The directors of Wanaka's musical theatre production SOAR, Rachel Erichsen and Jenn Shelton, have a vision for developing the town's talent.
The relatives of Tapanui World War One veteran Private Arthur Gordon were treated to a performance of We Will Remember Them - a show based on his wartime diaries, on Sunday.
The Southland Multicultural Council needs to focus more on being a support service for both migrants and locals, its new leadership team says.
One of Invercargill's newest bands has just finished recording its first EP after a whirlwind year of playing gigs.
Southland is full of hidden treasures; reporter Caitlin Salter chatted to local arty people to find out where the art hotspots are.
Whether they're creating giant board games or singing their hearts out on stage, Southland youngsters are more involved in the arts than ever.
A crowd of 550 filled the Corinthian Convention Centre for The Battle of the Trax: North Invercargill v South Invercargill on Saturday night.
Southland painter Tony Bishop opens up about what makes him tick.
Reaching temperatures of one thousand degrees, the Invercargill Potters club have been firing away for years.
It is surprising what lengths you can go to when backed into a corner with no end in sight.
Gibbston Valley will once again rock to the sounds of world-class acts this summer including Mellissa Etheridge.
Melissa Etheridge, Huey Lewis and The News and REO Speedwagon headed for NZ this summer.
Dunedin artist Aroha Novak had the elections on her brain when she was thinking about her latest exhibition.
The Invercargill Musical Theatre is counting down the days until opening night of The Phantom of the Opera at the Civic Theatre from July 10 to 25.
OPINION: Southland musician and Inverca.st co-creator Liv McBride shares her thoughts on being a judge at the Gold Guitars.
Country musician Kayla Mahon has been busy since her stint on the X Factor NZ earlier this year.
Invercargill entertainment centre Players is closing its doors for the final time this weekend.
A tight five-piece band has squirreled itself away in the Invercargill to tweaks it EP, "Lost, Lore and Liquor" EP.
Never heard of the Resisters? You're in good company.
Paul Johnstone has done more than most to make sure his character development is spot on.
Gore fiddlers Vanessa Harvey and Michaela Roy, both 19, have been playing Irish/Country music together as the duo Tangled Strings for the last four years.
The winning costume at the Fibre Octave wearable arts extravaganza had multiple creators.
Gore country musician Jenny Mitchell could not be happier with her debut album, The Old Oak.
Q: How are you preparing for your latest role?
They lack space and funding, but could Southland art galleries be growing in appeal to artists outside the region?
A former Invercargill man, who has built a career on his love for historical battles, is about to take on his most prestigious role to date.
Wanaka climber Lydia Bradey's book is "a balance of laughter, humour and epic adventure".
Friday night's 2015 Fibre Octave wearable arts show was a hit with the crowds as 40 handmade creations graced the stage.
A compelling case for museum redevelopment needed, ILT says.
Seven leading lights of southern music will be inducted into the Southland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in October.