Eastern Courier : February 2nd 2011
5 EASTERN COURIER, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 NEWS Best of Fresh for Less Dannemora 345 Chapel Road Pakuranga 290 Ti Rakau Dr Botany 280 Botany Rd Howick 219 Moore St Normal trading hours Mon - Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm. EC2/2 All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin New Season Buttercup 99¢kg Red Capsicums $1.99bag Long Egg Plant $3.99kg Black Doris Plums $2.99bag Yummy Hunny Nectarines $3.99kg Portabella Mushrooms $8.99kg tray Hass Avocados $1.99of 3 Coconut Ice Peaches $2.39bag 800g 800g SUPER DEALS @ FENCHURCH LIQUOR Cnr Fenchurch and Taniwha St, Glen Innes PHONE 528-7044 email: email@example.com FENCHURCH LIQUOR STORE MORE SPECIALS IN STORE (EXP 1/02/2011) Fat Bird 750ml Matua Road 750ml Coruba Rum Black Heart Rum 1lt Flame Lion Ice Black Ice 15 Pack Dewars Ballantines 1lt Wither Hills 750ml $100 $30 3 FOR 2 FOR $20 $20 3 FOR 2 FOR $60 2 FOR $30 24 FOR $70 $20 2 FOR Smirnoff Vodka Gordons Gin 1lt Archers Feijoa Cruiser Vodka Ice To arrange an audition time or for further information please call Julie Wright on 968 8780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 7707 000149subs Leap into a career as an actor, singer or dancer. Manukau Institute of Technology is holding final auditions for the new Diploma in Performing Arts which covers acting, singing and dancing, for television, theatre and much more. Auditions are being held at the MIT Faculty of Creative Arts, 60 Lovegrove Crescent, Otara 10am - 5pm Wednesday 9 February Creating art for a 45,000-strong crowd Out of the box: Local artist Vivien Masters was involved in Live Art for Charity at this year's Big Day Out. Photo: KRISTINA RAPLEY By KRISTINA RAPLEY Live art: Vivian Masters painting at the Big Day Out. Turning heads is all in a day's work for Vivien Masters. The 23-year-old artist from Cockle Bay has always attracted atten- tion for her look and she's now gaining atten- tion in the art world. She was one of 10 artists chosen to take part in Live Art for Char- ity at this year's Big Day Out on January 21. Organised by Auck- land nightclub and func- tion centre Cassette Nine, the artists had to create a piece of artwork in front of 45,000 partygoers and live bands. It was really full on,'' she says. I chose to do a really detailed artwork so it took me longer than all the other artists, eight hours all up. I was kneeling on the ground or standing for most of the day so I felt like I'd run a marathon the day after.'' All 10 artworks will be exhibited and put up for sale at Cassette Nine with half the profits going to the artists and the rest to the Sustainable Coastlines Charity. Sustainable Coastlines organise coastal clean- ups at beaches, coastlines and islands. It's a charity close to Vivien's heart because she spent much of her childhood playing at Cockle Bay beach. She enjoys photogra- phy, painting and sketching and most of her work centres around femininity. I love the female form, the waist and hips, the long limbs and dainty features,'' she says. I'm all about playing up femininity and going over the top. I love 18th century fashion too, it was ter- ribly impractical -- but fabulous,'' she says. Vivien has always dressed out of the ordi- nary. On school mufti days when other kids were wearing the newest fashion, she was wearing vintage fur coats and lip- stick. I started getting into the gothic look when I was a teenager and got piercings and dyed my hair all kinds of colours. My mother was quite distraught. She thought I wasn't going to be able to get a job and people wouldn't take me seriously.'' She has recently resigned from her job at the Auckland City Library to pursue art fulltime and has already got a few illustration jobs lined up. The Live Art for Char- ity exhibition is on this Friday from 4pm until late at Cassette Nine, 9 Vulcan Lane, central Auckland. It's gold coin entry and entertainment focused around the exhibition will be on from 6pm- 10pm with drinks and nibbles provided. A percentage of the bar sales will also be donated to the charity. Visit www.vivien masters.com or www.sustainable coastlines.org.
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