Mr G. Gordon, the outdoor programme co-ordinator for the Arts Festival, manoeuvring a large papier mache crocodile puppet for the "Fan-tasticon" event as part of the Arts Festival at the Arts Centre.
Exterior and outside seating area with customers at Dux de Lux vegetarian restaurant at the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard.
Interior of the Sorbonne restaurant in the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard with diners being entertained by Heather Mitchell.
Harold Garlick, chairman of the Rotary Club community services committee, with items for auction at the Arts Centre. Stalls and visitors are shown in the courtyard area in the background.
Mr T. Y. Chan stood outside the First Church of Christ, Scientist building on Worcester Boulevard following its purchase by Mr Chan for conversion into the Chung Wah 2 restaurant.
Manager of Dux de Lux restaurant, Mr Richard Sinke, stood at the bar ahead of the opening of the Arts Centre Tavern.
Exterior of the Clock Tower and Rutherford's Den buildings at the Arts Centre, Worcester Boulevard.
Exterior view of the Engineering building at the Arts Centre with a sign for the Court Theatre in the foreground. A group of school children and a teacher are in front of the sign.
Exterior view of the Engineering building at the Arts Centre. The entrance to the Court Theatre is visible to the right.
Interior view of the stained glass window in the Great Hall at the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard. The window is dedicated to the sacrifices of College students in the First World War.
Exterior of the Canterbury Club on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Worcester Boulevard.
Clothes suspended from wires outside the University of Canterbury buildings along Worcester Street.
Exterior and outdoor seating area of the Sorbonne restaurant in the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard. Diners are being entertained by accordion and guitar players.
Plan of the Arts Centre with Rolleston Avenue, Hereford Street, Worcester Street and Montreal Street marked. Shaded in grey are the proposed locations of apartments.
Close-up of "The press express", a train and carriages made from waste newspapers, exhibited by students from Cobham Intermediate School. The trains forms part of the "Wonderful Waste" exhibition at...
Exterior of the former Canterbury College Registry building, part of the Arts Centre on the corner of Montreal Street and Worcester Boulevard.
Mr Dave Hawkey, Christchurch's sandwich board man, stood in the centre courtyard of the Arts Centre promoting the opening day of the market.
Artists Bing Dawe, John Hurrell, Peter Wolden and David Elliot in their shared art studio in the Arts Centre which was the former School of Fine Arts for Canterbury College.
Interior of the dining area at Chung Wah 2 Asian restaurant on Worcester Boulevard. Standing in the centre of the dining area is the restaurant's owner, Mr T. Y. Chan.
A man dressed as a stone statue busking in front of a crowd gathered outside Christchurch Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard on the corner with Rolleston Avenue. Canterbury Museum is visible in the...
A robot called Poggle with a two year old child, Warren Beecroft and his mum, Mrs R. J. Beecroft on Worcester Street. The robot was out for a trial run ahead of a visit to Christchurch Hospital.
Exterior of the Academy Cinema at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Actors, Stelios Yakmis and Theresa Healey at the Court Theatre with a cat, dubbed Razzle, following the kitten's unexpected attendance in the audience at the Theatre.
Graduands of the University of Cantebrury proceeding down Worcester Boulevard.