Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries
Top composer named best classical artist
30 November 2018
Embarking on a project involving a collaborative method of working has proved successful for renowned composer Associate Professor Eve de Castro-Robinson, who has been named Best Classical Artist/ Te Kaipuoro Inamata Toa at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.
School of Architecture and Planning wins Best Awards
28 November 2018
Staff and students from the School of Architecture and Planning achieve impressive wins at this year's Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Awards.
Professor wins top architecture award
26 November 2018
An innovative wooden school designed by Professor Andrew Barrie’s firm Andrew Barrie Lab, working in collaboration with Tokyo-based Tezuka Architects, has won the Ted McCoy Award for Educational Architecture.
Yes to CBD stadium, just not waterfront
13 November 2018
Opinion: Auckland has been offered a bright and shiny stadium on the waterfront for free. Doesn’t that sound like an offer that’s too good to be true, asks Bill McKay from the School of Architecture and Planning.
Innovative Bachelor of Design programme and appointment of Head
8 November 2018
The University of Auckland announces the launch of an exciting and innovative Bachelor of Design programme based at Elam School of Fine Arts within the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries.
Elam Artists Graduate Show
6 November 2018
Final year students from the University of Auckland’s Elam School of Fine Arts will present their work to the public later this month at the annual Elam Artists Graduate Show.
Book celebrates unique lives
1 November 2018
Take an unorthodox architect, a stunning Auckland coastal location, add a keen photographer, and you have Unconventional Architecture: Simon Devitt and Tony Watkins.
Home for unwanted plastic bags at LATE NIGHT ART
4 October 2018
Take a huge number of plastic bags, add designer Matt Liggins and combine to get a tiny house.
Young performer ‘overwhelmed’ by win
2 October 2018
Musician Jisu (Jessica) Yun has won this year’s Grad Gala Competition worth $6,000 with an exceptional performance of Ibert’s Flute Concerto.
Dancer walks ‘with a village behind her’
26 September 2018
Embracing the different facets of her cultural identity has been the driving force behind the University of Auckland postgraduate research of New Zealand-born Samoan Ufitia Sagapolutele.
Exceptional finalists compete in Grad Gala
6 September 2018
This year’s Grad Gala Concerto Competition will have an extra finalist vying for the top prize worth $6,000, due to the exceptional standard of the entrants.
Suffrage exhibition: If you think so, say so
4 September 2018
Postgraduate Art History students are curating a special suffrage exhibition at Old Government House, opening on 18 September.