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Curator, Humanities Moira White examines an essential stationery item of the 19th and early 20th centuries: the quirky penwiper.
In a serendipitous confluence of chance, the Otago Museum has been able to entice the President of the American Astronomical Society to give a public talk at the Museum.
As the Otago Museum marks its 150th anniversary, Assistant Curator Anusha Beer remembers Dr Raymond Robert Forster, the Museum’s director between 1957 and 1987, and his wife Lyn Forster.
The Otago Museum has had a successful week with both funding and awards.
Encountering the formidable-looking tunnelweb spider around the house or garden can make you jump! Assistant Collection Manager, Natural Science Kane Fleury tells us why we have nothing to fear.
Welcome to the Sky Guide, your monthly guide to what's happening in the heavens!
Inspired by our exhibition, Our Women: 125 of Dunedin’s Extra-ordinary Women, Honorary Curator Rosi Crane looks at the work of 19th century zoologist Josephine Gordon Rich.
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.
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.
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