Exterior view of the Great Hall at the University of Canterbury, taken from the corner of Rolleston Avenue and Worcester Street.
Portraits of Patricia Tapper with a spinning wheel.
Portrait of Ria Van Lith with a cottage loom at the Weavers and Spinners Guild annual open day.
Nick Stevens with his knives at the Cottage Industries Fair.
Eileen Wimpory with a beer mug and cocktail glass at the Cottage Industries Fair.
The north façade of the Great Hall, Arts Centre, seen from Worcester Boulevard.
Aroha Rangi and Anton Carter, with Joy Vaele behind them at the Arts Centre during the Christchurch Pacific Arts Festival.
Arts centre courtyard and market, about 1992.
The Arts Centre Market
Looking up to the Suspended House sculpture at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
View of the Fabulous Races sculpture by Bing Dawe outside the Arts Centre along Worcester Boulevard. "I took this photo of my mother at the Arts Centre on Christmas Day 1996" - Contributor's note
Exterior of the Clock Tower and Rutherford's Den buildings at the Arts Centre, Worcester Boulevard.
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 West Lecture Theatre building at the Arts Centre from the opposite side of Rolleston Avenue by the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
Exterior of the former Canterbury College Registry building, part of the Arts Centre on the corner of Montreal Street and Worcester Boulevard.
Exterior of the School of Art Building at the Arts Centre on the corner of Rolleston Avenue and Hereford Street.
The Arts Centre buildings on Rolleston Avenue and the YMCA apartments on the corner with Hereford Street.
The crossing of Montreal Street from Worcester Street. The former registry building is on the corner of Montreal Street and Worcester Street.
The former registry building on the corner of Montreal Street and Worcester Street.
Former University of Canterbury registry building on the corner of Hereford Street and Montreal Street.