Art & Entertainment

Hop‘n’Vine heading west

HEADING west, Hop‘n’ Vine beer, wine, cider and food festival will be held in Te Anau for the first time next year. Event organisers suffered...

An exhibition of two halves

THE Riverton Community Art Centre has a busy summer season. Recently it hosted the Aparima College Senior Art Exhibition, ReGeneration - Art meets Nature -...

A treasure trove of fun at the fair

AN antique woollen bathing costume, possibly worn in the 1930s or 40s, will be one of the conversation starters at Lindis-Fair on Saturday. Being held...

Classy Art collection chance to highlight course diversity

ART tutors and their students have brought together a diverse range of art and mediums for Southland Education's annual Classy Art Exhibition. On display at...

Heritage South seeks new ideas

SOUTHLAND heritage will be actively celebrated throughout March. Hosted by Heritage South, the team was keen to hear from people, groups and organisations who were...

Concerts to kick-start $50k target

YOUTHLINE Southland community development manager, singer and former breakfast radio host Liv Cochrane is raising her voice for youth and has a big, audacious...

Fiordland art on show

Group president Sally Shaw shows off group members' art at the Labour Weekend annual exhibition. Left is Te Anau artist Kathy Singleton's Mary Poppinsand on...

Banquet has last hurrah

LORDS and Ladies of Southland are being summoned by King Richard I (aka thespian Sarah McCarthy) and his wife Berengaria (played by actor Carla...

Irish comedian set to entertain

THE 'bloke who burned down the bar' on the TV soap Shortland Street' will be entertaining in Invercargill tomorrow. Based in Auckland, Irishman Alan McElroy...

Pop-up space devoted to Southland artists

GIVING artists a place to exhibit work and making art more accessible to the public are two reasons a new pop-up art exhibition space...
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