Be inspired by some activities captured in our digital heritage collection that you could attempt with your bubble during our Lockdown.
View along Lincoln Road looking towards the corner with Dickens Street. Tattoo You, 1 hour photos and the Hai Sing Takeaway are on the left at 346-348 Lincoln Road.
Following the devastation of the Canterbury earthquakes, we were left with a city of broken buildings and empty spaces. Artists, both local and international, came to Christchurch to turn these...
Art on unidentified building wall.
Jacqueline Newman of Riccarton High School with her artwork.
John Gillies, a medical student, holding a pastel portrait of Co Tiem, a laboratory assistant he worked with in Vietnam.
Painter, Dave Blyth, with the Swiss mountain mural he is painting on carpet to reduce echoes at the Big Apple ice rink ahead of its opening on Brougham Street in Opawa.
Ray Tetua with his carving work created for the Te Kaihanga Hostel.
Aston Greathead oil painting ‘Ashburton River from Thomson’s Track’ donated to the naval ship HMNZS Canterbury.
Sandra Bowes, Melanie Stewart and Joanna Graham painting pictures at a school holiday art class held at Elmwood School.
Boys painting pictures at a school holiday art class held at Elmwood School.
Girls painting pictures at a school holiday art class held at Elmwood School.
Portraits of Grant Chirnside, a Christchurch artist with one his landscapes, "The Electricity Supply".
Untitled sculpture and fountain at the airport of silver water features and floating clouds by Rosemary Johnson. The sculpture was commissioned for the opening of the airport in 1975.
Portraits of Llewelyn Summers and one of his sculptures.
Two men demonstrating martial arts at an Asian fighting arts exhibition at Cowles Stadium. [Frames 32 and 33] Andy Barber and Doug Holloway displaying karate moves in front of an image of a man...
Andy Barber and Doug Holloway displaying karate moves at an Asian fighting arts exhibition at Cowles Stadium, in front of an image of a man sitting cross legged with his eyes closed.
Views of the Old Church Art-Craft Shop in Dunsandel.
Professor and honorary fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, George Jobberns, sitting at a desk in front of bookshelves in an office.
Views of an unidentified boy with a moon rover plan
Linwood High School sixth formers Marcelle Park and Grant Takle painting a mural at Woolston Park swimming pool.