dr. maggie buxton

Director & Founder| Lead Experience Designer | Educator

Dr Maggie Buxton is a transdisciplinary practitioner, educator, writer and consultant with an extensive track record in place-based interarts practice and particular expertise (including a PhD) focused on emerging technologies and the spirit of place.

Maggie strongly supports interarts, digital arts and creative technology in NZ. She has taught creative technology at Bachelor’s and Masters’s levels at AUT University and regularly speaks on this topic at events and conferences. She also co-founded and currently leads the Creative Technology Northland network.

For detailed information see www.maggiebuxton.com and her personal blog www.makethinkbe.com

Kim Newall (wiredvisual.net)

Creative Technologist | Consultant | Educator | Performance Artist

Kim Newall (MCT) is a creative technologist, performance artist and educator. His multimedia practice includes immersive real-time performance and interactive and generative installations.

Kim’s passion is applying emerging and creative technologies (such as Augmented Reality, Arduino, IoT) within community-based settings and with grassroots audiences. Kim regularly appears at large festivals like Rhythm and Vines, Splore and Northern Base as well as working in gallery settings.

Kim has a Master of Creative Technologies and has taught in the Bachelor of Creative Technologies programme at AUT, and currently teaches digital arts part-time at NorthTec.

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