Rachel Dawick and Jon Sanders will be at Le Cafe, Picton, on Wednesday night with songs of love, loss, gold digging and missionaries in their "Boundary Riders" tour.
The prestigious Peters Doig Art Awards Exhibition was dominated by Marlborough artists this year
A group of prominent Kiwi artists have put paint to canvas to help support a national whale centre for Picton.
Public art expert is eyeing more buildings to make the ultimate canvas for a large-scale public art project.
Musical tales of pioneer women will be told when The Boundary Riders is performed by Rachel Dawick in Blenheim tomorrow night and Picton on Wednesday.
Childhood memories of Marlborough made it easy for Nelson artist Lee-Ann Dixon to accept an invitation to join others showing their works in Negotiating this World, a fundraising exhibition for the Millennium Art Gallery in Blenheim.
After eight weeks of points, plies, lunging, 60 performers are ready to show off their entry to Stage Challenge
Images face the wall at the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery on Friday when a photographer arrives to take a promo picture of the Peters Doig Art Awards Exhibition.
From Moenui to New York, Marlborough artist Rick Edmonds' work is receiving wide recognition.
Contemporary stories of two artists' Samoan heritage are told through colours, textures and symbols used in their works.
Ever dreamed of being on stage?
Colour, energy and surprises
The thing about Joseph is that no matter how many times you've seen it, there's always fresh and different.
Catchy tunes leave theatre patrons humming their way home after watching Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Writers who like the idea of penning words in verse can sign up for a poetry workshop in Blenheim next weekend.
Ten people have been chosen for nine performances in this year's Stars In Your Eyes
Are you considering auditioning for New Zealand's Got Talent in Nelson tomorrow?
Christchurch string trio Tres Cordes starts the 2013 programme for the Marlborough Music Society on Friday.
Third generation jeweller Kobi Bosshard left Switzerland in 1961 in search of adventure and "mountains to climb".
Your chance to see The Boy With Tape On His Face
MATT LAWREY - The Marlborough Express
I don't want to get down on humanity but some days it feels like we're going over the same old ground