It’s that time of year again. Some mega outdoor film viewing action lies ahead for the Wellington region. Let’s all raise our faces skyward in the hope the weather comes to the party this year as the line-up is the right mix of classic, contemporary and fun! Kicking off THIS Thursday 6 February AT *6:30PM […]
I was in Wellington, my first time back since I left in April, and I was furiously catching up on things. I got the bus out to the Hutt and visited the Dowse Art Museum. It was choice, but as I left the gallery, I spied something much more intriguing across the square. Over at […]
This guest post comes direct to us via the very talented Emma of Emma Makes This Saturday it’s Craft 2.0 time again and I’ll be selling. I thought I’d also share some of my inside tips to making the most of the fair… Become a friend of Craft 2.0 Signing up to become a friend […]
This regular craft market is run by our very own Sue.
It’s a chance to meet up with quite a few of the Wellingtonista staffers who will be on both sides of the stalls (I think).
It’s a perfect time to treat yourself with something special and totally you darlink!
Details, details, details:
Want to know who’s got craft stuff for sale, read on …
Taken straight from the Weta Holics website:
As if you needed another reason to live in New Zealand! The wonderful Dowse Museum in Lower Hutt has just re-launched and is now calling itself TheNewDowse . . . AND theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re hosting a King Kong exhibition from June to November this year!
TheyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re calling it Becoming King Kong. I feel excited just thinking about it!
ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s opening on 23 June and runs until 11 November 2007. A wee bird tells me that itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s packed with insights into the ground-breaking film-making technologies used to make the movie, as well as the creative processes used in the conception of the character of Kong. ThatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s right Ã¢â‚¬â€œ the grumpy ape that keeps on turning up in the film he heÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
The exhibition will take you behind the scenes to experience the Weta way of working, the expansive collection of the sculptured creatures, the beauty of the sketches, the innovative techniques and the secrets of how these were achieved: it took thousands of drawings, hundreds of design maquettes and Weta DigitalÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s visual effects team years of work to create the character of Kong.
To celebrate the exhibition, weÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll be revealing previously never seen before online images from the making of the film in the new Weta Gallery …