8 Wednesday August 29 2018 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi News Fundraising fun INTERNATIONAL Comedy Night Lincoln Event Centre SATURDAY 6 OCTOBER SELWYN TIMES ON SALE NOW www.selwynsounds.co.nz Ellesmere College students throwing cream pies and shaving foam at teachers during the school’s annual fair on Friday. Each class organised a different activity or stall as a way of building school spirit and fundraising. Teachers Sam Lemon and Desire Beechey still wearing smiles. Teacher Dean Mower after being hit in the face during the pie throw. Hillary Barrett and Theo Gilbert give the toffee apples the thumbs up. Georgia Humm and Ione Dennis making crepes. Pip Prendergast gets a butterfly face paint. Robin Slow | Brian Flintoff Tohu ‘To Think’ ‘A mark, a sign.’ ‘Anything serving as a reminder – token of rememberance” Little River Gallery shows for the second time a collaborative exhibition by Robin Slow (painting), Brian Flintoff (carving) and Bob Bickerton (soundscape). This year they follow on in the tradition of visually forwarding histories and stories to be reflected on and become immersed in. Robin Slow an artist whose work is also held in private collections, galleries and marae throughout the country has used paint to create traditional forms used in conjunction with natural forms. The method of producing the work has a traditional background but there has been an evolving of techniques and materials. This series of works takes some traditional tohu, be it in the form of the composition, the patterns created or the creatures. It explores the past and present to produce another tohu and that is the sign towards the future. For many years, Brian Flintoff has created taonga puoro (musical instruments) for players and musicians throughout the country. Not only do these create unique sounds but he has carved into them the stories and histories that are woven into their function. His works are held in many major galleries throughout the world as well as collections and marae here in Aotearoa. From the painted images, carvings and reference points each has used in their works, Bob Bickerton created a CD to enhance aspects visually but aurally as well to form a piece to be contemplated on and be enriched by. Tohu (signs) surround us manifesting before and through our differing senses. Presented as a-tinana (physical) and wha wairua (spiritual) appearances, patterns, actions, sounds of the surrounding environment encompassing the seen and unseen, the ora and the mate.
SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Wednesday August 29 2018 9 IT’S FREE everyone welcome We’re having a party and you’re invited! Tennis clubs across Canterbury are opening their doors for a fun, FREE event for all ages. Bring yourself or bring your family to find out all there is to love about tennis! www.lovetennis.kiwi #lovetenniscanterbury Come play Racquets supplied. BBQ. Prizes. Giveaways. Avonhead Tennis Club Beckenham Tennis Club Bishopdale Tennis Club Burnside Park Tennis Club Burwood Park Tennis Club Cashmere Tennis Club Edgeware Tennis Club You could WIN A TRIP FOR TWO to the ASB CLASSIC in Auckland this January. *Times may vary by club. Please check website for details. Elmwood Tennis Club Halswell Tennis Club Mt Pleasant Tennis Club Opawa Tennis Club Oxford Tennis Club Riccarton Domain Tennis Club Rolleston Tennis Club Shirley Tennis Club South Brighton Tennis Club Southbridge Tennis Club Spreydon Tennis Club Springston Tennis Club Te Kura Hagley Park Tennis Club Waimairi Tennis Club Voucher for a FREE pizza for every visitor Saturday 8 Sept Sunday 9 Sept 1-4pm* Rain dates: 15 & 16 Sept
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