Xavier Meade de la Cueva

• Master of Architecture. University of Auckland, March, 1998
• MDINZ professional accreditation, 1989
• CAT (Certificate in Adult Teaching), Auckland, 1985

Teaching Experience
• Design, Eco Design, Contextual Studies, Intermedia, School of Media Arts, WINTEC, 1981 – present.
• Part-time tutor Desktop Publishing and Design, MAI Systems, Huntly, 1991 – 1996
• Part-time tutor of art and design, Waikato Society of Arts, Raglan Community Arts Council, 1981-86.

Industrial/Business Experience

• Enviroschools Kit, Design and Production 2002
• Rakaumanga School Centennary Book Design, Production
• Design of brochure and posters for the Waikato District Council, 1995-96.
• Poster, and programme design, Aotearoa Maori Festival of the Arts, Turangawaewae, 1992
• Poster and brochure design, Tumunui Cultural Centre, Rotorua, 1992.
• Kimihia publication design, Waahi Marae, Huntly, 1986 – present.
• Design consultancy, Hamilton City Council, 1986-1991.
• Logo, newsletters and posters, Raglan Community Arts Council, 1984-1992.
• Invitations and catalogue, Chartwell Collection, Centre for Contemporary Art, Hamilton, 1984.
• Invitations, Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, 1980.
• Graphic Design, Invertebrates and Fish Gallery, Wellington Museum, 1979.
• Graphic Designer, Designforces, 1979.

• “Cine” monthly magazine for the Mexican  “cineteca nacional” (art direction and production), 1978.
• “Arquitecto” bimonthly magazine of art and architecture (co-designer, photographer and production manager), 1977-78.
• “Taller Grafico Meade” (owner; graphic workshop, specialising in corporate image, architectural and industrial photography, posters, shop design and magazines), 1975-78.
• Mexican Government (graphic design, producing statistics, graphs and projects visual presentation), 1972,73.
• Freelance illustration and architectural photography for various national magazines, 1971-78.

• Architectural assistant, Building Design Associates, London, 1973-74.

• Founder member and chair person, Raglan Community Arts Council, 1984-85.
• Member of DINZ Designers Institute of NZ