Sunday, July 21, 2019

Luiy Palmer Water Colour Artist

Check out Liuy Palmer's latest art prints.
These captivate a surreal atmosphere. You can contact Liuy Palmer on Luiy Palmer Art

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Karl William Fleet - Novel Writer

Karl William Fleet has completed his Masters in Creative Writing and has accomplished a trilogy selling in New York.

Also check out his encouraging video at ComicCon

Monday, March 25, 2019

Dr Ann Poulsen - Story Club

About Dr Ann Poulsen: Dr Ann Poulsen is a culture researcher, producer and consultant, who has worked with major corporations, local government, non-pro ts and the arts community. She has a PhD in English Literature for her research on image/text and the use of language as an art practice. Her esteemed writing on the arts have been published by university presses, dealer galleries, Art NZ, The Big Idea and for the NZ Institute of Architects. Both of Ann’s Summer School workshops are suitable for writers and visual artists alike. Whilst on our programme Ann produced a number of projects: The Story of the Lantern Festival book, Colour Redux: Exhibition in February 2019, and the Peace Bell in the Japanese Friendship Garden. Ann is a creative practitioner working with and developing community through building arts and culture engagement and capability. Her Story Club project engages with ethnic minorities in West Auckland to celebrate identity and connect community. Her areas of research include the city as a social and creative construct, the built and digital spaces of oral cultures and augmented reality.

Sunday, February 3, 2019

From Guy to Paula:

Guy Langford

I'm getting in touch as you've been part of the journey of making Shortland Street - The Musical a reality. As you may know, we had a fantastic premiere season with Auckland Theatre Company, which audiences and critics loved, but unfortunately due to insufficient ticket sales, the national tour of the show was cancelled.

But the show must go we're recording an album! I'm running a crowdfunding campaign to fund this project, and it would be great to have your support.

You can help by:

Visiting our Boosted page - where you'll find more info on the project

Making a donation - from as little as $5.00 (donations are eligible for a 33% tax credit from Inland Revenue)

Spreading the word - share with your networks, tell a friend


Guy Langford / +64 21 109 6177 /