Gallery hosts prints ‘influencer’

A COLLECTION of David Hockney prints drawn from the National Gallery of Australia’s collection will go on display at Mornington Peninsula Gallery, October-1 December. Hockney is considered one of the...

Kids Fest on its way!

FRANKSTON Arts Centre is hosting the first ever Kids Fest in the September school holidays. Featuring live shows and workshops, it promises to be lots of fun. The little ones can take part in the Gra...

Reality show may change everything for model artist

IT would be easy for audiences to miss the nuances that go into the staging of reality shows on TV. Engrossed in the quick repertoire of “contestants” or by their sideways glances at their partners o...

Moths central to creators’ global network

WHEN it comes to moths as works of art, they can also be a metaphor for the benefits of migration. Nocturnal pollinators without borders, moths inspired US artist Hilary Lorenz to design a “Moth Migr...

Exhibition celebrates pride

Mornington Peninsula Shire and Headspace Frankston will show the work of LGBTIQA+ people and their allies at next month’s Proud on the Peninsula Art Exhibition . The exhibition theme LGBTIQA+ Lives i...

Run aims for road safety

PLANS are well underway for this year’s 6.7 kilometre fun run or walk Arthurs Seat Challenge, from Rosebud to Seawinds Gardens at the top of Arthurs Seat. This event promotes and raise money for the ...

Artists picture their memories

AN exhibition opening in Mornington later this month will show the Mornington Peninsula as seen through the eyes of 58 artists. The artists will explore the beauty of the region for the Southern Buoy...

Ramping up is a family activity

A SHARED passion for skating has allowed Hastings dad and skateboarding coach Craig Mitchell to spend quality time with his three children – Riley, 13, Kobe, 10, and Indy, 6. Fort the past five years...