1. Oliver Jeffers: Auckland Writers & Readers Festival 2012: OLIVER JEFFERS: THE INCREDIBLE BOOK ARTIST


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    Wear your most colourful woollen jumper and bring your children to celebrate the publication of Oliver Jeffers’ The Hueys. An exquisite artist and creator of much-loved, award-winning books including Lost and Found and The Incredible Book Eating Boy, Jeffers will draw live onstage, supported by storyteller and comic strip artist Dylan Horrocks, speak about his books and answer questions from the audience. This special session is suitable for adults and children 5+ alike. SATURDAY MAY 12 – 11.30-12.30PM ASB THEATRE, AOTEA CENTRE

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    • Oliver Jeffers - OFFSET 2009


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      Oliver Jeffers makes art. From figurative painting and installation to illustration and picture-book making, his work has been exhibited and published in New York, Dublin, London, Sydney, Washington DC, Belfast and elsewhere. His picture books, including Lost and Found, The Incredible Book Eating Boy, and most recently, The Great Paper Caper. Oliver was brought up in Northern Ireland and now lives and works in New York.

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      • Interview with Oliver Jeffers


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        Oliver has created a number of highly-acclaimed books including: How to Catch a Star, Lost and Found (which was made into a BAFTA-winning animated film), The Way Back Home, The Incredible Book Eating Boy, The Great Paper Caper, The Heart and the Bottle, Up and Down, Stuck and This Moose Belongs to Me.

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        • Oliver Jeffers – A Quantum of Physics


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          Oliver Jeffers is a world-famous creator of picture books for children, such as the award-winning Lost and Found. With his captivating paintings, collages, installations, and collaborative works—presented in his first monograph Neither Here Nor There—Jeffers also tells deeply incisive stories and poses provocative philosophical questions. Gestalten.tv met him in the wake of the opening of his current exhibition HERE OR THERE at Gestalten Space to learn about kids as critics, the art of storytelling, and, of course, quantum physics. The Book http://shop.gestalten.com/neither-here-nor-there.html The Special Edition http://shop.gestalten.com/neither-here-or-there-oliver-jeffers-special-edition.html The Studio Edition http://shop.gestalten.com/neither-here-or-there-oliver-jeffers-studio-edition.html The Exhibition http://news.gestalten.com/event/here-or-there More Art by Jeffers http://shop.gestalten.com/artworks/artists/oliver-jeffers.html More videos on www.gestalten.tv

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          • 'The pictures do a better job telling the story than the words do'


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            Nationally recognized artists Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston share about their creative process during an Artist in Residence lunch at Serenbe. The two were residents for the month of June as part of Serenbe's AIR program.

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            • Scottish Book Trust - Authors Live!


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              Since the first Authors Live online broadcast in March 2010, over 600,000 people have watched Authors Live events live, and over 200,000 people have watched videos of the events in 153 countries all over the world. If you've never experienced Authors Live, watch this highlights video to see what you've been missing! Featuring some of the best-known children's writers in the UK, including Andy Stanton, Michael Rosen, Julia Donaldson, Eoin Colfer, Francesca Simon, Oliver Jeffers and more, these events are inspiring, funny and insightful. For further information, visit http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/authorslive

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              • OAR: An Interview with Visual Artists Mac Premo and Oliver Jeffers


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                Under the Mush Interview with Visual Artists, Mac Premo and Oliver Jeffers Under the Mush Credits: Director of Photography: Anthony Sylvester Video Editor: Anthony Sylvester

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                • Incredible Book Eating Boy


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                  This is a film made by grade 6 students. It is based on the book by Oliver Jeffers.

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                  • The Art Of Authenticity (Part II)


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                    Imagista speaks with painter, illustrator, and children's book maker Oliver Jeffers.

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                    • How To Catch A Star


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                      A film made by grade 6 students. It is based on the book by Oliver Jeffers.

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