Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design: Moving Spaces Symposium with keynote presentation by Cristobal Palma

Acclaimed architectural and urban landscape photographer and filmmaker Cristobal Palma will be speaking in Auckland.

Cristobal Palma will present the keynote presentation at the MOVING SPACES SYMPOSIUM

Fri 22 Sept, 6.00pm
Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design
24 Balfour Road, Parnell
Auckland, 1052
New Zealand

Cristobal Palma is an architectural photographer and filmmaker based in Santiago, Chile where he founded Estudio Palma.

Palma studied at the Architectural Association (AA) in London before practicing as a photographer focused primarily on architecture and urban landscapes. His editorial work includes commissions for: MonocleWireThe New York Times and Domus.

Selected solo exhibitions include Paisajes locales, AFA Gallery, Santiago (2009); Espacio continuo, AFA Gallery, Santiago, curated by Camilo Yañez (2012); Espacio continuo, ZavaletaLab, Buenos Aires (2013); Punto de vista, Galeria Tajamar, Santiago (2014); Espacio Continuo, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago (2014); Construcción, Galeria XS, Santiago (2015).

In 2010 Palma began to produce short architectural films and his work has been shown in Canada, Colombia, Portugal and Italy. In 2012 Palma’s film work was presented at the Chile Pavilion at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale: CANCHA. In 2013 his film Piling Up won ‘Best Architecture Short Film’ at ArqFilmFest in Santiago, Chile.


Moving Spaces is an interdisciplinary symposium that will bring together academics, practitioners and researchers to address the expanded field of architectural filmmaking

Sat 23 Sept, 9.30am – 5.00pm (at same location)

Symposium Speakers:

Louise Mackenzie – Cinecity Architectural Film Project, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

‘Abject Nature: Haunting the modern city in Jacques Tati’s Play Time

Dr Andrew Denton – Head of Department: Postgraduate Studies at the School of Art and Design, at Auckland University of Technology, and a director at AUT’s App Lab.

‘Imperceptible Entities of Enormous Finitude: Cinematic Affects and Anthropocenic Cities’

Chris Brown + Dawid Wisniewski – senior visualisers, Warren & Mahoney Architects, Auckland, New Zealand

‘The Art of Visualisation from Virtual Reality to Architectural Film’

Professor Thomas Mical – Head of School, School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

‘Architecture for Panoramic Hypermodernity’

Both the keynote talk and symposium and screening are free to attend but registration is necessary.

Places can be booked here:
Cristobal Palma keynote talk – Fri 22 Sept, 6pm
Symposium & Screening 22 – 23 Sept

For further information about Moving Spaces, please contact
David Cowlard:info@architecturalfilm.space

www.architecturalfilm.space
#mvgspaces17

David Cowlard
Lecturer
Photo Media Dept.

 

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Photobook events at Whitecliffe College of Designs and Arts, Auckland.

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Photo book launch

13/11/15
5:30 pm ~ 7:30 pm

14/11/15
11:00 am ~ 2:00 pm

For the first time, the Photo Media Department of  Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design has placed emphasis on the photo book format within their curriculum. Year 3 Photo Media students will present their own photo books at the inaugural end-of-year book event launching on 13th November 2015 and running over two days.

The work will also be on display on Saturday 14 November, accompanied by a talk from Anita Tótha (Founder of Photobook Club Auckland and Remote Photobooks) and includes a screening of the short film documentary ‘Pictures on Paper: Photobooks in New Zealand’ (produced by Tangent Photography Collective).

The film profiles both established and emerging artists and photobook makers such as Ann Shelton, David Cook, Solomon Mortimer, and Shelley Jacobson and delivers a lively insight into the current photo book phenomenon.

The Year 3 photobook launch is on Friday 13 November from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.

The talk and screening takes place Saturday 14 November from 11am – 2pm.
11:15am Artists’ Talk with Anita Totha, Founder of Remote Photobooks and Photobook Club Auckland
11:45am Screening of  ‘Pictures on Paper-Photobooks in New Zealand’ documentary film produced by Tangent Photography Collective (30 minutes)

All events will be held at the Whitecliffe campus located at 24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Level 5 – Lecture Hall.

All are welcome to attend!

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Magnum announce photography workshops in Auckland

Photo © Chien-Chi Chang:Magnum Photos
Photo © Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos

 

MAGNUM WORKSHOPS in Auckland, New Zealand

From May 28th to June 1st, 2015
In collaboration with the Auckland Festival of Photography
Workshop venue: Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, 24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Auckland, NZ
Tuition Fee: 950€

In conjunction with the Auckland Festival of Photography and for the first time in New Zealand, Magnum Photos is thrilled to announce a new workshop in Auckland at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design from May 28th to June 1st, 2015.

Directed by the three amazing Magnum photographers Thomas Dworzak, Olivia Arthur and Chien-Chi Chang, they will offer a new unique intensive photography experience in Auckland through a daily program of shooting, reviews, group critiques, mentoring and editing sessions.

The workshop will end with a public presentation of the participants works produced during the 5 days.

As part of a special partnership with the British Journal of Photography, the editor will work with each Magnum tutor to identify a deserving workshop participant, who will enjoy a special online feature of their work accompanied by an interview.

In addition to the workshop, Thomas Dworzak, Olivia Arthur and Chien-Chi Chang will give a public talk in the course of the festival program – more details to come.

The Auckland Festival of Photography
The Auckland Festival of Photography in 2015 runs 28 May – 20 June. New Zealand’s only photographic festival, brings together artists, academics, curators, students, amateurs and professionals for the aim of encouraging the public to celebrate the art of photography.

Candidates are actively encouraged to participate in the diverse schedule of the festival events. Magnum Photos will present one exhibition, Offside Brazil. which includes work by : Susan Meiselas, David Alan Harvey, Jonas Bendiksen and Alex Majoli. More info

Conditions
Workshop participants should be able to show a good level of photographic aptitude and a desire to learn. Candidates will be expected to arrive comfortable with their equipment and ready to photograph. Each workshop is limited to 13 participants and photographers will be selected on the perceived benefit to their career and development.

Photographers should prepare sufficient research relating to what they wish to shoot prior to arrival. A story list will be provided for inspiration; however candidates are expected to formulate realistic projects in the geography and time supplied. Magnum will provide a suitable classroom infrastructure and participants will be responsible for their own time management.

Due to the fast pace of the workshop Magnum highly recommends that participants produce and edit their work digitally, using their own laptops. Individuals wishing to use film may do so, but at their own cost and during the time imposed. Lab services will be coordinated where required and where possible. Please specific in your application your preferred media. Please note – all workshops will be conducted in English.

The Magnum workshops will take place at the Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design
24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052, New Zealand / + 64 9 3095970 #726

Please see Full Terms & Conditions and APPLY for the workshop HERE