Art & Entertainment

Out of the ashes

IN 1894, future Prime Minister Thomas Mackenzie looked at the vast landscape of snow-capped peaks, awe-inspiring fiords, and icy lakes nestled in tussock in...

Film buffs well catered for

THE Invercargill Film Society has launched this year's season at SIT Centrestage Theatre. Founded more than 30 years ago, the society screened a variety of...

Comic brings high-energy show to south

Likening himself to a dog with zoomies, internationally renowned comedian, musician and actor Bill Bailey is set to hit the southern stage in March....

Plastic takes centrestage in community art project

CLEAN plastic waste is wanted for an innovative community art project. He Waka Tuia Art + Museum co-manager Sarah Brown said there were five collection...

Art outside the square

SOUTHLAND artist Steph MacDonald is keen to share some of her art techniques, skills and philosophy. With help from Creative Communities, MacDonald would be hosting...

Magic murals brighten Bluff

  BLUFF'S streets are being revamped as the South Sea Spray Motupohue festival brings artists to the seaside town this week. Fifteen artists, including Invercargill's Deow,...

Lifting the lid on new exhibitions

SO, what's happening at Invercargill's art gallery and Southland museum are common questions when people first enter He Waka Tuia transitional Art + Museum. Curator...

Graffiti artist makes his mark in south

STREET artist Deow's plan was always to bring a "bit of edge" to Southland. Recognised as the southernmost graffiti artist in the country, the Invercargill...

Big weekend for Shakespeare festival

TITANIA, the Queen of the Fairies from Shakespeare's Midsummer's Night Dream, will be ready to receive her visitors at Queens Park rhododendron dell on...

Short story writers urged to apply

THE Dan Davin Literary Foundation (DDLF) is calling for expressions of interest from established New Zealand short story writers to undertake a Writer in...
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