There are collections within the collection at Olveston, Jenny Longstaff writes.
Cool and Collected
It is rare for a blockbuster exhibition to get closer to New Zealand than Melbourne. In 2019, though, art lovers can at least look forward to a feast of works by our most famous expatriate painter,...
In the first of a new series on the little-known stories behind some of Dunedin's collections, Otago Museum reveals how part of the fabled HMS Bounty fetched up in Dunedin.
An old tin can dug up in Dunedin, although foreign, is a reminder of early industry in the city, writes Peter Read.
Just how did a "beautifully spotted leopard'' come to be in the possession of Otago Museum? Rosi Crane explains.
Xpressway Records collected an eclectic and significant snapshot of the live music scene in the 1980s and early '90s, writes Amanda Mills.
The featured costume from Toitu's Material Culture gallery is Rua Wight's Women's Auxiliary Army Corps uniform. A hard-wearing, functional garment that still managed to look stylish.
At Toitu Otago Settlers Museum, in the display which looks at the finer side of life in Victorian Dunedin, is a reminder of the days when household servants were employed in the city.
Otago Museum's fin whale skeleton has proved to be a source of entertainment, instruction and education, writes Rosi Crane.
One hundred years ago, men from Otago were taking positions on the Western Front, writes Seán Brosnahan.
In ancient Greece it took a special artist to portray the goddess of sex, Aphrodite, as a fully naked female, writes Robert Hannah.