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

Tou Hou Hari Haina! Gong Xi Fa Cai! Happy Chinese New Year in the Year of the Ox!

The Kotahitaka Trust Board is collaborating with the Dunedin Multi Ethnic Council (“DMEC”) on a special project to help commemorate the forthcoming Race Relations Week in March.

Posted: Tuesday March 2, 2021

NZPS International Poetry Competition

Posted: Tuesday March 2, 2021

Dunedin art in unexpected spaces

Off The Ground is a new project that's given Dunedin events stymied by the pandemic the funding they need to proceed.

Posted: Tuesday March 2, 2021

The Sets by Victor Billot out now

Posted: Monday March 1, 2021

Residency Opportunity in Dunedin

Posted: Monday March 1, 2021

Discover a new city through books

Recommended reading lists from our UNESCO City of Literature Virtual Writers in Residence

Posted: Monday March 1, 2021

Poetry Shelf celebrates Ockham NZ Book Award poetry long list

Elizabeth Morton reads from This is your real name

Posted: Wednesday February 24, 2021

Issue 11 of Starling Magazine is online now

Posted: Wednesday February 24, 2021

Reo Pēpi

Two Ngāi Tahu cousins from Otago are behind the Reo Pēpi bilingual board books - writing and illustrating them. Kitty Brown talks to Kathryn about how she and her whanaunga Kirsten Parkinson came up with the concept.

Posted: Tuesday February 23, 2021

Dunedin dream brokerage is proud to present..

Posted: Monday February 22, 2021

Creative Engagement/Design Development: Mosgiel Safer Streets

As part of the Mosgiel Safer Schools project, DCC wishes to work with the community to create painted asphalt art on trial kerb-build outs at three intersections in Mosgiel. The purpose in the first instance is to increase awareness of the adjacent schools and pedestrian activity, and to encourage slower...

Posted: Monday February 22, 2021


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