Next Wave Festival 2020: A Government of Artists
As COVID-19 / Coronavirus raises many concerns globally and within this sector, our involvement in Next Wave Festival 2020 will shift too. Whilst we are sad that the work we have been planning for a year now will inevitably change, we are grateful for the wise action taken.
Next Wave Festival 2020: To Go Forward Slowly and Very Gently
We're part of Next Wave! We've been quiet for the last few months, but New Wayfinders (NWF) are excited to share that we have joined the line up for Next Wave Festival's (NWF) 2020 iteration - 'A Government of Artists'. We look forward to sharing more details in the program launch early next year
New Wayfinders Podcast Channel
February 2-3, 2019
Developed with the guidance of Anja Kanngieser at SIGNAL Arts Hub. New Wayfinders sat a 2 day community workshop to develop members skills in producing and delivering podcasts. Two pilots were released with more to come. Stay tuned!
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Digital Writers' Festival 2018 - "Collectives and Community with Areej Nur, Kate ten Buuren and Alec Reade"
October 12, 2017
Our guest host for this episode is the multi-talented Areej Nur, co-founder of Still Nomads African artist collective. Areej is joined by Kate ten Buuren of This Mob Aboriginal artist collective and Alec Reade of New Wayfinders Pasifika artist collective. Together, they discussed community, creativity, and collective strength.
Kate ten Buuren is a young Taungurung artist and filmmaker, whose driving force is building confidence throughout her community. Find out more about This Mob here: www.facebook.com/thismob/
Areej Nur is a radio producer, presenter and trainer. She is the co-founder and curator of African artist collective and organisation, Still Nomads. Find out more about Still Nomads here: www.facebook.com/stillnomads/