Andrew Logan is a prominent artist, jeweller and sculptor based in the U.K. He is in New Zealand as a guest judge for the Emerging Designer Award as part of the iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
Robyn Notman form the Dunedin Public Art Gallery is in to tell us about "Beloved".
Stephen Higginson is the Director of the Milford Galleries in Dunedin and he talks to Dougal about a current exhibition of glass works by Ann Robinson.
Rare Book Librarian at the Dunedin Public Library, Anthony Tedeschi is in to tell Dougal about the illustrations of the Dickens characters on display.
Artists John Z Mitchell talks about his recent publication, Red Studio - 45 Cuts.
Dunedin artist Geoff Williams started work at the Evening Star, went on to become a sign writer and now his artwork reflects his early career.
Janet de Waght is the current artist in residence at Macandrew Intermediate School.
Lynn Taylor has collaborated with a Scottish artist to create photographs for an exhibition based on a logbook recording the 83 days at sea of the maiden voyage for the ship Westland from Scotland to New Zealand in 1873.
One of New Zealands leading expressionist painters, Jeffrey Harris, produces work that is highly symbolic and has strong references to relationships, emotions and the crucifiction.
Symbolist painter, Kirsten Lovelock sees herself in the narrative and her work tends to tell us a story.