Theatre sits tight

“THE seats are now over 40 years old and they are literally falling to pieces,” Wehl Street Theatre management committee chairman Tony Chalinor told The Border […]

Ballerina dances to national school

PASSION, dedication and plenty of practice has landed young Mount Gambier ballerina Holly Allison acceptance to The Australian Ballet School’s interstate program. With her exam results […]

Creativity on show

SAINT Martins Lutheran College students’ creativity and artistic abilities will be showcased over the next two weeks as part of the school’s annual art show. Following […]

Film society reels in new members

THIS month’s Reels Film Society screening highlighted the community group’s continued growth. Since forming in 2006, the society has gone from strength to strength by showing […]

Residents to cast seaside art votes

RESIDENTS are being urged to cast their vote to choose one piece of public artwork for The Waterfront project at Port MacDonnell. This follows Grant District […]

Confronting art display

A STRANGE look at the confrontation of the “messy, irrational” body and how it compares to the “clean and rational” technological landscape is now on display […]

Seaside beer festival kicks off

ROBE’S signature event, the Home Brew and Craft Beer Festival, is set to kick off next week for the third time with a large crowd expected […]

Local artist’s potential projected

DRAWING inspiration from the beautiful Limestone Coast landscape, Mount Gambier man Luke Pellen’s latest video artwork is being projected to the region through the windows of […]