For the 2011 event the curatorial team of Intercreate were organised into the below roles. To see full biographies, you can visit the Intercreate Team page.
Trudy Lane, Creative Director – Focus: overall concept, symposium and symposium workshops, all print and online communications.
Ian M. Clothier, Co-organiser – Focus: residency & residency workshops
Nina Czegledy, Co-organiser – Focus: residency and external (remote guest) events
Intercreate team members were generously supported in the conceptual development and the project selection work by the thoughtful contributions of two very experienced and inspired collaborators Maggie Buxton and Grant Corbishley.
Maggie Buxton — Maggie has over 17 years experience in personal, professional, organisational and community development. This includes work with private, public and voluntary sector organisations across the globe. In recent years she has turned her attention to the interface between physical, digital, spiritual and imaginal spaces and a quest to generate sustainable transformation and have fun at the same time.
Grant Corbishley — Since 1986 Grant Corbishley has been involved in multi-discipline collaborative projects that have been exhibited in many countries. He is currently engaged in PhD research that involves participatory cartography, wireless and mobile technologies, environmental activism, and community concepts of stewardship. Grant Corbishley is a senior lecturer and coordinator of the Cross Discipline Collaborative Projects Program at the Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec), NZ.
In addition, Trudy wishes to acknowledge the support given to her in the development of aspects of the 2011 hui/symposium by the following people:
Sophie Jerram of Now Future – Together with Dugal McKinnon, the artist and curator Sophie Jerram has established an ongoing partnership to examine and promote artistic responses to climate change, Now Future. Now Future kindly partnered with Intercreate in providing support for the organisation and promotion of the 2011 symposium event.
Mike Dickison — An evolutionary biologist and science communicator with many a creative twist, Mike was a great sounding board and collaborator in the writing of symposium invitation texts aimed at the wider scientific community.
Assistant Organisers and Volunteers
Over the course of the event, many people pitch in, and their help is hugely appreciated. Here we acknowledge those who have stepped in with their own time to assist this event.
Laura Pullar — Our lovely event intern! Queen of social media, purveyor of all things online, keeper of the many flaming torches. We salute you Laura and will be eternally grateful for your dedicated and forthright assistance.
Vicki Smith — Galant hero, able to wield a video camera for several weeks at a moment’s notice. Vicki was of great assistance during the residency in her support of the UK artist Karen Ingham and her fabulous Pollinator Frocks project.
Intercreate wish to express their utmost thanks to all of the above who gave of their time to support the SCANZ 2011 project.