The CAANZ Axis awards, which continue to recognise creative excellence in New Zealand, were held at the Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland in March. It was an exciting night of significant wins for past, present, and future students from the AdSchool at Media Design School.
March 2016 marked the 90th anniversary of the official inauguration of Carey (formerly known as the Baptist College of New Zealand). Dr John Tucker, who lectures in Church History, Preaching and Christian Spirituality, was interviewed by Radio Rhema on the history of the college.
Four fire trucks, three ambulances, police vehicles, and a helicopter converge on an accident scene. 40 students from IPU are struggling out of a bus that has been upended in a ditch… Fortunately, it’s a drill and the students are playing an important part in a simulated multi-agency exercise.
A unique partnership between NZMA Hamilton and St Vincent de Paul is building skills and boosting goodwill in the local community. The new initiative sees NZMA business, contact centre and retail students staffing St Vincent de Paul shops throughout the Waikato every Friday.
Georgia Periam received ‘Highly Commended’ for her photobook The Inbetween at the New Zealand Photobook of the Year Awards (NZPOTY).
IPU New Zealand is happy to announce its participation once again in the Manawatu Relay for Life. The Cancer Society’s Relay For Life is an inspiring community event that gives everyone a chance to celebrate cancer survivors and carers; remember loved ones lost to cancer; and fight back by raising awareness and funds to support the work of the Cancer Society.
Media Design School’s short film Accidents, Blunders and Calamities continues to impress film festival panels globally after news that it has officially been selected as a part of the South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Film Festival Short Film programme for 2016.
Danielle Barham is the latest ITC student to score the highest marks in New Zealand for the challenging IATA exam. She follows in the footsteps of ITC graduates Anastasiya Kolchunova and Hayley Miles, who both scored top marks in previous years.
ACG Yoobee Game Art student Danny Haddow has become an overnight sensation in the international gaming world, following the release of his first-ever game prototype, Terminull.
Whitecliffe’s recent BFA graduates have been busy over the summer break securing employment opportunities, internships and work experience within their respective fields. Not only are they learning from distinguished professionals, but they are also gaining valuable insights and experience in the arts and design industries.