This piece is inspired by the novel Refugee by Alan Gratz, with the task of writing from the perspective of a side character in the novel, observing the actions of the main characters. This piece...
Living in a vast universe, on the only known planet to support life, how can one not feel utterly alone?
John McGlashan College pupil Flook Chinsaswat’s work uses technical skills to evoke certain feelings and thoughts, specifically those of angst and fear.
It is unclear if Southern schools are following the lead of a Christchurch girls’ school that conducted a survey and found 20 cases of rape and hundreds of sexual harassment.
A new approach to raising the literacy skills of 5-year-olds has been released in two Dunedin primary schools.
This work by year 13 art pupil Ariana Jamieson expresses the connection of tangata whenua to their land.
The sun was almost hesitant, the big ball of gas was covered by clouds every other moment and it introduced a cold wind each time.
Columba College year 13 art pupil Lily Frewen’s painting is areference to her being a relatively recent immigrant to New Zealand. It looks at connections with earlier generations of immigrants who...
It's not hard to believe when we think of flowers and art, cherry blossom trees, lively bunnies, butterflies and beaches.
This is the final painting of Stella Caulton’s NCEA level 2 art folio, which explores her theme of an enchanted forest.
Gabriel Curtis, Year 9, Kavanagh College. We look around while the boulders fall down gracefully. We’ve been climbing this mountain for about a fortnight now.I, Elvewyn, and my two friends set off on...
Three former southern secondary school artists have had their creations selected for the 2021 Top Art Exhibition.
The number of teachers being disciplined by the Teaching Council of New Zealand appears to be on the rise again in Otago and Southland.