Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 


All Maori designers encouraged to enter Miromoda Competition

Miromoda Fashion Design Competition 2014 Invites And Encourages All Designers Who Identify as Maori to Enter.


Entries for the Miromoda Fashion Design Competition are now open. This annual event will see the Winners & Runners up of each category showcase at NZ Fashion Week 2014 in Auckland, 26-29 August, 2014.

The event will be culmination of a rigorous search and competition to find the best Maori fashion designers New Zealand has to offer. http://www.miromoda.com/competition/

Entries close: Friday 30 May 2014 - This is the cut off date for all collection concept and images/photographs to be completed. They can be sent in by mail, fax or email but must be in by 5pm.

2014 Miromoda Entry Form: This includes entry dates and fees, entry sections and prizes, conditions of entry and judging criteria. For more information please see Entry Form attached.

Entry Fee: A non refundable entry fee of $100.00 (NZD) received by 20 June 2014.

Garments Due: All garments should be completed by or before 18 June, and brought with entrants to Wellington on or before Thursday 19 June for judging on Friday 20 June for the Miromoda Fashion Design Competition.

CATEGORIES FOR THE 2014 MIROMODA FASHION DESIGN COMPETITION ARE;
ESTABLISHED
A category for designers who identify as Maori working for established designers or with their own established label.

EMERGING
Entries are open to emerging designers who identify as Maori. Designers from tertiary students who are challenged to look beyond conforming to trends and business restraints in order to advance the ‘art’ form. Design and concept of the collection is the primary consideration in this award.

AVANT GUARDE
Entries are open to designers who identify as Maori from tertiary and profession designers who are able to showcase their abilities in Avant Guarde design.

TEE SHIRT PLACEMENT
Entries are open to Secondary, Tertiary and Freelance designers/artists who identify as M?ori. Desingers wishing to employ ta mok, taniko or kowhaiwhai paters or imagery in their designs must consult with regards to sensitivity, appropriateness and correct usage.

ends

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Architecture:
Ian Athfield Dies In Wellington

New Zealand Institute of Architects: It is with great sadness that we inform Members that Sir Ian Athfield, one of New Zealand's finest architects, has passed away in Wellington. More>>

ALSO:

Wellington Production: New-Look Tracy Brothers Are F.A.B.

ITV and New Zealand’s Pukeko Pictures today released an exclusive preview of the new-look Tracy brothers from this year’s hotly anticipated new series, Thunderbirds Are Go. More>>

ALSO:

Cardinal Numbers:
Pope Francis Names Archbishop From NZ Among New Cardinals

Announcing a list of bishops to be made Cardinals in February Pope Francis named Archbishop John Dew, Archbishop of Wellington, overnight from Rome. On hearing the news of the announcement, Archbishop John Dew said "This news is recognition of the Catholic Church in Aotearoa New Zealand, and the contribution it makes to the global Catholic family." More>>

ALSO:

Nomenclature: Charlotte And Oliver Top Baby Names For 2014

Charlotte and Oliver were the most popular names for newborn girls and boys in 2014... The top 100 girls’ and boys’ names make up a small proportion of the more than 12,000 unique first names registered for children born this year, says Jeff Montgomery, Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriage. More>>

Werewolf: Katniss Joins The News Team

From the outset, the Hunger Games series has dwelt obsessively on the ways that media images infiltrate our public and personal lives... From that grim starting point, Mockingjay Part One takes the process a few stages further. There is very little of the film that does not involve the characters (a) being on screens (b) making propaganda footage to be screened and (c) reacting to what other characters have been doing on screens. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop Review Of Books: Ko Witi Te Kaituhituhi

Witi Ihimaera, the distinguished Māori author and the first Māori to publish a book of short stories and a novel, has adopted a new genre with his latest book. But despite its subtitle, this book is a great deal more than a memoir of childhood. More>>

Werewolf: Rescuing Paul Robeson

Would it be any harder these days, for the US government to destroy the career of a famous American entertainer and disappear them from history – purely because of their political beliefs? You would hope so. In 1940, Paul Robeson – a gifted black athlete, singer, film star, Shakespearean actor and orator – was one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. More>>

ALSO:

"Not A Competition... A Quest": Chapman Tripp Theatre Award Winners

Big winners on the night were Equivocation (Promising Newcomer, Best Costume, Best Director and Production of the Year), Kiss the Fish (Best Music Composition, Outstanding New NZ Play and Best Supporting Actress), and Watch (Best Set, Best Sound Design and Outstanding Performance). More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

 
 
 
 
Culture
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news