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Shakespeare celebrated

Menzies College pupils donned Elizabethan costumes to celebrate Shakespeare last week. Teacher Lucy McKelvie said the Shakespearean feast was a positive way for pupils to...

Fomission comes to Gore

A flight to Wellington is no longer necessary to have a brush with the works of a major New Zealand painter. A collection of Tony...

Turned out all right on the night

After selling just five tickets before opening night on Friday, the West Otago Taste of Art exhibition committee members were not confident of a...

Visiting artist brightens outlook

Would you enjoy seeing a brightly coloured mural splashed across your wall? According to Japanese artist Koryu Aoshima, many New Zealanders would answer "yes." Attitudes to...

Catlins River Boy albums to be reissued as CDs

Albums made by band the Catlins River Boys about 60 years ago will be released as CDs. The CDs will be launched next Thursday at...

Wide appeal in works for annual southern show

The annual Southern District Arts Trust "Edge of the World" art exhibition is set to furnish conversations as well as walls. Publicity officer Lianne Andrews...

Photography club’s first exhibition staged at Croydon

The Gore Camera Club held its first photography exhibition at the Croydon Aviation Heritage Centre last week . Club secretary Alison Moore said members were...

RNZB extra role ‘dream come true’

Dancing with the Royal New Zealand Ballet dancers was a "dream come true" for Sophia Metzler. The 11-year-old Ainge School of Dance student took...

Sculptures bring projects to life

An endangered blue duck, a dinosaur, and a rocket were among the artistic creations of Longford Intermediate pupils. Dunedin artist Janet de Wagt led a...

Waikaka exhibition keeps organisers busy

Preparing for a show is itself a fine art, according to Waikaka Arts and Crafts Exhibition secretary Frances Calvert . "It's a fun week setting...
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