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Our art becomes My Art

SOUTHLAND artist Ross McKenzie's first solo exhibition is personal. His My Art Exhibition opens tomorrow in a pop-up shop on the corner of Yarrow and...

Following The Bard’s quill

ASPIRING thespian Jeromy Tiatia is brushing up on the works of the The Bard. The 18-year-old has been selected to represent the Southland region at...

Spellbound by a Wicked tale

GRAB your brooms, Wicked is arriving on stage at the Civic Theatre. Long before Dorothy arrived in Oz, there was another girl called Elphaba. Born with...

School choirs in perfect harmony at Big Sing

SOUTHLAND schools took to the stage at First Church in Invercargill on Tuesday night to compete in the Southland Regional Final of the Big...

Learning life skills through movement

A GROUP of young Southlanders are spending the week immersed in the world of contemporary dance. About 15 pupils aged between 11 and 18 from...

City film company aims for festival recognition

A SOUTHLAND student-led film company is aiming high for its latest project which explores the conflict between health and safety versus human productivity. Invercargill film...

Southerners celebrated

A PERFORMER from Westport was the overall winner, but voices from the Deep South were also recognised at the 46th annual Gold Guitar Awards...

Youth showcase art talents

FIFTEEN young people have taken the opportunity to exhibit some of their art during the Youth Week Art Showcase at The Pod in South...

Pipers back to heat up stage

THE City of Invercargill Highland Pipe Band will heat up the Civic Theatre next Friday with its Pipin' Hot show. Organised by Judy Ward and...

Diverse art gallery pops up

FIVE artists, no make that six artists, have gathered together some of their diverse art for the Take 5 Art for Sale exhibition. Artist Alice...
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