Congratulations to Alan Deare, Mark Purdom, Shari Baker, and Luke McConnell for being nominated in 2016’s Best Awards, and for attaining the awards they received. Please click on the images or text links below to read more on the Best Awards website.
Purdom and Deare won Gold in the Editorials and Books category for ‘From Certainty to Doubt’
McConnell and Baker won bronze in the Nga Aho – Student category for:
Korero: A gathering of stars, a gathering of stories
We’re very proud of you all.
Tatai Whetu // Star Clusters is a collaborative exhibition of contemporary artworks by past and present Maori & Pacific Island Wintec Media Arts students.
The exhibition is a mixture of works that explore Maori & Pacifika themes and concepts acknowledging the past, present and the future.
An opening night will launch this exhibition on Thursday 28 April 2011 from 5:30pm at Artspost Gallery at 120 Victoria Street.
The exhibition runs from Friday 29th April through to Monday 6th June and is open for public viewing between 10am- 4.30pm daily.
Tatai Whetu is running as a lead up to Matariki.
For more information check out the Artspost Gallery website.
Images from 2009 Bachelor of Media Arts (Photography) students. More to be added in 2010.
Bachelor of Media Arts (Photography) graduate Christine Cornege, now working at the Marlborough Express newspaper, won four junior photographer categories in the Qantas Media Awards recently, including Best Junior Portfolio, Best Single Picture by a Junior, Best Breaking News Picture by a Junior, and Best Feature Picture by a Junior.
Also featuring in the awards were fellow BMA photography graduates Katrina Bielski, nominated as a finalist in the Best Object/Portrait/Fashion Portfolio category for her work at the Waikato Times and Hamilton Press; and Kent Blechynden from the Dominion Post, who was a finalist for Best Art Portfolio and Best Sports Portfolio.
Examples of all winning and finalist photographs can be seen in the full photography results on the Qantas Awards website.