All Right? Campaigns and Projects
9:54am 15th November 2017
- All Right? AWA Trails
- 'Awa' means 'river' in Māori, and the acronym AWA stands for three neighbouring suburbs located on the Avon-Otakaro river: Aranui, Wainoni and Avondale. These areas were amongst the most severely affected following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, comprising much of the red-zone. The AWA Trails project encouraged Christchurch residents, particularly those in the East, to spend more time exploring their local environment, and following and practicing the 5 Ways to Wellbeing. Pupils from four local schools created walking trails around the AWA area. In August 2016 All Right? launched each trail the AWA Trails project at each of the participating schools: Chisnallwood Intermediate School, Aranui School, St James School and Wainoni School. This collection includes photographs from this launch and those at each of the other schools involved. This collection also includes the AWA Trails Map, which was available to download at www.allright.org.nz/our-projects/awa-trails-project/.
- Contains 36 items in 2 collections
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: #BrighterAutumn
- Promotional material and photographs relating to the All Right? #BrighterAutumn campaign, which was about "taking notice and finding your spark so we can live brighter." All Right? gave people the opportunity enter the #BrighterAutumn competition by taking a picture of something good about autumn and uploading it to either the All Right? Facebook page or to Instagram with the hashtag #BrighterAutumn.
- Contains 10 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: #ThatTimeYouHelped
- This collection contains photographs from a photoshoot with All Right? Campaign Manager Sue Turner, Crusaders Coach Todd Blackadder, and SCAPE Public Art Director Deborah McCormick for #ThatTimeYouHelped. #ThatTimeYouHelped was a social media campaign run by All Right? and SCAPE Public Art in 2015. The campaign encouraged people to post photographs of someone in their life who has helped them. Photographs uploaded to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #ThatTimeYouHelped were entered into a prize-draw. Some of the best photographs were part of an art installation at the 2015 SCAPE8 Public Art festival. SCAPE Public Art has collected some of the hash-tagged photographs at: http://www.scapepublicart.org.nz/thattimeyouhelped/
- Contains 7 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Canterbury Rollercoaster
- Promotional material related to the All Right? Canterbury Rollercoaster campaign, which was designed to raise awareness about emotional literacy.
- Contains 16 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Checking In
- This collection contains a selection of creative content from the third phase of the All Right? wellbeing campaign. All Right? describes this phase of the campaign below: "Everyone has their own knowledge about what makes them feel good. This phase was all about collecting people's wellbeing tips through the website and Facebook page, and sharing them with others. It was aimed at reminding us of the very simple things we can do to take care of ourselves and each other. Hundred of people from all over the region logged their ideas. They ranged from dancing in the supermarket to walking on the beach. We shared these ideas far and wide - on bus shelters, in newspaper adverts, and in our promotional materials." (allright.org.nz)
- Contains 12 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Festive Besties
- This collection contains images used in All Right?'s 'Festive Besties' project. Festive Besties was a campaign run for Christmas 2015. All Right? created a number of Christmas tiles to be freely shared with someones best friend by text message, email, Facebook or in person. These were advertised on the All Right? Facebook page through the use of Festive Bestie cover photos. For more information and to view the tiles visit http://allright.org.nz/festive.
- Contains 12 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Five Years On I Feel
- 'Five Years On I Feel' was a social media campaign to encourage Cantabrians to reflect on how they're feeling five years after the 22nd February earthquake. The campaign encouraged people to print out a template, fill it out and post a photograph of themselves holding the completed template to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #fiveyearson or #5yearson and #allrightnz. This collection contains #fiveyearson photographs of members of All Right?, Healthy Christchurch, other affiliated groups, and other members of the community.
- Contains 54 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Hanmer Springs Competition
- This collection contains items used in promoting All Right?'s Hanmer Springs Competition, held in winter 2014. The Hanmer Springs Competition was a social media campaign designed to encourage people to share what makes them feel all right in winter by offering a a number of of prizes to visit Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa. People sent photographs of what made them feel all right to firstname.lastname@example.org with more than 150 of these photographs uploaded to the All Right? Facebook page, accompanied a name and description (visit https://www.facebook.com/allrightnz/photos/?tab=album&album_id=260474250809200). The winners were Sarah Gallagher, Sarah Fields, Piet van Leeuwen, Sarah Pallett, Janet De Lu, Kaye Hill, Louise, Pam Marshall, Annmarie Payne and Caroline Mills. All Right? repeated similar giveaways in 2015 and 2016.
- Contains 2 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: It's All Right
- This collection contains a variety of print resources, newspaper advertisements and digital resources from phase one of the All Right? wellbeing campaign. All Right? describes this phase of the campaign as follows: "Our very first campaign in February 2012 aimed to normalise how people were feeling post-quake. Our research found Cantabrians were feeling a wide range of emotions - from frustration, anger and grief to pride in how we'd coped. Many were also feeling guilty that other people had been worse affected than themselves. The campaign involved posters, advertising, flags and other tools. It was designed to help reassure people that others were feeling the same way - and most importantly, that it was all right to feel that way." (allright.org.nz)
- Contains 59 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Local Colour
- This collection contains images created for 'Local Colour'. Local Colour was an All Right? project created in collaboration with local photographer Neil MacBeth and supported by Phantom Billstickers Ltd. MacBeth provided professional black-and-white portraits of local people along with quotations of them reflecting on their current experiences living in post-quake Canterbury. The purpose was to encourage people to reflect on their experience and difficulties, and a phone number for the Canterbury Support Line mental health helpline was provided on the Local Colour webpage. For more information and to view the full collection of images, visit http://www.allright.org.nz/our-projects/local-colour/
- Contains 7 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Take a Breather
- Promotional material related to the All Right? Take A Breather campaign, which encouraged Cantabrians to take some time to recharge. The campaign was developed on the back of research showing that people were doing less to look after themselves in 2014 than they were in 2012 (All Right? Prospectus)
- Contains 12 items
- All Right? Campaigns and Projects: The Worry Bug
- This collection contains photographs from the launch of The Worry Bug at St Albans School. In 2015 All Right? supported The Worry Bug, a project created by registered psychologist Julie Burgess-Manning and teacher Sarina Dickson. The project consists of two books ‘Wishes and Worries’ (for use in classrooms) and ‘Maia and The Worry Bug’ (for use at home), written by Julie Burgess-Manning and Sarina Dickson, who are both Christchurch mothers. The books are illustrated by artist Jenny Cooper and each contains a story and activities (based on cognitive behavioural therapies and linked to the school curriculum) to help children and families overcome anxiety. Canterbury Community Trust and the Canterbury Earthquake Appeal Trust funded the books to be distributed free of charge to every new entrant through to Year 4 class and their students in Christchurch city and the Selwyn and Waimakariri districts.
- Contains 64 items