The Big Screen Symposium is back for its second year, claiming its place as a must-attend annual event for New Zealand filmmakers. Come again and bring your friends, crew and collaborators! An exciting line-up of speakers will be announced in the weeks to come atwww.bigscreensymposium.com .
When: August 10/11, 2013
8am-5pm (Sat) / 9:30am-5:30pm (Sun)
Where: University of Auckland, Owen Glenn Building, Auckland
Ticket Prices: Early Bird $275 / Early Bird Industry $225 / Student $175
Full Price $325 / Full Price Industry $275 / Student $175
Like the Symposium on facebook and be in to win a free ticket. In 2013 the conference is promising to explore the big themes, big characters and big stories that still matter - no matter what size the screen.
Auckland Council's draft Public Art Policy is open for your feedback
'Art in Public Places' is out now and public feedback is invited until Monday 17 June, 5pm
Auckland Council's Draft "Public Art Policy - Art in public places", sets out a strategic framework to guide Auckland city's involvement in public art.
The policy document "Art in public places" (available here) is in two major sections. The first section (pages 1-13) is a summary of the policy and provides pictorial examples of the diversity of public art forms and art approaches encompassed by the policy. The second section (pages 15-34) is the policy in full. A contents page for the second part of the document is on page 14.
You may give your feedback via an online survey on Auckland Council's role in public art here, alternatively you can email your feedback to Rob Garrett, Public Art Policy Project Manager,Rob.Garrett@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
The closing date for feedback is Monday 17 June 2013, 5pm.