The Ski Lodge (Warrender St), Tipsy Tiger (North Road) and Permafrost Cottage (Pentland St).
See more photos and stories on the Facebook Group.
The sixth Pecha Kucha evening in Dunedin is taking place at Dunedin Public Art Gallery on Sunday March 21st as part of the wider Dunedin Fringe Festival. EXCITING! How am I feeling about presenting? I’m PACKING myself – but excited 😀
Tickets to all events are limited, so GET ORGANSIED and book. Pecha Kucha is a sweet $8. Good value when you get to see 12 people talk about stuff they dig, stuff that you might like too.
I’m going to be in Dunedin next week sifting around taking photos of flats and doing some research for the book. If you’re around and in a named flat, it’s be very cool to get a pick of you outside your digs. If you’re interested, message me on Facebook or email@example.com. Otherwise I might just see you in the ghetto.
… offerings are:
The Love Shack, The Manor, The Rash, The Hilton, The Box, Brucie’s Beenjamin’ Butchery, Chip off the Old Block, The Last Resort, 8 Mile, The Palace of Phallus, The Shire …
22 more tags added just this evening on the Facebook flat names group!
Today’s offerings so far are: Whaha, Pink Flat the Door, 27 Steps to Heaven, Da Flat, The Lodge, The Manor, The Palace of Phallus, Hotel California …
9.25pm, and there’s an other 9 tagged: The Hilton, The Kelpfish, The Lodge …
Exams are definitely over! Students are tagging photos on the Facebook flat names group left, right and centre!
Today’s offerings so far are: The Rock Bottom, Beehive, Chip off the Old Block, Wahaha, Pink Pussy, Thirsty Boys, Palace of Pallus, The … Flat (aka Salmon), and Jurassic Park.
Maybe it’s the end of exams at Otago … whatever the reason there’s been a flurry of tagging of photos on the Dunedin named student flats group on Facebook: The Manor, Moe’s, Kelpfish, Beaver Lodge, Beehive, Chip off the Old Block, Fairlie Lodge, Wahaha, The Wandering Penis, Barcelona, The Moat, and the flat with the most beautiful sign, Howe Street Golf Club.
Listen to Radio NZ at 8.11am Sunday 23rd August for a documentary on the state of Dunedin’s student flats.