Online wānanga with Mr G

If you follow artist ‘Mr G’ (Graham Hoete) you may have seen him announce an upcoming online wānanga Te Pūtahitanga starting soon.

Posted: Monday August 15, 2022

Ōtepoti Writers Lab Residency

Ōtepoti Writers Lab is proud to announce a brand new opportunity for a local writer to carve space and time to focus on writing…

Posted: Monday August 15, 2022

Whakahoa Whakawatea Kaitoi Tangata Holdsworth Creative Spaces Fellowship

This fellowship supports a tutor/facilitator-led project that involves artists within a creative space working collaboratively. Accessibility will be built into the creation and/or presentation of new or existing work. For example, it could be audio description, sensory experiences, and/or incorporating NZSL.

Posted: Thursday August 11, 2022

University's 2022 creative writing competition opens

Writer 2022 offers Otago’s staff, students and alumni the opportunity to harness their creativity and write a short story or a poem inspired by this year’s theme “Brave New World”.

Posted: Thursday August 11, 2022

A H Reed Track

Posted: Wednesday August 10, 2022

Dunedin singer steps out at Abbey Road

A former Dunedin resident is making the most of opportunities offshore by recording at the same studio where The Beatles made music history and the Lord of the Rings soundtrack was forged.

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

Buried Treasures: The Secrets of Foulden Marr

Foulden Maar holds globally unique fossil secrets revealing not just our ancient past but our possible future. Today, however, the future of the 23-million-year-old site near Middlemarch is far from certain, Associate Prof Daphne Lee tells Bruce Munro.

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature celebrates Friendship

To mark International Friendship Day on 30 July 2022, Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature highlighted the exceptional writing career to date of Swapna Haddow, who has just completed her tenure as University of Otago College of Education/Creative New Zealand Children’s Writer in Residence.

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

Verb Wellington Writer’s Residency With Katherine Mansfield House & Garden

Verb Wellington and Katherine Mansfield House & Garden have come together to offer their third annual opportunity to spend time in one of the world’s most vibrant literary cities to focus on your writing.

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

New book shares stories of life with a brain injury

Dunedin woman Beverley Livingstone shares living with a brain injury and her love of community and singing in a new book released by the Brain Injury Association Otago.

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

Funding keeping creative work alive

Five new theatre residencies have been awarded to allow Dunedin practitioners to develop - rather than perform - new work. Rebecca Fox finds out what that means for those involved.

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

Ngāpuhi writer wins Surrey

The winners of the coolest writers residency award in the Southern Hemisphere

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

Te Kaihau: The Windeater and Lost Possessions by Keri Hulme

Reviewed by Paula Morris

Posted: Tuesday August 9, 2022

First episode of 'Minor Gossip'

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022

‘Parallax’ book inspires school photography project

A snapshot of the world of photography has been provided to children at Dunedin’s St Leonards School.

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022

Mad Doggerels

Poet laureate David Eggleton and Pacific Daren Kamali are about to embark on their month long Mad Doggerel Cabaret tour combining a comical and lyrical portrait of Aotearoa New Zealand and its place in the South Pacific today

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022

Storylines Te Kahurangi Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira Award

The Storylines Te Kahurangi Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira Award is for a manuscript written originally in te reo Maori.

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022

Storylines Betty Gilderdale Award

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022


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