DPAG Rear Window 2021...

Posted: Tuesday March 9, 2021

CARGO BIKE ART SPACE

Cargo Bike Art Space brings artists and art to the streets, cycle ways and public spaces in Ōtepoti Dunedin.

Posted: Monday March 8, 2021

OTAGO MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Otago’s own awards to celebrate our nature, our landscapes, and you, our people, taking images of all of it!

Posted: Monday March 8, 2021

Calling all writers, poets and playwrights! CompleteMS manuscript assessment programme on offer

The NZSA CompleteMS Programme is supported by Creative NZ and is open to financial members of the NZSA.

Posted: Monday March 8, 2021

Caselberg Trust farewells Kim Morton

Posted: Monday March 8, 2021

Sometimes Playful, Always Compelling

Harry Ricketts reviews Nouns, Verbs, Etc: Selected poems by Fiona Farrell (Otago University Press, 2020), 211pp, $35 for Landfall Journal

Posted: Monday March 8, 2021

Tapestry documents ‘ODT’ newspaper since 1861

Dunedin's influence on the history of daily newspapers in New Zealand has been woven into tapestry.

Posted: Sunday March 7, 2021

Navigators’ ‘untold’ stories presented for young people

Abel Tasman, James Cook, Jean Francois Marie de Surville — stories of the explorers’ lives and achievements are well traversed in New Zealand schools.

Posted: Sunday March 7, 2021

NZ Booklovers Awards 2021 Shortlist

The winner in each category will be announced on 18 March 2021, and each winner receives $500 from NZ Booklovers.

Posted: Thursday March 4, 2021

Globe goes back to the future

Sixty years after The Glass Menagerie was first performed at Dunedin’s Globe Theatre, it is being revisited. Rebecca Fox talks to director Joseph Cecchi and chairman Keith Scott.

Posted: Thursday March 4, 2021

Arts Grants

Arts Grants offer short-term project funding for New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations (including groups and collectives). This funding enables more sustainable careers, encourages innovation and the development of arts practice, and provides opportunities for diverse communities to access the arts.

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021

Toi Ake – Mātauranga Māori Te Awe Kōtuku Fund

This fund supports marae, hapū, iwi, whakapapa-based rōpū and mātāwaka to protect, cultivate and retain mātauranga Māori related to heritage ngā toi Māori (Māori arts) and foster their distinctive arts and cultural practices.

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021

Louis Johnson New Writer's Bursary 2021

The annual Louis Johnson New Writer's Bursary provides a stipend that enables a published writer or playwright at an early stage of their career to create a new work.

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021

Nominations for Te Putanga Toi Arts Access Awards 2021

Arts Access Aotearoa is calling for nominations to Te Putanga Toi Arts Access Awards 2021. There are six awards, plus the Arts Access Accolade. Each award has a separate webpage where you can complete and submit your nomination form.

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021

Hotere biography among finalists

One of Dunedin’s best known and most prolific authors can add to a long list of accolades after being shortlisted for a national book prize.

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021

2021 OCKHAM NEW ZEALAND BOOK AWARDS - FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

Ockham New Zealand Book Awards Finalists Reveal a Shift in New Zealand Writing and Publishing

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021

Top Adam award for Dunedin playwright

A ‘‘shocking, lacerating and wicked’’ writing style has won Emily Duncan another major playwriting award.

Posted: Wednesday March 3, 2021


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