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...
Looking east up Hereford Street taken from above Hagley Park
Arts Centre roof damage. Gable end failure.
Earthquake damage to the Arts Centre, corner of Worcester and Montreal Streets.
The north façade of the Great Hall, Arts Centre, seen from Worcester Boulevard.
Former University of Canterbury registry building on the corner of Hereford Street and Montreal Street.
The Christchurch Arts Centre on the corner of Rolleston Avenue and Hereford Street.
Mr Dave Hawkey, Christchurch's sandwich board man, stood in the centre courtyard of the Arts Centre promoting the opening day of the market.
A Christmas bow on the scaffolding that surrounded The Arts Centre.
Fletcher Building repairing an Arts Centre building on Worcester Street.
The Arts Centre Market
Aroha Rangi and Anton Carter, with Joy Vaele behind them at the Arts Centre during the Christchurch Pacific Arts Festival.
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...
Graduands of the University of Canterbury make their way down Worcester street from the site of the old university buildings.
Giles Baxendell, aged 6, dressed as a fantasy literary character next to a large papier Mache dragon. The dragon was part of a display of popular fantasy books at the Arts Centre organised by the...
Kathi Craig (left) and Jillian Anderton post a letter at the Arts Centre.
Bill and Lea Greenwood with their children Jason and Jillanna riding a custom-made bicycle outside the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard to launch their bike hire business, Fringe on Top.
Alf's Imperial Army and various factions including the McGillicuddy Highland Regiment in the central courtyard of Christchurch Arts Centre. Flags are draped over the balcony and all are dressed in...
Band and Theatre Royal posters pasted to an advertising bollard outside Christchurch Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard.
Looking up to the Suspended House sculpture at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Interior courtyard of the Arts Centre during a market with a stall selling pottery is visible. A man in period dress is standing on the balcony area to the east of the courtyard.