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‘Creative Connections’ – presentations from Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature’s ‘Creative Cities Southern Hui’, sponsored by the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO and in partnership with University of Otago’s Centre for the Book.
Held in Ōtepoti Dunedin between November 28th and December 2nd 2017, the free hui hosted many fruitful conversations across the arts as local and global creative minds met to share and collaborate.
The City of Literature’s ‘Creative Connections’ programme explored creativity as the touchstone of healthy, sustainable communities, and celebrated the power of collaboration to inspire.
Local and international guest speakers from a range of backgrounds and creative fields gathered at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Auditorium for an invigorating, inspiring day of presentations.
In this series, we share those presentations with you, introduced by Master of Ceremonies Victor Billot from Otago University Press.
Each week Calder Prescott hosts My Kind of Jazz, a selection of his favourite Jazz numbers from 10am every Thursday, replayed Sundays from 1pm.
Kindly sponsored by The Corner Store Cafe
Supported by the New Edinburgh Folk Club
Take off your gardening gloves, put the kettle on and spend an hour immersed in the best of musical theatre from across the decades.
Join Dunedin broadcasting legend Donald Saville-Cook for Musical Matinees For You – Sundays at 4, brought to you by Naturezone Health.
On Heritage Matters, members of Southern Heritage Trust take a look at what makes Dunedin the nation’s heritage capital.
Veteran broadcasters Dougal Stevenson and Bill Southworth join Jane Edwards, Ann Barsby, Keith Scott and Ann Barrowclough to explore the wonderful stock of historic buildings, and stories of early European settlement, Maori life in past centuries and tales of gold.
A new episode airs every second Monday at mid-day, with replays on Sundays at 7pm.
Heritage Matters is supported by the Centre for Research on Colonial Culture at the University of Otago.