Contact the person hosting the speaker to book your place on the workshop.
Workshops are limited to up to 25 spaces (unless specified otherwise) and
are targeted at Wintec & University Students studying with the named
tutors. A few places are held available for the general public. If
you are not a student and would like to participate in a workshop please
contact Susanna Wilford for further details.
1. Jan Wilker
The first half is going to be a very short workshop about Creativity, while
the second half will be applied. Please bring a blank T-shirt and
a Stanley knife with you – and I’ll have some magic vinyl with
me. Together, we’ll make some design T-shirts. In addition,
feel free to bring your work/portfolio for review.
2. Beck Cole & Warwick Thornton
Filmmakers Forum: Kiwi & Australian filmmakers discuss where
they take their inspiration – topics, people, politics, personal stories – to
make dramas and documentaries. The audience are invited to participate.
3. Anna Miles
“In the Neighbourhood" is a hands-on workshop
about research and approaches to expanding the intellectual neighbourhood
you work in. This workshop will involve map-making and diagramming and
discussion of approaches to contextualizing your practice in fresh ways.
How can different approaches to research take you beyond what you already
know about practice? The workshop will focus on research as a way of getting
to know more about your own interests.
5. Lucia Koch
Participants are invited to bring their own works, projects, images and some
questions to be discussed. Topics can be: physical changes, mimetism,
deviation, transparency, ambient light, unnatural conditions, temporary
states, subliminal effects and visibility. Other subjects are welcome.
6. Joe Lambert
Lambert will explore with participants issues of voice and reflective listening,
the story circle process, and the integration of media in capturing life
stories. The workshop will include presentations of case studies
in digital storytelling, writing and visualization exercises, and software
overviews/tutorials. Participants are encouraged to bring one or
two artifacts/images/mementos as the basis for story prompts.
Max of 15 people in workshop.
7. Daphne Carr
Freelance writing in the 21st century: an introduction
Whether you're a budding journalist, a creative writer wanting to
support your art, or an expert with a story to tell, you may find
yourself in the position of pitching a story to a publication. In this
workshop I will discuss the basics of developing ideas into pitches,
making contacts, pitching stories and then following through with
writing, editing and getting paid. I will address the changes to the
freelance writing industry since my own beginnings 10 years ago and
discuss future writing outlets for writers in the digital marketplace.
Each participant is encouraged to bring an idea for a piece or a
published piece to discuss.
8. Luke Thomspon
Q&A session. Luke will be talking about his life and work in the music industry
in a question and answer session
When: Friday 10 August at 3pm Where: P.1.18, P Block, Wintec Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org