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Documents from H D Skinner at Chunuk Bair.
In good time for the silly season, Otago Museum is opening its first ever planetarium Christmas show — an in-house production, Christmas Mysteries.
The 20th annual Otago Wildlife Photography Competition opens for entries from all of Otago’s amateur photographers and videographers on Monday 19 November 2018.
Stamps provide a fascinating insight into historical events. Honorary Curator Melville Carr examines how the Otago Museum stamp collection provides an insight into the consequences for Germany and its Oceanic colonial territories during Word War One.
Curator Moira White explains why these medals, awarded by the Dunedin Horticultural Society, are part of the quirkiest category in est. 1868.
Stone cold killer, hideous monster and protector against evil… the story of Medusa has taken many forms over the centuries. Honorary Curator Robert Hannah delves into her fascinating past.
Welcome to the Sky Guide, your monthly guide to what's happening in the heavens!
Dunedin-based Australian artist Michele Beevors is calling on the immense Otago Museum collection to provide the skeleton of a new artwork – literally.
Honorary Curator Jane Malthus unpicks the story behind the evening gown on display in the fanciest category in est. 1868.
Curator, Māori, Rachel Wesley takes a closer look at the story behind one of the items currently on display in the futurest case in est. 1868 – the carved soapstone whio.
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