July 20, 8:00am - 9:30am NZST. Hosted at Auckland Art Gallery
part of a series on Intention
About the speaker
Julia Waite is a woman whose intention is to bring the beautiful work of New Zealand art into our everyday. She holds the role of Curator, New Zealand Art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, where she has worked on a number of large-scale exhibitions including the 5th Auckland Triennial (2013) and Space to Dream: Recent Art from South America (2016), Freedom and Structure: Cubism and New Zealand Art 1930– 1960 (2015) and most recently she co-curated Gordon Walters: New Vision, which opens at Auckland Art Gallery in July 2018.
Julia has worked at National Gallery Singapore and The Substation, Singapore however her real passion is in exploring the development of modern art in New Zealand and global modernisms, and how this reflects the development of our country as a whole. She has a Masters in Art History and a Master in Museum Studies.
3rdeye is a specialist recruitment and talent management agency based in Auckland, New Zealand - working locally, acting globally. We offer expertise recruitment, talent management, search, career and industry advice within the Advertising, Design, Digital, PR and Media industries. We focus on representing the best talent and matching them with the perfect client. Simply put – you meet them through us!
Creative New Zealand encourages, promotes and supports the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders through funding, capability building, our international programme and advocacy.
It’s tempting to get caught up in the latest and greatest, but we try to remember who we are doing this for and what it is we do best: roasting delicious coffee and creating meaningful coffee experiences for folks who simply love coffee. We roast coffee for our amazing customers; be they café owners or enthusiastic home brewers - coffee drinkers! And luckily, we still get to drink it too. At the heart of Supreme is people, and the way coffee connects us. Perhaps our core product is not, in fact, coffee, but instead, what happens over a coffee shared - generous hospitality.
At antipodes we believe the heroes of the table should be the food and fine wine so we chose a water source that has a mineral fingerprint subtle enough to refresh but not alter the palate. Antipodes is very proud to support CreativeMornings Auckland because everything we do in life requires a creative mind.
Bread & Butter Bakery specialises in organic, long fermented sourdough breads and handmade pastries, cakes and savouries. Bread made in this way does not need any additives or baking aids, instead the traditional slow fermentation creates all the flavour and texture and simultaneously makes the bread more easily digestible. Pastries are made with real ingredients, no out of the bag powders or ready to use fillings. Bread & Butter believes in supporting and giving back to the local community that support us. We therefore work with various charities, schools, and creative people and hope to contribute to a vibrant and viable Auckland city.
At Almighty, we strive to be socially innovative with the way we do business (juicy business), and creativity has always been at the heart of social innovation, exploring new ways of finding solutions to world problems that are more just, more efficient, more sustainable and, sometimes, just more effective. We choose to support the CreativeMornings breakfast lectures to not only encourage others to take part, but to engage in this discourse ourselves, to learn, and to take part in some small way.
NZ’s first and only packaging company to produce only plant-based sustainable packaging. Focused on leading the way to inspire change and provide the most sustainable packaging on the market at affordable prices.
The Jungle is a small team of multimedia communicators who have been making digital content together since 2012. Combining our creative, technical and strategic skills: we are a content production company that specialises in the creation of engaging content for digital channels. We strive to keep things simple, to be genuine and easy to work with, and to produce content that’s beautiful, consistent, and real. And we’ve been supporting the CreativeMornings/AKL team with our other “creative hats” on since the beginning.
We love that we make every jar of Fix & Fogg from start to finish in our factory in Wellington. From designing our labels to our carefully blended peanut butter, we’re completely hands-on throughout the entire process. We think our award-winning butters are so popular because people can taste the difference in a product that’s handmade by humans who care about quality.
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