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Continuing folly: Dunedin iSite visitor centre

### ODT Online Tue, 19 Apr 2011
New home for visitor centre
By David Loughrey
Dunedin’s iSite visitor centre is about to move, but it will not be returning to its old home in the Municipal Chambers. Its move to a new home at 26 Princes St, next door to its current position, will allow the city’s Community Gallery to move back to its original Princes St premises. A report to yesterday’s finance, strategy and development committee by assistant city property manager Rhonda Abercrombie said the cost of the move back to the Municipal Chambers would be up to $80,000.
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5.2.11 Community Gallery: Badly forced and mishandled

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Community Gallery: Badly forced and mishandled

The change comes as figures show occupancy rates have plummeted since the gallery moved to Moray Place.

The move generated complaints from some groups booked to exhibit at the gallery, who said they had been offered an inferior building in Moray Place as an alternative.

###ODT Online Sat, 5 Feb 2011
Wider role for gallery?
By David Loughrey
The Dunedin Community Gallery may have a change of focus in future from an art gallery to an arts space with a greater emphasis on community participation.
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The Dunedin City Council Finance Strategy and Development Committee meets on 07 February 2011

Agenda – FSD – 07/02/2011 (PDF, 32.3 KB, new window)
Report – FSD – 07/02/2011 (PDF, 278.9 KB, new window) Community Gallery

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21.1.11 The dodgy decisions, the lack of respect, the breaking of promises

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