OUR PARTNERS AND SPONSORSHIPS
It’s hard to believe that one destination can have some of the best and most unique wildlife viewing in the world, an impressive array of heritage, architecture and be home to world class fashion designers. We see partnerships as an important way for us to play a part in supporting Dunedin’s environment, local arts and culture. We believe that through these partnerships we can stay connected to our City and region as we will always be better together.
Our company and brand values provide us with a foundation that gives meaning to what we do. We will consider sponsorships that:
Align with our values
Support wellbeing of our community
Support and promote Dunedin
Applications will be reviewed and we will select partners for a 12-month period. To submit a sponsorship request, please complete the following online form.
ARTIST IN THE TERMINAL
19 JANUARY - 2 MARCH 2021
Our current artist here at Dunedin Airport is Dunedin-based photographer, Chris Gillman Gable has travelled the world as a professional photographer. Early in his career he invested in a large format film camera which he got to take with him throughout Africa and much of Europe and Asia. A homecoming at around the turn of the century saw many changes, not least of which was a shift to digital 35mm image making. He then spent more than a decade teaching photography to tertiary students all the while pursuing various personal photographic projects. The fruits of those labours can be seen at his website.
A much more famous photographer than me once said that ”I take photos of the world to see the way the world looks like photographed”. I have always strongly identified with this and am fascinated by the gap between what we see and what is subsequently represented in the image. The difference is the photographer. If that sounds fanciful, then we only have to consider two photos of the same subject by two different photographers and the way that they will typically differ; the photographer has a way of coming through the images.
The work I have chosen to display here reflects an interest in our altered landscapes; the intersection of we humans and nature. I hope it not only reveals something of myself but also something of who we are in this part of the world.
All work exhibited at the airport is for sale, and can be purchased via the information counter on the ground floor.