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Making dreams come true since '62. Lover of many many things Dunedin, mid-century and meaningful. There is a great beauty in experiencing art and nature that is free for us all to enjoy.
Angus McDonald (@angusmcdonald)
chris heazlewood (@heazlewood)
musician writer photographer psychedelic journeyman professional underdo
rosie rocket (@rosierocket)
roller derby. food. occasional political ranting.
the plant (@theplant)
The Plant is a shared workroom and tiny bricks and mortar store housed in an ex butchers in Macandrew Bay on the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand.
Frank Eggleton (@francoisnz)
Lives in Wellington, NZ. Currently plays in Kittentank and Francois(solo).
Jamie Green (@mrgreen)
Radio One, Dunedin, New Zealand Breakfast Host, Man Of The People & Big Time Jerk
P.S. I Hate Pineapple
Honor Harger (@metanaut)
metanaut. Purveyor of particles and waves.
william henry meung (@williamhenrymeung)
makes music tries to exist
ESTA DE JOnG (@estadejong)
PHOTOGRAPHER + FILM + ARTIST In DUnEDIn nEW ZEALAnD
Callum Valentine (@callumvalentine)
Social Media for @SpiceRacknz.
Spent 2014 as Social Media Manager for The Internet Party.
Andrew Long (@socialspace)
Robed Pākeha from Dunedin, NZ.
Koren Allpress (@koren)
Journalist/Kiwi/I like to take photos for fun
koren.allpress on Instagram
mr sterile (@mr_sterile)
in the back-row of the anti-social brigade
Rob Thorne (@taongapuoro)
WikiLeaks is a not-for-profit media organisation.
Kailee Debirred (@kaileedebirred)
Reader. Stitcher. Teacher. Baker. Music Lover.
Dunedin Fringe Festival (@dunedinfringe)
The Dunedin Fringe Festival is the largest festival of its kind in the South Island of New Zealand and the world’s southernmost fringe festival! A highly anticipated annual 10-day event, the Festival incorporates all art forms and features artists from throughout New Zealand and overseas. Our focus is on presenting a programme of high quality, experimental and innovative contemporary art.
Dunedin Fringe is an open-access festival and all artists and performers are encouraged to take part. Artists produce their own shows and need to register involvement. Registrations generally open in September each year and close late October. Full details can be found on
Toby Manhire (@tobym)
david farrier (@davidfarrier)