Chinese Moon Festival

Moon Festival Poetry Competition - 15 September - 18 October 2019

Posted: Thursday September 19, 2019

Lighthearted variety in three short plays

Barbara Frame reviews Cold Season, The Poisoners and Noble Endurance

Posted: Wednesday September 18, 2019

Rap Like Robbie Poetry Competition

Write a poem inspired by Robert Burns and score yourself $500, sponsored by the Dunedin-Edinburgh Sister City Society!

Posted: Monday September 16, 2019

All the world's a stage

Posted: Friday September 13, 2019

Curtain rising on short play festival

Posted: Thursday September 12, 2019

Writer Returns for 2020 Residency

Posted: Thursday September 12, 2019

1869 The Year That Was

Exhibition, Special Collections, Otago

Posted: Wednesday September 11, 2019

Guiding a privileged journey

Knowing your family's stories can be profoundly grounding, says publisher Gareth St John Thomas. So he has set out to help you capture yours.

Posted: Monday September 9, 2019

Kezia Field - Art Nesting Shapes Illustrated Book

"My daughter and I are creating an illustrated book in honour of my late husband Hunia, who we recently lost to suicide. The book is based on a letter we found soon after, where Hunia thanks me for my support throughout his ongoing depression.

Posted: Sunday September 8, 2019

British playwright and dramaturg Fiona Graham

28 Plays from around the world are about to be performed in Dunedin, over just three days. There's a Jacobean farce, there's a comic murder mystery, but the marathon also includes plays that cover tough issues like self harm and rising sea levels.

Posted: Sunday September 8, 2019

Challenging the audience

Chicago-based producer and director Tanya Palmer will have some advice for young playwrights when she visits Dunedin for next weeks Unesco Cities of Literature Short Play Festival. She tells Rebecca Fox it is part of making sure theatre remains a vital live art form.

Posted: Sunday September 8, 2019

Foundation laureate awarded to Fearnley

Posted: Friday September 6, 2019

Are you the next Director of Blue Oyster?

Blue Oyster Art Project Space exists to enable emerging and experimental arts practitioners to work in an innovative, experimental and non-commercial environment. We aim to broaden the interest and understanding of contemporary arts by providing a forum for discussion and debate.

Posted: Monday September 2, 2019

Students prepare for Short Play Festival

Posted: Monday September 2, 2019

Arts Foundation Laureate Awards

Meet Laurence Fearnley

Posted: Sunday September 1, 2019

Cheese is not a vegetable

With slightly less than a week until I depart for my Unesco Cities of Literature residency in Krakow, Poland, as a representative of Dunedin Unesco City of Literature - how many emotions can you pack into the start of one sentence?

Posted: Monday August 26, 2019


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