PANZ Workshops

PANZ Smartphone Video DIY Workshop

Please join us on Tuesday 10 November at the Victoria University Press in Wellington for a Smartphone Video DIY Workshop. The aim of the workshop is to equip attendees with the skills to create short videos using a smartphone. The programme will include the following:

  • Introduction to shooting interviews and creating pieces to camera
  • Adding titles/txt/gfx voice-over/music
  • Hands on practice of creating and editing short video content
  • Uploading content to social media

The workshop is ideal for those who want to create short, sharp and effective videos to upload to websites or social media channels. It will be led by Baz Caitcheon whose clients include Stuff, Māori Television and Auckland Airport and there is more on Baz and his work here – https://www.bazzacam.co.nz/.

The cost of participation for member is $175 + GST (including lunch) or $225 + GST for non-members and the workshop will run from 10am – 3pm. There is a limit of 15 people at the workshop and so please get your registration in quickly.

When: Monday 30 November

Where: Victoria University Press, 6 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn, Wellington

Cost: $175 + GST (including lunch) for members or $225 + GST for non-members

Register for the Wellington workshop here by November 23rd.

Diversity and Publishing webinar series

Dates: Tuesday 8th, Thursday 17th and Tuesday 22nd September and Thursday 3rd December
Time: 10am – 11am
Venue: via Zoom
Cost: $100 plus gst for the series for PANZ members or $150 plus gst for non-members. Participants are expected to attend all 4 workshops and the price includes all sessions.

PANZ is delighted to be bringing members an intensive workshop series, Diversity and Publishing led by Oranui Director Anton Blank.  Oranui is focused on generating debate about diversity and giving people skills to deal with a diverse range of population groups. The workshops will take place as three one-hour online sessions over 2 weeks in September with a final follow-up session in early December. The sessions will focus on: the importance of diversity; diversity issues specific to Aotearoa-New Zealand; institutional racism, racism and implicit bias; mitigating racism and bias in decision-making and the implications for publishing.

To register click here.