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Sign Painters Film Screening

When:

Fri 14 Nov 2014, 7:00pm–8:30pm

Where: Massey University - Te Ara Hihiko, Wallace Street, Mount Cook, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
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Listed by: Valerie Poort

This unique screening in New Zealand, made possible through the SEGD and Massey University, is a fundraiser for a 2015 design expedition to Chicago for a group of Massey students.

Film Synopsis:
The trailer can be viewed at http://www.signpaintersfilm.com/#watch
Sign Painters celebrates the hand-painted sign industry, an American tradition. This documentary explores a fascinating insight into a a highly specialised underground trade, emphasising an appreciation for a balance between art and commerce. Directed by Faythe Levine & Sam Macon, the film stylistically explores this unacknowledged art form through anecdotal accounts from artists across the country including Ira Coyne, Bob Dewhurst, Keith Knecht, Norma Jeane Maloney and Stephen Powers.

Event Details:
Come join us at Massey University's Creative Arts building Te Ara Hihiko. Parking will be available from 6pm at entrance E off Tasman Street, and other parking available on the streets around the University. Signage will guide you to The Pit, the building's lecture theatre and event space. Please allow some time to arrive and get seated, as the screening will start promptly at 7pm.

Massey Exposure Exhibition:
This screening is part of Massey University's Exposure 2014 exhibition, the annual graduate exhibition, showcasing the work of emerging artists and designers from the Massey University College of Creative Arts. This exhibition is open 9-5 daily (10-4 weekends) from 8-22 November. You are more than welcome to come visit the exhibition in these times. Please be aware of the exhibition as you move through the building on the night and be careful while moving past the work. Enjoy!

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