You would be forgiven for thinking they had something to do with Hamilton’s 150th birthday bash – but cosplay devotees on the city’s streets are collaborating for an international shoot.Continue Reading →
Abstract artist Darryn George showcases his grand scale works at the SPARK International Festival of Media, Arts and Design.Continue Reading →
Wintec’s Spark Week ventured away from the city for an exhibition opening at the Waikato University.
Liam Te Nahu’s “Tēnā Koe” is a showcase of his ink drawings inspired by Maori culture and his own spirituality.
Liam says the title is a way in which he connects with the viewer.
“The title of it [...]Continue Reading →
Creator of Dharma Punks graphic novel and designer of all your favourite Bro Town characters, Ant Sang was at Wintec for its annual Spark festival.Continue Reading →
Comic book artist Ant Sang discussed his experience crowd funding a collector’s edition of his cult-classic comic the Dharma Punks alongside Spark crowd funding panelists Kat Jenkins, Anna Jackson and Coralie Winn.Continue Reading →
Internationally known African designers are set to wow New Zealand audiences.Continue Reading →
Aussie screenwriter Drew Proffitt shares some of his triumphs and tribulations in the making of the runaway hit House Husbands, and how you can hone your own writing.Continue Reading →
The SPARK International Festival of Media, Arts and Design starts at Wintec’s School of Media Arts on MondayContinue Reading →
This year, Hamilton proudly presents the Hamilton Human Rights Film Festival in association with WINTEC School of Media Arts and the annual SPARK International Festival of Media, Arts and Design.Continue Reading →