Arts and culture
Architectural excellence celebrated at Timber Design Awards
13 November 2023
The design prowess of staff and students in the University's School of Architecture and Planning has been recognised at the Timber Design Awards.
Lively Pacific presence at Epsom Campus Marae
6 November 2023
Pacific taonga are a lively presence in the wharenui at Epsom Campus Marae, symbolising the enduring ties between tangata whenua and Pacific peoples.
Olaf Diegel: printing 3D backups of taonga
1 November 2023
Professor Olaf Diegel is creating 3D-printed reproductions of invaluable taonga in a convergence of technology and heritage preservation.
Research summit to highlight climate change challenges
31 October 2023
Ngā Pae o te Maramatanga and the University of Auckland will host the first International Indigenous Climate Change Research Summit in November.
Ivy League seeks Indigenous lens on Takatāpui
26 October 2023
PhD scholar Nicholas Jones brings the unique perspective of takatāpuitanga to Dartmouth College, one of the Ivy League's most prestigious institutions.
Researchers successful in initial Horizon Europe funding round
17 October 2023
Two University research programmes have gained funding from the world's largest research and innovation programme.
In memoriam: Professor Donal Ian Brice Smith
17 October 2023
The Faculty of Arts expresses its sadness at the passing of Emeritus Professor Donal (‘Don’) Smith (1934-2023).
Telling untold stories: top Blues award for filmmaker
13 October 2023
Faculty of Arts doctoral student, filmmaker Shreya Gejji, takes out top Blues award in the Arts and Culture category.
A room of one's own: new creative writing residency
10 October 2023
To support writers beyond completing a Master of Creative Writing (MCW), the University of Auckland’s School of Humanities has created a writer-in-residence award for an MCW graduate.
Step into a world where art and architecture collide
9 October 2023
Auckland's city centre is about to undergo a colourful transformation as students and teachers from the School of Architecture and Planning unite for this year’s Urban Art Village.
Salome Tanuvasa's art another highlight in University's collection
2 October 2023
The University of Auckland art collection comprises around 1,700 items. Art collection adviser Madeleine Gifford showcases a piece by Salome Tanuvasa.
The linguistic luminary, Sir Patu Hōhepa's legacy
25 September 2023
Prominent Te Ao Māori leader leaves a legacy of strengthening te reo Māori and raising the profile of Aotearoa New Zealand.