All Right? Out and About with All Right
Promotional material and documentation of various events and festivals where All Right? had a presence.
10:51am 16th November 2017
- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Tranquillity Garden Signage
- A PDF copy of signage for the Places of Tranquillity initiative. Healthy Christchurch lead the collaborative project to create six gardens of beauty and peace to fill in some of the grey demolition sites across Christchurch. The signage promotes the initiative and invites people to register to create tranquil gardens at healthychristchurch.org.nz. From healthychristchurch.org.nz: "Healthy Christchurch is leading this innovative collaboration creating six gardens of beauty and peace to fill in some of the grey demolition sites across Christchurch.These gardens are for peace and tranquillity as well as family and community use with spaces designed for both." "This is a Healthy Christchurch collaboration in partnership with the city's ethnic communities to include their traditions, cultures and spiritual beliefs. This ensures that these communities' voices and presence is more visible in the rebuild of our city. There are three key partners in this collaborative project. Greening the Rubble are providing expertise in temporary site development and project managing the creation. Lincoln University School of Landscape Architecture provided the student competition and are supporting the winning students and their designs into fruition. Community and Public Health (CDHB) provide the overall project management, networks and promotion." "In 2012 Lincoln University School of Landscape Architecture students created 40 beautiful designs for the Places of Tranquillity. Six winning designs were chosen from the 995 votes made online or at the displays at Community and Public Health and the Migrant Centre. The six winners were announced at the Healthy Christchurch Hui on the 31st May 2012. Each winning student received a Certificate and a $50 Scorpio Book Voucher. The awards were presented by Michelle Mitchell, General Manager of the CERA Wellbeing Team."
- All Right? Buskers Festival
- The World Buskers Festival is a street-performance festival held every year in Christchurch, featuring local, national and international performers. In 2014 All Right? partnered with the Buskers Festival and Hanmer Springs Thermal Pool and Spa to run a social media competition to win a family getaway to Hanmer Springs. All Right? had a presence at the 2014 Buskers Festival. They sent the 'All Righties', campaign mascots with giant heads, to promote the competition and share some love among the festival-goers and performers alike. This collection includes the promotional material from the 2014 Hanmer Springs competition, as well as photographs and videos from the 2014 Buskers Festival.
- Contains 67 items in 2 collections
- All Right? Out and About with All Right: 22 February 2011 Memorial
- To commemorate the 22 February 2014 earthquake, All Right? created a number of Facebook Cover Photos for anyone to use. For the 22 February 2015 Memorial, All Right? created a map showing the locations of all of the River of Flowers Earthquake Commemorations.
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- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Christchurch Central
- Photographs of All Right? promotional material in Christchurch Central.
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- All Right? Out and About with All Right: City2Surf
- The Star City 2 Surf is a fun run held in March every year. All Right? produced signs and cut-outs for City 2 Surf 2015. All Right? also provided a free children's area at the event.
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- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Cricket World Cup
- For the World Cup Final, All Right? created a series of images for Facebook based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing. Titled the 'World Cup Final Survival Guide', each image depicted a way to turn the final match into an opportunity to connect, be active, keep learning, take notice or give. From facebook.com/allrightnz: Pumped about the Cricket World Cup Final? (Yes, it's still going!) Yes OR no, here's a guide for not just surviving 7 hours of action-packed highs and lows but actually thriving during it, courtesy of the All Righties! #cwc2015 #backtheblackcaps
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- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Pumpkin Growing Competition
- In 2015, All Right? created promotional material and certificates for the Shirley Primary, Shirley Intermediate, Banks Avenue and Avondale Schools Pumpkin Growing Competitions.
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- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Rangiora
- Photographs of All Right? promotional material in Rangiora
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- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Summerz End Youth Festival
- From summerzend.org.nz: Summerz End Youth Fest (SEYF) was established by the Canterbury Refugee Council on the 5th of April 2014, the concept of Zhiyan Basharati, Youth Coordinator and the Spokesperson of the Council. The festival is led by a team of passionate and visionary young Cantabrians dedicated to creating an inclusive environment for all youth with the aim of bridging the gap between youth from all walks of life and our communities. SEYF identified six priority areas for action namely in Health, Education, Environment, Sports, Technology and Community Engagement. SEYF project activities are formed under these six key areas, which are critical in creating an inclusive environment for youth to connect and gain a sense of belonging regardless of cultural, ethnic or religious affiliations. SEYF initiative requires a multi-sectorial, ethnic and cross-cultural collaboration and this is reflected in the diversity of the organizing committee. Comprising 60 members, with 20 key personnel from a diverse range of groups- ranging from the Canterbury Refugee Council, the Nigerian Canterbury Association of New Zealand, the University of Canterbury, Lincoln University, the Christchurch Youth Council, the YMCA, Law for Change, the Court Theatre Youth Company, the Canterbury Indonesian Society, the New Zealand National Refugee Youth Council and other community youth leaders.
- Contains 61 items
- All Right? Out and About with All Right: Tape Art
- Photographs of Street Talk, a Tape Art residency programme held from 6th to 9th March 2014. Street Talk was a collaborative project between All Right?, Healthy Christchurch and Tape Art NZ that had Christchurch communities create large tape art murals on the south wall of Community and Public Health. On 6 March, Street Talk featured workshops with St Mary's School pupils. 6 and 7 March featured workshops Skillwise and the Christchurch Deaf Community. An open day was held on 8 March. 9 March featured a 'ripping down' of the mural. For more information see http://www.healthychristchurch.org.nz/priority-areas/wellbeing-and-community-resilience/street-talk-tape-art
- Contains 121 items