Tasman Leader : August 1st 2013
11 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 1, 2013 ARTS STOKE THUR FRI SAT McCashin's Brewery 660 Main Rd Stoke 547 0329 Quiz Night 7pm -- 9pm Turf Hotel Songer St, Stoke 547 7791 RICHMOND Club Waimea 345 Queen St, Richmond 543 9179 Members Draw Matt Werner Texas Poker MAPUA The Playhouse 171 Westdale Rd, Mapua 540 2985 UPPER MOUTERE Moutere Inn 1406 Moutere Highway, Upper Moutere 543 2759 Ralph B Eades Karaoke with Shaz after S15 Folk Night From 7pm Social Dance Blues Music Day Boogie Train NELSON The Boathouse Wakefield Quay, Nelson Randall's Cafe & Bar 172 St Vincent St, Nelson 548 4886 The Royal Hotel 153 Bridge St, Nelson 546 9279 Liquid Bar 75 Bridge St, Nelson 548 0270 Theatre Royal 78 Rutherford St, Nelson 548 3840 Nelson School of Music 48 Nile St Nelson 548 9477 The Vic Brew Bar 281 Trafalgar St, Nelson 548 7631 Jada Jazz 7pm Celtic Pipe Band Braveheart 7pm Karaoke 8.30pm With Colleen Two Shades Of Brass - 7.30pm Louis Baker & Band - 8pm Mustard - 7.30pm Live Music @8pm Whiskey Priest Live Music @9pm House Of Kramit Kiwi Jam Session Lou Bragg Live Live Music Aaron Douglas Live Music With Mr Ferretti One Six Live 8pm Speight's Ale House 99 Quarantine Rd, Stoke 547 7336 Super Rugby Final FEZ 9.15pm GO TO www.theleader.co.nz to list your upcoming events GOING OUTGUIDE Beethoven's Piano Sonatas featuring the Appassionata sonata Chamber Music New Zealand Presents chambermusic.co.nz/recycle /ChamberMusicNZ CONCERT Tuesday August, . pm Nelson School of Music buy tickets: ticketdirect.co.nz www.playhousecafe.co.nz JIB JAM Fri 9th August RAYBON KAN Sat 10th August Phone (03) 540 2985 5526055AA PHARMACY 03 548 6495 • 11 TAHUNANUI DRIVE (OPP KFC) BUY NOW AT HARLEY'S PHARMACY 200ml for only $39.50 (lasts 3-5mths) Get your refill now or if you haven't tried it come in and chat to us now to see if transdermal Magnesium Oil is right for you Do you suffer from Muscle Cramps, Migraines, Insomnia, Restlessness, Irritability, Anxiety or Depression? 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Photo: MARION VAN DIJK Art awards expand By HELEN MURDOCH Impressions Art Awards has thrown open its doors to national entrants. For the past six years the awards, sponsored by Richmond s art supply and framers Impres- sions, has focused on providing regional artists with a vehicle to display and grow their portfolios. Founding sponsor Lewis Della Bosca said the grass root awards have always been popular with local artists, regularly attracting about 180 entrants. Taking the awards to the national field was not just about growing the quantity of the entrants, but also the quality. Making the awards a national event would help raise the bar by increasing the number and qual- ity of entries, Lewis said. It ll put pressure on artists to perform, it will get artists to dig deeper and take that next step. Lewis said the support of six new sponsors, three of who are working artists, bolstered the strength of the awards shared vision to support artists. This is a fantastic initiative. Nelson has long been known as an arty place, but often that has not translated into due recognition. Our artists now believe they are good enough to stand on the national stage. Refinery Artspace manager Roger Thorn antici- pated an exciting body of work and a very reward- ing exhibition would be generated by the awards. The new awards would continue to feature the people s choice while a new student art award has been included to provide opportunity for up and coming contemporary art students. The new Impressions Art Awards features six categories with a combined prize pool of more than $4000. The supreme award is sponsored by Impres- sions. The second place award is sponsored by the Nelson Arts Council and Icon Gallery and Sculp- ture Park. Third place wins $250 from Jill Voll- mer, an accountant who specialises in arts busi- nesses. Top of the South award of $250 is sponsored by Lisa Grennell. The people s choice award of $250 is sponsored by Tony Allain. The student s award is a fully funded, solo exhibition sponsored by Refinery Gallery. Entries close on August 23 with the selected works exhibited at The Refinery Artspace from September 14 to October 5.
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