Art & Entertainment

Have fun with mandatory mask mania

Riverton artist Wayne Hill is wearing his philosophy. ‘‘If we have to wear masks, then have fun with them.’’ During the recent Covid-19 alert levels, it...

Steampunk artists looking forward to third exhibition

THE past that never was, and the future that never will be' is how some people describe steampunk. Gearing up for next month's Steampunk Exhibition...

Suspenseful play will be staged…

HOPEFULLY it will be third time lucky for the cast, crew and audience keen to see the staging of Invercargill Repertory Society's The Mousetrap...

Short stories make impact

MORE than 100 short stories were received for this year's Dan Davin Awards. Dan Davin Literary Foundation (DDLF) chairwoman Rebecca Amundsen said 56 entries were...

Pipin’ Hot postponed

ILT City of Invercargill Highland Pipe Band pipers Conal Mulligan (17, left) and Casey Thompson (13), along with other band members, practise in preparation...

Slice of Southland artists’ creativity

UP to 30 artists encompassing a diverse range of genres, from textiles and pottery to the more traditional forms of art, will be exhibiting...

Star dancers to rock into October

ROCKING with the Stars will still go ahead The event, which was originally set to be held on Saturday night, will now be held on...

Diversity shines at annual art awards

CELEBRATING this year's ILT Art Awards last Friday at the SIT Raw Gallery in Invercargill, ILT deputy president Ange Newell confirmed the event was...

Theatre cliches taken literally

THERE are two common sayings in theatre - "break a leg" and the "show must go on". Little did the cast and crew of Invercargill...

Judges in awe of youngsters’ talent

THE highest compliment an artist can achieve is when people ask to buy their work. Miharo programme development manager Tania Carran was surprised by the...
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