If you live in Dunedin you’ll need no introduction to Dugal Armour’s exhibition sculpture – it has featured twice in the Otago Daily Times and once on the evening Channel 9 news. But for those of you who missed out, here it is in all its colourful splendour! For further news, click on The Exhibition … Continue reading

Haiku jewels

John Z Robinson and Christeen Bates both opted to create two pieces of jewellery for our exhibition. Two pendants from John and two necklaces and a matching pair of earrings from Christeen. John Bellamy created a perfect setting for them with the use of mirrors and a wooden display box. In the same alcove we … Continue reading

Don’t forget

Don’t forget the poets!!! The haiku poets appeared  here early on in the project but since then the artists have taken centre stage. The haiku poets are the backbone of our project so I thought it was time we highlighted their contribution. Check out their bios over at the heading The Poets. I had hoped … Continue reading

Tony Beyer

Originally from Auckland, and in the process of returning there, Tony Beyer has been writing and publishing  poems in New Zealand and internationally for several decades. His books include the tanka collection Isthmus (Puriri Press, 2004) and Dream Boat: selected poems (HeadworX, 2007); and the haiku chapbook the drum soloist (Puriri Press, 2011.) The haiku … Continue reading