Intercreate

Artists' residency in Mahia to focus on energy-themed project

Artists' residency in Mahia to focus on energy-themed project

Among the 12 international, Gisborne and East Coast artists taking part in a 10-day Intercreate artists’ residency in Mahia are Josiah Jordan (left) originally from the USA, Stacey Aglok MacDonald (Arctic Circle) who is joined by her daughter Nalajoss Ellsworth, Te Rangi Roimata Kutia-Tataurangi (Maraetaha), Tracey Benson (Australia) and Jo Tito (Gisborne).

Picture by Paul Rickard

Twelve international, Gisborne and East Coast artists are taking part in a 10-day Intercreate artists’ residency. The artists met in Gisborne this week before they headed to Mahia to collaborate on the ocean energy-themed arts project.

Non-profit organisation Intercreate has a focus on art, science, culture and technology.

Artists involved with this year’s Intercreate residency will bring with them a project that will interact and possibly morph into more projects as the residency progresses, says Tito.

This will enable participants to see another perspective, develop their own creative practice and contribute to wider global conversations on environmental issues.

Full story in Thursday’s Guide.

Twelve international, Gisborne and East Coast artists are taking part in a 10-day Intercreate artists’ residency. The artists met in Gisborne this week before they headed to Mahia to collaborate on the ocean energy-themed arts project.

Non-profit organisation Intercreate has a focus on art, science, culture and technology.

Artists involved with this year’s Intercreate residency will bring with them a project that will interact and possibly morph into more projects as the residency progresses, says Tito.

This will enable participants to see another perspective, develop their own creative practice and contribute to wider global conversations on environmental issues.

Full story in Thursday’s Guide.

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