mix & mash

Supreme Storytelling Awards announced!

Also, check out the Mix & Mash exhibition of winners from over the competition's history, now showing at the National Library.

Mix and Mash 2013: The New Storytelling

Mix & Mash 2013 was themed the ‘New Storytelling’ and we received some fantastic stories over the year using open content and data. Thanks to everyone who entered, we loved seeing your ingenious work.

However, there can be only two Supreme Storytelling Award winners and one Safer Journeys Award winner! Drum roll please.

The Supreme Student Storytelling Award goes to…

...Georgia, Nicole and Rachel Chappell from Christchurch, with Tane's Tale, their ambitious, detailed and compelling story about the New Zealand environment.

The Supreme Open Storytelling Award goes to…

...the fascinating and very scrollable Mihimihi by Graham Jenson, as judged by Creative Commons co-founder Lawrence Lessig.

The New Zealand Transport Agency's Safer Journeys Award goes to...

...the students from Pt England School in Auckland for their clever video Safer Journeys: Using our feet.

A big thanks to our Supreme Award and Safer Journeys Award sponsors Squiz, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand and the New Zealand Transport Agency.