Until 31 Dec, 2018
Exhibition by Sydney based artist Johnathan Jones which uses light, pattern and repetition to explore Aboriginal practices and relationships, and ideas connected to Indigenous knowledge, value and culture.
25 August, 2018 – 14 April, 2019
Established in 1868, Otago Museum’s 150th anniversary falls on 12 September 2018 and it is marking this milestone with an exhibition celebrating the diversity of the Museum’s collection.
est. 1868, in the Museum’s Special Exhibitions Gallery, will open to the public on Saturday 25 August and will run until 14 April 2019. Admittance is free.
19 – 21 September
Spend an enchanted evening exploring the illuminated wonders of the Glenfalloch Night Garden where spring blossoms and sparkle combine for a magical experience.
21 - 30 September 2018
A boutique biennial arts festival in Dunedin festival celebrating the excellent and the extraordinary. Outstanding acts from across all arts genres descend on Dunedin for a week of dazzling performances that are at once thought-provoking and dazzling.
24 - 25 October 2018
Catch this unique motorsport event as it comes through Dunedin with three race categories heading up into the surrounding scenic roads and on display in the central city.
3 - 4 November
Two days bursting with home and living inspiration and ideas from architecture and design to kitchen and bathroom, interior designs and home entertainment.
10 November 2018
Now in its 6th year, the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival is a hugely popular event. Held at the covered Forsyth Barr Stadium, the festival brings together the best local and national brews and food, music from Bic Runga and LMNOP and a whole lotta fun to create the best day out of the year. Numerous off-shoot events pop up around Dunedin in the days leading up to event creating a citywide festival vibe.