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

From 'margins' to Poet Laureate

Dunedin poet, writer, reviewer and former Burns Fellow David Eggleton has been appointed as the latest New Zealand Poet Laureate.

Posted: Friday August 23, 2019

Ngā Kura o Ōtepoti Kapa Haka

OAR FM visits Dunedin Schools kapa haka groups as they get ready for Polyfest in honour of Te Marama Pūoru Waiata Māori (Māori Music Month)

Posted: Wednesday August 21, 2019

Te Mahi Tamariki

In 2018, He Waka Kōtuia ran a series of waiata composition workshops facilitated by Troy Kingi and Mara TK, resulting in an album of original contemporary, bilingual waiata, written by rakatahi at Ōtākou Marae. On this show, Tunai, Kiliona and Paulette talk about their involvement in the making of the...

Posted: Thursday August 15, 2019

Please nominate for 2020 International Literary prize, named after Ivan Goncharov (Ulyanovsk)

The International Annual Literary prize, named after I. A. Goncharov - Ulyanovsk, The Russian Federation - REGULATIONS 2020

Posted: Tuesday August 13, 2019

More than 150 years of choral ambitions in Dunedin covered

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A CHORAL SOCIETY: DUNEDIN’S CITY CHOIR 1863-2013

Posted: Monday August 12, 2019

DCC Funding 'How To' Sessions

Applications for the Dunedin City Council’s Community, Community Events, Community Arts, Professional Theatre and Creative Communities grants are open from Monday 2 September.

Posted: Friday August 9, 2019

Ara Toi Creative - registration of interest

Posted: Wednesday August 7, 2019

Artist’s Residence Dilsberg

Writer in Residence Program - Call for applications is open!

Posted: Wednesday August 7, 2019

NZIFF NEWSLETTER

Big Nights & Audiences Favourites in Dunedin + Win Tickets

Posted: Monday August 5, 2019

Otago 'brains trust' credited in Ellis fight

Posted: Friday August 2, 2019


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