: Screenwriter Nick Ward shares his secrets to writing a screenplay that engages the reader and reads professionally. The programme includes a screening of, seminars on how to listen, speed dating with social organisations, kids’ voting and to top it all off, an Election Night PARTY!
Come and hear how to inspire producers, avoid the common pitfalls and deal with the tough realities of getting your story to the big screen. We’d love to see the whole community come together to commiserate/celebrate the results of our democracy in action. Please come and join in the next Vogelmorn Precinct workshop and help the project progress in an exciting direction.
: esteemed filmmaker Gaylene Preston discusses creating a workable framework for each individual project. (The Omaroro Kitchen cafe will be running during the day.) Places are limited so please register your spot.
She’ll talk about managing the perils and pitfalls of working in such an inherently collaborative medium from the outset, including establishing clarity around ownership, ensuring you’re making the same project, and a team’s creative process. Barbarian Productions are making good on their recent Community awards win by hosting their annual Spring Uprising at the club – four days celebrating Arts for social change.
Bart is bringing spawn with him, so every participant will be able to take home their own oyster mushroom grow bag and log.
Whilst the focus will be on oyster mushrooms for this workshop, the methods we learn will be applicable to growing other types of mushrooms too, in particular shiitake.
The aim of ‘Phase 2’ of Vogelmorn Precinct Planning is to recommend a preferred design option and submit a request for funding later in 2017 to the next WCC Long-term Plan, whilst identifying short term projects that can be implemented in the coming year through community partnership with WCC.
The Vogelmorn Precinct project resulted from the Kaka Project 2014/15.
Now they are visiting Wellington and we have the chance to learn first-hand how their actions are leading to real change in Barcelona.
Music will be from about 3.15 and finish around 5 pm with a break to socialise and do some nibbling.
Koha entry, and bring a contribution to nibbles if you can.
The contribution made by participants has given the design team a very well considered brief and a large resource of information to work with.
We are excited to present back – and continue refining these ideas with you.
Thursday 24 August 6-8pm Barcelona En Comù started as a grouping of activists and ordinary people meeting in squares and neighborhoods who wanted to change the way their city was run.