Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries
An orchestra, some pop, and all that big band jazz
18 April 2019
The School of Music's Grad Gala will be a dynamic night out, featuring classical, jazz and popular music students, and a 200-person strong massed ensemble.
It started with a toy violin, and moved on to Sibelius
11 April 2019
The winner of this year's Grad Gala Soloist Competition, Diane Huh, traces her love for the violin back to the toy instrument her grandfather gave her.
Sounds like the same musical instrument Mozart played on
29 March 2019
A new virtual organ that arrived at the School of Music means students can access the sounds of the very same keyboard instrument that Mozart and his contemporaries once played on.
Retaliation? A question we should not ask
21 March 2019
Opinion: Queries of retaliation should be recognised as insidious - that those who suffered most should now be feared, writes the Associate Professor Nicholas Rowe.
We need to talk about new ways of living
14 March 2019
Attendance at the first of the Fast Forward Lecture series which started this week suggests a growing appetite for more creative, communal and sustainable ways of living.
School-leavers make the most of scholarships
11 March 2019
Nur Lajunen-Tal is following her passion for songwriting to the University of Auckland thanks to a prestigious scholarship.
University pays tribute to long-serving head of School of Architecture
4 March 2019
Professor Emeritus Allan Wild led the disciplines of Architecture and Planning for more than two decades.
Being busy, buildings and Bach: Allan Wild
27 February 2019
Emeritus Professor Allan Wild, who died earlier this month, was an influential figure in the history of modern New Zealand architecture and former head of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University.
Capturing the ‘not quite rightness’
22 February 2019
A new exhibition by Gavin Hipkins, photographer, film maker and Associate Professor at Elam School of Fine Arts, opens tomorrow at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery.
First Sāmoan woman in the world to receive a PhD in Architecture
12 February 2019
In January, Karamia Muller became the first Sāmoan woman in the world to receive a PhD in Architecture. We talk to her about architecture from an Oceanic perspective.
Planning a way out of housing unaffordability
7 February 2019
Opinion: Urban planning must return to its historical roots which balanced economic growth with national and regional interests, argues Dr Elham Bahmanteymouri.
Jazz, Cloud Theory, and a medieval twist
1 February 2019
A husband and wife team from the School of Music at the University of Auckland, Roger and Caro Manins, will both be performing their Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) recitals next week.