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The Ocean Race Summit Auckland
The Ocean Race Summit Auckland is the first of the Ocean Summit series to be presented in Australasia on 1 October 2021.
The Ocean Summit series is a global platform to accelerate action for our marine world by reaching the decision-makers who can make this happen.
A Pathway to Sustainable Events by 2030
Calling all event producers, stakeholders, suppliers and change-makers: you're invited to join this practical session, designed to develop an Action Plan for transitioning the event sector to zero carbon.
Image provided by Glenn McLelland.
Miranda Brown Interiors
As an Artist and Regenerative designer Miranda Brown’s creative practice inspires audiences to connect with nature and reflect.
Miranda Brown has been a leader in the sustainable fashion movement in New Zealand and is driven by regenerative design principles that look after nature and all life based on ‘Living Systems’ thinking.
“Essentially my art is all about connecting people to the beauty of nature to enhance wellbeing and to inspire people to look after our natural world. The focus of my work is the flora and fauna of Aotearoa referencing our Manu / native birds both extinct and endangered and Tane / the trees of our splendid forest ”
Airways (2021) is a multi-media artwork created in collaboration with artist (Dr Vicki Kerr) with musician (Micah Livesay) and mathematician (Chris Batterton) that reflects upon the environmental impact of aviation and more broadly ways in which the atmosphere is permeated at every layer by technologies of communication, transportation and scientific research.
Te Taki o te Ua / The Sound of Rain
Te Taki o te Ua / The Sound of Rain is a collaboration between choreographer & video artist Louise Potiki Bryant, kaiwaiata & leading player of taonga puoro Ariana Tikao and composer Paddy Free.
Te Taki o te Ua / The Sound of Rain is a video installation consisting of three video works weaving dance, waiata, taonga puoro, animation, video and soundscape to address the impacts of climate change in the takiwā of Kāi Tahu, Te Waipounamu.
Mana Moana Digital Ocean brings together more than 20 leading Māori and Pacifica artists from across Aotearoa for an online collection of multimedia and video art – all housed over an immersive waterscape rendered in 3D.