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We've partnered with Curvy to bring you the ultimate creative experince.
If you are an enthusiastic, motivated, and aspiring creative talent looking for a platform to soar this is for you! We are looking for one more traveller to join our team (Peggy Oki, Sjana Earp, Sasha Havlikova, Michelle Havlikova, Jess Lambert, RUSSH Magazine team including Kelly Thompson) and experience all that New Caledonia has to offer.
You’ll need to show us what creative skills you can bring to the party, demonstrating a passion for the ocean and the environment.
The prize includes:
A getaway to stunning New Caledonia in March 2019
Money-can’t buy experiences
One-on-one mentoring from our crew on the ins & outs of how they do what they do
Expanding your knowledge about content creation and social media tactics
Generating images and videos to feature on both your own social media pages as well as the projects related profiles
Cross promotion to your pages by our travellers and partners
To enter head to CURVY-WORLD for more information read below. Applications close 21 February 2018.
Words by Curvy:
A group of next generation creative women are travelling to New Caledonia in mid-March with the iconic Peggy Oki (of original Z-Boys fame) to capture the trip of a lifetime together.
Special guest at CURVY 2018, Peggy is a tireless, passionate female icon, and someone we describe as a clean-water warrior. What Peggy does every day in aid of the environment and oceans is inspiring to say the least. In particular her focus on the well-being of whales, both in captivity and in the wild. We are excited to be working with Peggy again on this exciting initiative in New Caledonia.
CURVY is all about inspiring creative women – however we want our community to start thinking more collectively about what you can achieve if you work together, and even more, what you can do beyond our own backyard. This project is designed to spark your creativity and get that process happening.
We feel there are many parallels with Aus & New Cal – in particular a respect for eco, conservation ideals, and especially those that are ocean-based. We hope that the experiences in New Cal will translate to enhanced mindfulness within the local female creative community here at home.