It’s always interesting asking local business operators how they ended up…
In RAMS Brothers Colin and Les have been fighting for decades. Both are award-winning sheep farmers but when disaster strikes and disease threatens their flocks, will they be able to work together to save their sheep, their legacy, and their community?
Well we can find out soon, as the long awaited official release of RAMS is almost here! To celebrate, RAMS have given us an amazing prize pack to giveaway including:
a 100% Australian merino knitted RAMS drink cosie,
an Australian fan favourites DVD movie pack (The Castle, Breath and Red Dog)
AND a double pass to see RAMS.
In order to snag this amazing pack, just tag the person you would like to bring with you – and why you reckon they need a night out. Is your brother a top notch kind of guy? Maybe your Aunt? Perhaps just your best mate.
Let us know in the comments and we will announce a winner ahead of the official release of RAMS on November 12!
Graham Bennett- Around Every Circle
“Prominent NZ sculptor Graham Bennett is an explorer of our place and time, traversing issues of culture, history, identity and human impact on the planet”. These themes are traversed in a recently released magnificent Ron Sang publication “Around every circle” that coincides with a survey exhibition “Graham Bennett: Seeking a Balance” at the Christchurch Art Gallery. Join Graham Bennett and Diversion Gallery’s Barbara Speedy, editor of Around Every Circle for an illustrated talk covering a remarkable career.
Supported by Volume
6pm Tuesday 17th November 2020 Suter Theatre
Friends of The Suter : $10
General Public: $15
Book at The Suter, 03 548 4699
Graham Bennett grew up in Nelson, but now resides in Christchurch. Until recently we had one of his sculptures on our Pastorius Waller International Sculpture Walk. We will have a work by him in ‘Reverberation: Of Light, Land & Sea,’ opening November 7th.
Art On Screen: Secret Impressionists
Sunday November 15th at 1300
Wednesday November 18th at 1100
A documentary on the revolution at the core of the 19th century Impressionist movement, explored through 50 iconic paintings – hidden treasures previously inaccessible to the general public, now on display in Rome for the very first time.
“How did the Impressionists view the world? How was their work received? How did they go from being rejected by critics and the public to becoming, in just a few short years, some of the best loved works of art in the world? Featuring the Rome exhibition’s head curators, and compelling analyses made by experts, historians and artists.
Tickets available through State Cinema: https://suter.statecinemas.co.nz/movie/art-on-screen-secret-impressionists