Art & Entertainment

Daffodils take centre stage at Te Anau flower show

IT'S boasted as one of the largest national flower shows and organisers of Te Anau's 47th Spring Flower Show can't wait. Planned for Friday and...

Smaller groups to enjoy museum

THE highly anticipated public opening of the He Waka Tuia Art + Museum will happen on Saturday. The transitional museum brought together the collections of...

Come and join the gang

THIS year's Southland Gang Show will feature mute monks, clowns and even hits from Robbie Williams and Taylor Swift. Director Bill Obers said about 29...

Spring Eco Fest to focus on resilient communities

CLIMATE Change - Elect  to be Prepared' is the theme of this year's Spring Eco Fest at the Invercargill Workingmen's Club on Saturday, September...

Riverton collection sees life through a camera lens

FEATURING a collection of cameras, photography equipment and framed photographs, "Click" is a celebration of the history of photography. On display at Te Hikoi Southern...

Future looking bright at Rimu

THE past, present and future of a Southland school's community is being captured with plenty of colour and creativity. Dunedin artist Jemima Pedro spent six...

From average to audacious

AN Invercargill duo has teamed up to create Midmost Marvin, a funny, fast-paced children's book of daring-do characters who are easy to relate to. Author...

Arts centre cuts hours

THE Riverton Community Arts Centre now has reduced hours. Chairman Wayne Hill said it was due to a combination of the Covid-19 alert levels and...

The art of extinction in the museum world

IN November 1948, Fiordland made headlines around the world. The cause of this media storm was the discovery of three takahe in the remote Murchison...

Raising funds for art centre

THE introduction of printmaking and painting studios at the East Gore Art Centre is hoped to make it a centre of regional and national...
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