Maths Craft in the Press
The Christchurch Maths Craft Day appeared in a piece on One News on 18/6/17, which included interviews with Phil and Jeanette.
Jeanette was interviewed about Maths Craft by Jesse Mulligan on RNZ National’s Afternoons show on 2/3/17.
Jeanette was interviewed about Maths Craft by Luke Weston on Rhema Radio’s Mornings with Luke on 2/3/17.
Curious Minds wrote an article about the 2017 Maths Craft Festival and featured it on their website on 9/11/2017.
Maths Craft NZ and our Unlocking Curious Minds grant were featured in the University of Canterbury’s Chronicle magazine.
The University of Canterbury Communications team put out a press release about Maths Craft and the award of the MBIE Unlocking Curious Minds grant. The UC press release also appeared on Scoop, Voxy, and Wellington Today.
After Jeanette’s appearance on RNZ National’s Afternoons programme with Jesse Mulligan, RNZ made a page about Maths Craft, with quotes from the show and a link to the audio.
Maths Craft also headlined Intercom, the University Of Canterbury weekly Newsletter to staff.
The Science Learning Hub lists our flagship Auckland event.
Te Pūnaha Matatini Stakeholders’ Report – details coming soon.
StarMedia made a video interview with Sarah and Phil about Maths Craft.
The Maths Craft Festival 2016 appeared in a Will Hine piece on One News on 4/9/16, which included an interview with Phil.
The story of Maths Craft, with quotes from Jeanette, Julia, and Phil in the run up to the 2016 Festival appeared in Te Waha Nui, the student journalism newsletter of Auckland University of Technology on 2/9/16.
After the 2016 Maths Craft Festival, Jeanette wrote a blog entry for Te Punaha Matatini’s Investigators’ Blog.
Maths Craft went to the Great New Zealand Design show, and was featured in the Christchurch Mail on 25/8/16 – scan will be available soon.
Jeanette and Phil wrote an article for The Wheel, the magazine of Ashford Handicrafts, who kindly supplied us with yarn for our Festival in 2016. Details of how to obtain the full magazine can be found on the Ashford website.
Julia wrote about the 2016 Maths Craft Festival for the Newsletter of another sponsor, the New Zealand Mathematical Society. See page 32 of the Newsletter.