Public Engagement & Design
Are you in the midst of bringing
a special project to fruition?
We can offer our creative skills and
expertise to not only realise your vision but help it thrive and
We will work alongside you consulting, designing and crafting the goods or space that your project needs to flourish. Our broad experience in public art and engagement, graphic design, publishing, making and illustration means more tools at your disposal and a wider range of communication options. Your project will shine with one cohesive voice so it can more successfully connect with your chosen audience, whether they are a local community or targeted demographic.
Our focused and efficient approach is well rooted in the collaborative and holistic mindset that we bring to any project we work on.
We are experts in working to tight budgets and love using salvaged materials as much as possible. Recently we have worked with the Nature Through Arts Collective in their Imagine My City project which aims to get local children better connected with their natural environments. Before that we ran a successful public art project, Miniature Hikes, that saw hundreds of Wellingtonians enthusiastically exploring our cities diverse green spaces. See below for more details and images from these projects.
We are currently looking for projects to get stuck into.
Whether you are starting a social enterprise, getting a public engagement campaign off the ground, need a hand getting people involved in a research project, self publishing a book, or just want to get some creative ideas flowing, please get in touch. We are based in Wellington and would love to meet you for a free chat to discuss what we can offer.
Imagine My City
Nature Through Arts Collective
Our work with Nature Through Arts Collective began as Artist in Residence 2015/16 for their Imagine My City project which called on local kids to take on a 100 day Creative Challenge over the summer. The Collective's overarching goal of bringing science, art and community together to inspire kids and adults to re-engage with nature aligned with our values and resulted in an immersive and rewarding collaborative project. As well as creating three interactive public art installations in Prince of Wales Park, we ran workshops with the young participants and curated and designed for the final exhibition. We have also recently been designing a logo and collaborating on creative elements to accompany the upcoming launch of their augmented reality mobile app.
Interactive public art installations
Creative workshops for children
Exhibition curation, labeling and signage
Small outdoor installations
Funded by UNESCO & WCC Public Art Fund