Outline of CAMAHui 2019

Registrations open July 19 2019

This is pre-registration information only and is subject to change and finalisation. Official copies will be available in August 2019.

Friday 13th September 2019 | Evening

Venue: Shed 23

Delegates, having booked in at their accommodation, visit Shed 23 for refreshments, entertainment, collection of conference packs and tours of MPR if requested.

Saturday 14th September 2019 | Morning

Venue: Globe Theatre (including Morning Tea)

Delegates will be formerly welcomed by Terry Hapi (Rangitaane) and Manawatu / MPR will accept custodianship of the Pounamu and Waka Huia from Plains FM and Otautahi.

Also featuring speeches from local and central government representatives and other agencies


Taipari “IcePro” Waaka and Chris “Styles” Pohe utilise urban and R ‘n’ B music to facilitate youth work and community development in Papaioea as “Lockdown 06.” The same name was used for a successful Access Radio Show on MPR supporting local and national artists.

Taipari and Chris will reference the themes of this hui in relation to their own journeys, and how a relationship with an Access Radio station has affected them.

Saturday 14th September 2019 | Afternoon

Venue: Distinction Hotel (including Lunch and Afternoon Tea)

A strategic Collab session will be open to all CAMA Member representatives and Non CAMA members who have registered Saturday attendance only, featuring discussion and interaction around better ways to connect with Access Media in NZ.

Workshops will be available to CAMA Member representatives and Non CAMA members who have registered full attendance. Workshops will include:

  • Theo de Klerk (Afallon Building and Design) discussing The Physical Space
  • Stephanie Velvin (Welcoming Communities) discussing the national pilot project, International Welcoming Week and more
  • Peter Cleave (Manawatu Access Radio Charitable Trust & Kia Ora FM) discussing Te Tiriti Space
  • Mike Clarke (Thinkright Business Training) discussing The Wellbeing Space

There will also be an opportunity for CAMA Managers to further discuss strategy and the future of CAMA.

Saturday 14th September 2019 | Evening

Venue: Café Royale

Evening Meal, Entertainment

Sunday 15th September 2019 | Morning

Venue: Hancock Community House (including Morning Tea and Lunch)

Fully Registered CAMA and Non-CAMA delegates get the opportunity to experience 4 more workshops.

  • Joe McMenamin and Carly Thomas (Local writer and artist duo) discussing The Creative Space
  • Cat Pausé (Podcaster and Academic) discussing The Expressive Space
  • Vicki Willis (Manawatu District Library) and Others discussing The Collaborative Space

There will also be the Annual CAMA General Meeting