Anyone who has attempted an honour’s set will know that it is a very stressful process, not helped by what appears to be inconsistency between what is presented in written form and what we see in successful sets.
At each convention we see the honours sets and often pose the question “What made that a successful set?”
In this session Bruce Girdwood FPSNZ from the PSNZ Honours Board will take you through the sets and provide some insight on what made those sets succeed in the process. This session will be a valuable insight in assessing your own work even if you do not have any immediate plans to submit for honours.
For those engaged in the process it is a valuable opportunity to ask questions face to face with an honours board judge.
Venue: Event space 2
Accessibility: Ground floor