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The final blog from Claire, saying goodbye to the JOIDES Resolution.
Richie Hardcore writes about his experience of the exhibition
Frozen meat and it's history in stamps
Love in the Leaf Litter
Our ocean-themed, classical collection
A story of a broken relationship
Welcome to the Sky Guide, your monthly guide to what's happening in the heavens!
The eleventh blog from Claire, telling us about what will happen with the cores that the JOIDES Resolution have drilled.
The tenth blog from Claire, telling us about New Zealand's geological history
Otago Museum has started the year with an appreciation for the arts, and internationally recognised artists are now on display and free to the public. Following the popularity of Areez Katki: Bildungsoman, which was voted one of 2019’s top 50 exhibitions in Australasia, a new installation of work by acclaimed ceramicist Jim Cooper is now on display in the entrance to the People of the World gallery. Entitled NO. 9: work made in a number nine year, the pieces are different from Cooper’s main body of work. The installation retains his usual exuberance and spontaneity, but veers away from the cartoonish and comical figurines that he is famous for. “I stay away from...
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