Dunedin is the second-biggest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and the primary city of the Otago area. The urban region of Dunedin city lies on the focal eastern bank of Otago, encompassing the head of Otago Harbor, and the harbor and slopes around Dunedin speak to the leftovers of a terminated fountain of liquid magma. The city rural areas stretch out into the encompassing valleys and slopes, onto the isthmus of the Otago Peninsula, and along the shores of the Otago Harbor and the Pacific Ocean.
Dunedin's application was driven by a directing panel and a warning leading body of authors, bookkeepers and scholastics from a scope of Dunedin organizations. The offer featured the nature of the city's significant artistic legacy, its assorted mix of scholarly occasions, organizations, establishments and associations, in addition to its flourishing network of authors, dramatists and lyricists. UNESCO built up the Creative Cities Network to create universal co-activity among urban communities and urge them to drive joint improvement associations in accordance with UNESCO's worldwide needs of 'culture and advancement' and 'practical advancement'.
Every city in the system reflects one of UNESCO's seven Creative City topics: people craftsmanship, gastronomy, writing, outline, film or music. Dunedin has a considerable open craftsmanship display, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, in the Octagon. The city contains ious different displays, including over twelve merchant exhibitions, a considerable lot of which are discovered south of the Octagon along Princes Street, Moray Place and Dowling Street. There are likewise a few more test workmanship spaces, prominently the Blue Oyster Gallery in Dowling Street.