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    Limited Session - Sign Painting with Wise Studios

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    Join NAWIC Wellington members... 


    Wise Studio builds brands and produces signage and wayfinding products for their clients. The Wise Studio team is made up of planners, designers, and manufacturers. Our contact Michelle is particularly passionate about sign painting which has become popular across Europe and the US as a more sustainable and durable way of physically marking Buildings. With their own in-house workshop, NAWIC has been offered a unique chance to see the inner workings of a signage company and a chance to take your own custom sign home.

    On the day: Wise Studios are going to give us a brief history of sign painting and explore innovative ways to incorporate it into contemporary settings, steering away from conventional approaches. We’ll discuss the sustainability aspect of sign painting, highlighting some of its eco-friendly advantages. Following the discussion, Wise Studios are going provide an opportunity for hands-on experience, where you can try your hand at sign painting. With quick-drying paints, you'll all be able to take your completed sign boards home as a keepsake.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Snacks and some drinks provided.

    DATE & TIME: Thursday, 27th June 2024, arrive 5:00pm for a 5:15pm start. Finishing around 7:00pm

    VENUE: 69 Hutt Road, Pipitea, Wellington 6035.

    MAX: 25 persons.

    BRING: no PPE required BUT: Comfortable clothes such as jeans or trousers and jerseys or light weight jackets are best – bring something you don’t mind getting paint on.

    TICKETS: FREE for NAWIC members. Tickets are $10 for non-members.

    TRANSPORT: We will be running a return shuttle from Te Papa to Wise Studios if you would like to join (extra $5). Meet for the Shuttle at 4:30PM - Please make sure you get the shuttle ticket if you want a ride.

    Image credit - Wise Studios

    Please note: NAWIC is a voluntary organisation, committed to its obligations as a PCBU under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.   Amongst other things, this requires NAWIC to take all practicable steps to eliminate, isolate or minimize hazards that our event attendees are exposed to. Health and safety is a shared responsibility.

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