Third International Visual Methods Conference. (First week of Sept., 2013 dates tba)
We warmly invite researchers, artists, scientists, educators, curators, designers and producers from academia, public sector organisations, industry, Indigenous/Aboriginal and community organisations, not-for-profit, and arts practice organisations into the conference space.
We are initially seeking proposals for activities that will engage the conference title and location, and stimulate creative collaborations between individuals, collectives and institutions that cross cultural, disciplinary, sectoral and/or geographic boundaries.
Proposals may take different forms: workshops, exhibitions, screenings, ephemeral pieces, temporary sculptures, mediated 3D presentations, mash-ups, ‘infotainment’-style presentations, static 2D designs or field-trips (but not limited to these suggestions). Selection will be influenced by: an acknowledgement of the bi-cultural status of Aotearoa/New Zealand, its deep connection to Pacific Island states, availability of resources, environmental and/or social impact. Preference will be given to individuals/teams that will also be presenting a paper within the academic core of the conference.
A separate call for academic papers/panels investigating Visual Methods on the conference theme(s) will be sent out in mid-January. Proposals and paper abstracts will be due 28 February 2013. Venue(s): Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Victoria University Wellington, and CBD Wellington sites.
Victoria University of Wellington
Cotton Building, Kelburn Parade
(+64)44636194 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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