FESTA's main event for 2013 was a processional performance of the carnivalesque Canterbury Tales, led by Free Theatre Christchurch. The festival also delivered a full programme of talks, performances, events, projects and activities for all ages.
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- FESTA 2013 Programme
- A PDF copy of the FESTA 2013 programme, which provides key information about each event and project, including Canterbury Tales.
- FESTA 2013: Agropolis
- Photographs of Agropolis, a scalable urban farm on the corner of High Street and Tuam Street. Agropolis involves the composting of organic waste from inner city hospitality businesses, as well as the growing, harvesting, and distribution of produce. It tests questions about the city’s food resilience; land use and food production; and distribution in relation to the planning of the city. Agropolis was initiated in 2013 as a collaborative project by FESTA, Garden City 2.0, AECOM, A Local Food Project, Juliet Moore, Andreas Wesener (Lincoln University), Liv Worsnop (Plant Gang) and Rosie Brittenden (Christchurch Youth Council).
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- FESTA 2013: Canterbury Tales
- Canterbury Tales was a carnivalesque procession through the central city, led by Free Theatre Christchurch. A procession of large puppets and masked performers moved from the Bridge of Remembrance along the river to the Worcester Street Bridge, before ending up at the heart of the city in Cathedral Square. Along the way, the procession engaged with different tales of Canterbury urbanism, performed in interactive environments created by Christchurch performance groups and artists in collaboration with architecture, design and scenography students and local hospitality businesses. Spectators were able to join the procession at any point as it moved through the different sites.
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- FESTA 2013: Canterbury Tales Symposium
- Photographs of the Canterbury Tales Symposium during FESTA 2013. A panel of Canterbury Tales collaborators discussed what is happening in the city, with the idea that observing how it is performing might help effect positive change. The panel featured Peter Falkenberg (Free Theatre Artistic Director), Thea Brejzek (Professor, School of Design, University of Technology Sydney), Lawrence Wallen (Head of School, Design, University of Technology Sydney) and Bruce Russell (sound artist, Manager of Art and Design, CPIT).
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- FESTA 2013: Go Ahead... Make Your Space
- Photographs of the event Go Ahead... Make Your Space, during FESTA 2013. WikiHouse volunteers lead the assembly process of a small, 'printed' plywood building. The workshop took place at the CPSA building at CPIT.
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- FESTA 2013: Intersection Point
- Photographs of Intersection Point, a mural on the corner of the Police Building, at the intersection of Hereford Street and Cambridge Terrace. The mural was a collaboration between architect Amiria Kiddle and engineer Helen Trappitt, for FESTA 2013.
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- FESTA 2013: Launch of Freerange Vol. 7: The Commons
- Photographs of the launch event for Freerange Vol. 7: The Commons. This journal explores the notion of the commons, from intellectual property rights through to food and cultural identity. The launch event took place on Worcester Street in the central city, as part of FESTA 2013.
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- FESTA 2013: Meet the Puppets
- Photographs of Meet the Puppets, an event during FESTA 2013. The event took place in Cathedral Square, and gave the public a chance to get up close and personal with the large-scale puppets of Canterbury Tales, created by Free Theatre Christchurch. The event was sponsored by PlaceMakers Riccarton.
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- FESTA 2013: Nature Play Park
- Photographs of Nature Play Park, a family-friendly event organised by Greening the Rubble and the Department of Conservation, for FESTA 2013. It gave children the chance to hunt for critters, meet live weta and bugs, and enter a 'design-a-bug' competition.
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- FESTA 2013: Pallet Pavilion
- Photographs of an on-site talk about the pallet Pavilion - one of Christchurch's most interesting temporary architecture structures. The various design constraints that influenced the project were discussed by members of the design team: Camia Young (Studio Christchurch), Luis Castillo (Aurecon) and Coralie Winn (Gap Filler Director and Co-Founder). The Pallet Pavilion was built from 3000 wooden pallets by volunteers.
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- FESTA 2013: Picture House
- Photographs of Picture House - a mobile cinema for two that moved around the central city during FESTA 2013. Picture House presented a selection of award-winning short films from New Zealand and around the world. It was created from a billboard trailer by artist-designer team Heather Hayward and Tessa Peach.
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- FESTA 2013: RAD Bikes
- Photographs of the RAD (Recycle a Dunger) Bikes community bike shed during FESTA 2013. This was part micro-architecture project and part workshop space for anyone to build or repair their own bicycle, or help restore bikes for ICE-Cycles to give away.
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