This video uses footage from the Vanuatu Women’s Water Music DVD (available from Wantok Musik – www.wantokmusik.org). The Aotearoa New Zealand launch of the DVD took place at SCANZ2015:water*peace. The video, edited for SCANZ by Scott Wallis, played as part of the Riverside Cinema series – projected over the Huatoki Stream.
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Alternative energy pioneer Allan Giddy exhibited two works at SCANZ2015. The first was the night time projection of Night swimmer onto a small stream in Pukekura Park. The second, England Expects … (Aotearoa) 2014-15 was installed on the foreshore by the Huatoki outlet. The installation is solar powered, and uses three mics on the tips of fishing lines – which turns them into aeolian harps (which are blown by the wind). The audio created is mixed with the UK weather forecast, and a recorded response by violinist Alison Blunt of the London Improvisers Orchestra. A special implementation of England Expects … (Aotearoa) 2014-15 at SCANZ involved waiata sung by Jo Tito, connecting the specific location to the British influences in the work.
The video by Inahaa Te Urutahi Waikerepuru was one of four played as part of the night time projections in Pukekura Park on Friday 30th January 2015 during SCANZ2015. The video was projected directly on to natural bush that borders the park.
Following are in depth descriptions of the works to be presented on the first night of SCANZ 2015 International Celebration of Water and Peace. On Friday 30th January between 9pm and 11pm, the artist will present their work. Additional projects will also be presented on the evening. The core group exhibiting and their projects as […]
Four artists will present video projects at night in Pukekura Park, starting 9pm on Friday 30th January on the Boat Shed Lawn. The evening runs until 11pm. The evening commences the SCANZ 2015 International Celebration of Water and Peace, with events starting at the Huatoki Plaza on Saturday 31st of January and Sunday 1st February […]
Intercreate.org, Te Matahiapo Indigenous Research Organisation, Creative New Zealand and the Western Institute of Technology at Taranki are honoured to host two Nunavut (Canadian Inuit) artists to the SCANZ residency: Jesse Tungilik and Stacey Aglok MacDonald. They will attend the SCANZ2015:water*peace international celebration of water and peace in Nga Motu New Plymouth from January 17th […]
Above is a link to the radio interview of Jo Tito, Jesse Tungilik, Stacey Aglok MacDonald and Nina Czegledy who were in Nga Motu New Plymouth attending Scanz 2015:water and peace.
This is the programme for the activity led by Chris Fowles and Kevin Archer, as part of SCANZ 2015 International Celebration of Water and Peace in central New Plymouth on Saturday 31st January 2015. 11.00am -11.30am · We will talk in general terms about Council monitoring of Taranaki rivers and streams and in particular the […]
This is the programme for events on the final weekend of SCANZ 2015 International Celebration of Water and Peace – Friday 30th January to Sunday February 1st. There will be activities, performances and screenings, and art works will be on display. Friday night there are night time projections, Saturday there are activities in Huatoki Plaza and Puke Ariki landing, Sunday is a walking symposium on water and peace.
Further down the page is the schedule for Water and Peace workshops at Quirky Creative – for ages 5 to adult, which take place from Monday 26th to Friday 30th January. Projects made at the workshops will be displayed on the 31st.
As organisers of the SCANZ residency, we are working on ways to reduce our water footprint. We usually supply tea, coffee beans and a coffee grinder because our largely artist group loves coffee. However, for 2015 water*peace we are considering not supplying coffee on Fridays, and only providing locally grown herbal tea: lemon verbena. This is because the best way to reduce water footprint is to consume locally grown products.
In addition, rather than purchasing the coffee solely on the basis of taste, we will be purchasing Fair Trade Organic. We are also intent on getting food from local suppliers as much as possible. These are positive steps to take, in line with our determination to be involved in positive experiences in regard to the environment.