Start Date
26 February -  
End Date
3 March 2017

Brink Frontier - Photival

Artist
Recent Graduates & Photival Open Call Winners
Main Image
Antony Kitchener
Opening Hours
Monday - Friday: 11am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Description

PHOTIVAL

Wellington's first photography festival in over a decade, aims to use photography as social commentary to discuss widely important issues we face in the world today.  We are proud to be acting as a bridge between our audiences and many local and international organisations working for positive social change.

PHOTIVAL IS PROUD TO PRESENT 'BRINK FRONTIER'


We will be showcasing a selection of recent graduates work which we feel not only fits the theme of Brink but also demonstrates the outstanding upcoming photographic talent from Wellington's Massey University.

 

​Evageline Davis - Touchy

Ben Murdoch - Scope

Chevron Hassett- Ko toku taumata tonu, ko Hawaiki

Chloe Burns Candy - It's the Little Things

Kasmira Krefft - For the Sake of Others


Alongside the selected graduates we will also be showcasing three winners from our open call competition selected by our international panel of judges.

 

​Ben Laksana - "I hope, with the grace of God, they can help me ease my pain” 

Christina Little - Wellington Trolley Buses

Antony Kitchener - ​Plastic Fantastic

 

​ASSOCIATED ORGANISATION


The associated organisation is Action Station. They believe in a New Zealand that is fair and flourishing, with courage and compassion at its core. They believe in a robust democracy powered by informed and connected citizens, guided by accountable leaders. They believe in putting everyday people and our precious planet first, and building an economy that truly serves us.

 

​PANEL EVENT AT THISTLE HALL


In Discussion – Can Images Evoke Social Change?

https://www.facebook.com/events/1038479889631546/

Saturday March 4th, 4pm, koha entry​