Art & Entertainment

Arts society excited for annual awards

DIVERSITY of art is one of the ILT Art Awards' strengths. Southland Arts Society president Ann Irving said the annual awards, which were into its...

Film festival fortune

SOUTHERN Institute of Technology (SIT) graduate Jerry Westaway heard this week his short film The Green Revolution, made as part of a Graduate Diploma...

Country music event gaining momentum

THE inaugural New Zealand country music festival, Tussock Country, is set to pack Gore to the rafters at the end of this month, with...

Village showcase

Rowena Jackson Retirement Village sales adviser Julie Crofts unpacks artwork in preparation for the village's annual Art Showcase which is open to the public. Held...

It’s Neilson’s time to shine

ACTIVIST and entertainer Joanne Neilson will share her life, activism and her journey supporting the LGBTQI+ community during An Evening with Joanne Neilson. Hosted by...

Message in a bottle

DON'T let appearances fool you - most common-place looking objects are gateways to incredible stories. In 1973, this bottle was found on Pigeon Island in...

Art-lovers flock to country exhibition

ART and the sound of an angel filled the Waimumu Hall last Sunday as part of the Waimumu Art Exhibition. To help celebrate Mother's Day,...

Arts expo a chance for connections

INVERCARGILL artist Trudy Burdon only took up her craft about two years ago. For the self-taught artist, Saturday's AMplify Expo organised by Arts Murihiku was...

Channelling the Bard

Shakespeare workshop participant Jayden Burgess, 10, of Invercargill, gets some expert tutelage from facilitator Glenda Pearce, of Auckland, at the workshop held at St...

The Movement to focus on change

FOOTNOTE New Zealand Dance is performing at James Hargest College in Invercargill today as part of its national tour of The Movement. The tour involves...
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