Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts to host 2019 VNZMA Artisan Awards

2018 Artisan Awards

2018 Vodafone Artisan Awards evening at Massey University Wellington. Image: Radio13

Recognising Aotearoa’s extraordinary behind-the-scenes music talent, the fourth annual Artisan Awards will be celebrated at Massey University’s School of Music and Creative Media Production in Wellington on 4 November.

Andre Ktori, Head of School, School of Music and Creative Media Production says: “We are really pleased to be hosting the 2019 Artisan Awards again this year at the College of Creative Arts.

“We are super excited to see an award for best music manager this year, a great addition to the awards. Having the awards together with the full day of the Tui Music Series workshops is great for Wellington and a great fit for our University.”

As well as hosting the awards evening, Massey University sponsors the Best Producer | Te Kaiwhakaputa Toa award. The Massey University Best Producer finalists for 2019 are Josh Fountain for his work with BENEE, Foley, LEISURE, and MAALA; Simon Gooding, Ji Fraser, and Eli Paewai for their production of Mitch James’ self-titled debut album; and Tom Healy for his great work on Tiny Ruins’ Olympic Girls.

Artisan Awards
7pm
Monday 4 November
Livestreamed on the College of Creative Arts Facebook page

Tui Music Filmmakers Series: Louis Baker and Cushla Aston with David Ridler
10–11am
Monday 4 November
Free—register online

Tui Music Producers Series: Andrew Scheps and Mark Rankin with Greg Haver
1–2pm
Monday 4 November
Free—register online

Tui Music Designers Series: Estere and Tyrone Ohia with Ben Howe
1–2pm
Monday 4 November
Free—register online

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Toi Rauwhārangi
College of Creative Arts
Wellington, Aotearoa

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