Curated by Hocken staff Amanda Mills, Curator Music and AV, and Katherine Milburn, Curator Ephemera, “Kaleidoscope World: 40 Years of Flying Nun in Dunedin” explores the Flying Nun scene in Dunedin – from the early origins with The Enemy through to the contemporary local music scene which looks beyond Flying Nun.
The exhibition pulls material in from across the Hocken’s rich collections including posters, photographs, art and video, and includes some iconic loans from people central to the music scene. It also features a large art work specially commissioned for one of the Hocken Gallery’s big walls, by Robert Scott (The Clean, The Bats) mapping out the venues in Dunedin where the bands played.
Exhibition ends Saturday 24 September 2022.
Hours and COVID‑19 restrictions
At COVID‑19 Orange Level, the Hocken is open to the public Tuesday to Saturday, 10am–3pm (closed Sunday and Monday). Masks are required to be worn while visiting the Hocken.
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Tel +64 3 479 8868
|Date||Tuesday, 3 May 2022 - Saturday, 24 September 2022|
|Time||10:00am - 3:00pm|
|Audience||Public,Undergraduate students,Postgraduate students,Staff,Alumni,Future students|
|Location||Hocken Library (Exhibition Gallery), 90 Anzac Avenue, Dunedin|
|Contact Name||Robyn Notman|
|Contact Phone||+64 27 4555 198 |
+64 3 479 5600