The process of imagining, forming and constructing environments
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR WELLINGTON LUX LIGHT FESTIVAL 2015 OPEN NOW!
Wellington LUX 2015 is inviting expressions of interest for its 2015 light festival. We are encouraging any students, creative practitioners and businesses interested in creating exciting light based installations that will illuminate Wellington’s laneways and waterfront for the 9 day festival to apply now!
Wellington LUX is a free public light festival that turns Wellington’s waterfront and laneways into a captivating celebration of light, art, technology and design.
In 2014 the festival showcased a fantastical array of light sculptures that wound their way through an urban light trail within the city’s laneways and then spilt out into a promenade of light installations along the waterfront. These were accompanied by artist talks from national and international artists, designers, and researchers; pop up exhibitions and installations; and fun free activities.
Over 65,000 people attended the event in 2014, and 2015 promises to be even bigger!
Expressions of interest for 2015 will close at midnight NZST on Friday February 13th.
Apply online at http://lux.org.nz and fill in the step-by-step application form on our site.
The Large Format Printing process is now streamlined through this google form:
The large format printer can print 910mm by any length.
The cost is $10 per full color A1, $5 for black and white.
Per lm (linear meter) (910mm x 1000mm)
Please complete this form,
Copy the print file to the server \\student shared\Large Format Printing\
Pickup and Pay at the Toystore in Block 12 on level C (eftpos only) 11am – 1pm daily
Stress Less 4 Success workshops – Semester 2: 2014
Workshops for students who would like to manage stress/anxiety better.
Where: Conference Room, Level 2 Student Services Trust Building, opposite
When: 4 Tuesdays 11:30-1 pm (16, 23, 30 September and 7th
Who: facilitated by Patricia Ford (Senior Counselor, SHCC)
What: Lunch supplied for first session
The focus is on:
• Practical strategies to manage stress and anxiety
• Managing relationships more effectively to reduce stress
• Changing the brain to manage stress
• Thinking patterns and mindfulness
• Discussion to whatever extent people feel comfortable
If you would like to attend please contact:
Student Health and Counselling Centre
Phone: 801-2542 or Massey 8015799 ext 62211
We are pleased to announce our open call to artists from New Zealand and around the world for The Performance Arcade 2015 programme.
The Performance Arcade 2015 is also proud to be affiliated with International Programme Sponsors Bolton Hotel, and supported with Creative New Zealand funding. A new development is a partnership with 30 Upstairs Gallery (Wellington) that provides an exhibition opportunity for artists in the lead-up to The Performance Arcade 2015. This includes a Performance Series exhibition for selected works in November 2014.
Proposals are invited for The Performance Arcade 2015:
(1) The Container Series: shipping container-situated installations / performances
(2) The City Series: a programme of performance events / installations occurring along the
Wellington Waterfront, or extending into the nearby city.
(3) The Stagespace: a sheltered outdoor stage behind the Arcade, with a bar, seating, lights and
sound system. Ideal for live music, culinary art, and other performances.
(5) The Audio-Visual Series: curated by Jacqui Wilson and Johann Nortje, this programme of moving
image and sound works will be installed on screens and projection surfaces around the Arcade
(4) The Arcade also welcomes proposals for new initiatives and concepts that may not fit the above.
We encourage proposals that radicalise the event or add new programmes or features.
PROPOSALS ARE DUE ON 1 AUGUST 2014 AT 5PM.
Spatial Design Students, you might like to consider entering a design competition:
Use this link: http://www.
It’s great for the other students and wider national/international community to see your work.
Think of it as another tumblr/behance online portfolio, but with an admin you can contact.
Also, it has been requested that we select exemplar spatial design student work to be put forward for several upcoming competitions including the Best Awards
In order to simplify this process, we’re going to make our selection from projects on the spatial archive.
The Sainsbury House – Olivia Pitcher