, 42 Royal Tce, Dunedin.
 •Thursdays, 4.30pm: Theomin art collection tours. Bookings essential.

Otago Museum, 419 Great King St.
 •Daily, 2pm: ''Highlights of the Museum'' guided tour. Meet at information desk.
 •Daily, 1pm: ''Bugs: the Mega World of Minibeasts'' exhibition talk.

Alexandra Community House, Centennial Ave.
 •Tomorrow to Sunday, 10am: Central Otago Art Society Pop Up Art Exhibition.

Arrowtown Gallery, 8 Berkshire St.
 •Works by various artists.

Artica, 26B George St, Port Chalmers.
 •Ongoing: decorative artworks by Kirsten Andreae, paintings by James Cordery.

The Artist's Room, 2 Dowling St.
 •Works by Diana Smillie; ''Yet another touch of Whimsy'' by Crispin Korschen, Rachael Garland, Emma Butler, Fiona Tunnicliffe and others.

Bellamys Gallery, 495 Portobello Rd, Macandrew Bay.
 •Until Sunday: `'Look Both Ways'', Guy Garey forged iron, Beth Garey works on paper. Cloakroom Gallery, cnr Ballarat and Stanley Sts, Queenstown.
 •Until February 18: ''Solo Artists Wall''.

Dunedin City Library, 230 Moray Pl.
 •Until March 8: ''Marvels of the Renaissance: The Renaissance in Context'', first floor exhibition space; ''Heritage Early Music Exhibition'', third floor heritage room. In conjunction with the New Zealand International Early Music Festival.

Dunedin International Airport.
 •February: ''Silent Observations'', photography by John Caswell.

Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Octagon.
 •Until March 1: ''The Crystal Line'', Peter Trevelyan.
 •Until March 1: ''His Own Steam'', ceramics by Barry Brickell.
 •Until March 8: ''Shield'', Tara Douglas (a rear window project).
 •Until March 15: ''Dogwood Days'', Erica van Zon. Until March 15: ''Visible Structures'', Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano.
 •Until March 15: ''Floating Studio'', Fiona Connor and Alicia Frankovich.
 •Until March 15: ''The town wrist watch'', Nick Austin.
 •Until March 31: ''Belonging'', works from the gallery.
 •Until April 12: ''Parallel Play'', works by Frances Hodgkins and her European contemporaries.
 •Ongoing: ''Mythos'', curated by Aaron Kreisler.

Eastern Southland Gallery, 14 Hokonui Dr, Gore.
 •Until February 15: ''New Urban Realists'', Ruth Cleland, Gary McMillan and David Woodings.

Forrester Gallery, Thames St, Oamaru.
 •Until Sunday: ''Ben Ohau'', paintings by Belinda Weir. Until February 15: ''The Wreck of Hope'', sculpture by Michele Beevors.
 •Until March 1: ''Look Again'' featuring works by Colin Wheeler.
 •Until April 30: ''Memorial Oaks''.

Hocken Collections, University of Otago.
 •Until Saturday: ''Whakapono: faith and foundations'', exhibition celebrating the Marsden bicentennial 1814-2014.

Hullabaloo Art Space, Melmore Tce, Old Cromwell Historic Precinct.
 •''New Fibres'', Andi Regan. Thousands of hand-tied cable ties create a new textile.
 •Gallery open 10am-4pm daily.

Inge Doesburg Studio and Gallery, 6 Castle St.
 •Until February 15: ''Summer Show''. Thursday-Saturday noon-2pm and by arrangement.

Koru Gallery, 2 Castle St.
 •From Saturday until February 16: ''Something Old Something New'', avian pottery by Bron.

Milford Galleries Dunedin, 18 Dowling St.
 •Until Wednesday: ''Summer Show'': paintings, glass and ceramics, sculpture and works on paper.

Milford Galleries Queenstown, 9a Earl St.
 •Until March 4: ''The Earl Street Journal''.
 •From Saturday until March 4: New works by John Walsh, Mark Mitchell, Reuben Paterson, Neil Dawson, Garry Currin, Layla Walter and Karl Maughan.

Mint Gallery, 32 Moray Pl.
 •Work by Murray Eskdale.

Moray Gallery, 55 Princes St.
 •February 27: ''Shadows of the Sea'', paintings by Angela Burns.
 •Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-4.30pm; Saturday, 11am-2pm.

Nadene Milne Gallery, 16 Buckingham St, Arrowtown.
 •Group show featuring John Pule, Shane Cotton, Russell Moses, Stephen Bambury, Gretchen Albrecht, Michael Parekowhai and Elizabeth Thomson.

 Banksy print Barcode, 2004.

North Otago Museum, 60 Thames St, Oamaru.
 •''From Little Towns in a Far Land'', World War 1 centennial exhibition.

Old Creamery Gallery, 230 Harington Point Rd, Lower Portobello.
 •Oil and acrylic landscapes by Douglas Williams, Henry Lowen-Smith and Geoff Williams.

Otago Museum, 419 Great King St.
 •Until March 1: ''Ice Lab: New Architecture and Science in Antarctica''.
 •Until May 10: ''Bugs: The Mega World of Minibeasts'', in the Special Exhibitions gallery.
 •Ongoing: ''Sir Edmund Hillary: New Zealander''. Stairwell display.

Owaka Museum Community Gallery, 10 Campbell St, Owaka.
 •Until February 14: ''The Summer Show'', works by Bob Wyber, Jane Downes and Bob Steiner.

Southland Museum and Art Gallery Niho O Te Taniwha, Queens Park, 108 Gala St, Invercargill.
 •Until March 22: ''Under the Cracks, Behind the Shadows'', Helen Back.

South Seas Gallery, 1088 Brighton Rd, Brighton.
 •Until March 14: ''A Room of St Clairs'', Lindsay Crooks.
 •Open 1pm-5pm, Friday-Sunday.

Steampunk HQ, 1 Itchen St, Oamaru.
 •''Mythos'', works by Donald Paterson and Kano.

Stuart St Potters Co-operative, 14 Lower Stuart St.
 •Until February 14: Peter Gregory and Lorna Isaac.

Studio Red Gallery, 12 Miners Tce, Bannockburn.
 •New works by Sarah Anderson, Lizzie Carruthers, Megan Huffadine, Kim Logue, Rebecca Stewart and Jim Wheeler.

Toitu Otago Settlers Museum, Queen's Gardens.
 •Ongoing: ''Dunedin's Great War 1914-1918'', World War 1 commemorative exhibition.
 •Victory Medal, a sculpture by Helen Pollock.

University of Otago de Beer Gallery, first floor, central library.
 •Until March 5: ''The World of Joseph W Mellor (1869-1938) Chemist, Ceramicist and Cartoonist''.

Warbirds and Wheels, Wanaka Airport.
 •Ongoing: ''Come Up and See My Etchings'', Grahame Sydney.

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