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Add to Calendar 2018-06-05 17:30 2018-06-05 19:15 Pacific/Auckland Think Differently Lecture Series: Hutch on Entrepreneurship Auckland
25th Jun 2018 5:30pm-8:00pm

Parents information evening: City Campus

Add to Calendar 2018-06-25 17:30 2018-06-25 20:00 Pacific/Auckland Parents information evening: City Campus Auckland
26th Jun 2018 5:30pm-8:00pm

Parents information evening: North Campus

Add to Calendar 2018-06-26 17:30 2018-06-26 20:00 Pacific/Auckland Parents information evening: North Campus Auckland
28th Jun 2018 5:30pm-8:00pm

Parents information evening: South Campus

Add to Calendar 2018-06-28 17:30 2018-06-28 20:00 Pacific/Auckland Parents information evening: South Campus Auckland
4th Apr 2018 9:00am - 6th Jun 2018 9:00am

CO.STARTERS

Do you have an entrepreneurial idea that you’d like to explore and develop? Do you want to solve a problem and make a difference in your community?

We are looking for AUT alumni, staff, students, and aspiring entrepreneurs who would like to take part in the 9-week CO.STARTERS programme that will give you the necessary tools, insights and networks.

Add to Calendar 2018-04-04 09:00 2018-06-06 09:00 Pacific/Auckland CO.STARTERS Do you have an entrepreneurial idea that you’d like to explore and develop? Do you want to solve a problem and make a difference in your community?We are looking for AUT alumni, staff, students, and aspiring entrepreneurs who would like to take part in the 9-week CO.STARTERS programme that will give you the necessary tools, insights and networks. Auckland
19th Apr 2018 - 1st Jun 2018

What we do at home: PDX > AKL: Cora-Allan Wickliffe and Daniel Twiss

“That blurry line between what should be shared and what should be kept sacred in an institutional space gave us our first rule of engagement. 1. We share what we do in everyday life, at home. This exhibition is an exploration of how we embody being indigenous, through memories and past events. With whānau at the core of our thoughts, we will be intertwining memories to establish how we, as the BC Collective own, learn and are indigenous. The works will be installation based and involve conducting ceremonial / contemporary versions of events. We are hoping to involve different groups that inform ideas of being indigenous and the transmission of knowledge within the family unit and how working as a whānau promotes indigenous ideologies of learning.” — BC Collective

In 2017 Cora-Allan Wickliffe and Daniel Twiss launched the BC Collective. BC stands for ‘Before Cook and Before Columbus’, and was initiated as a way to share, directly engage with and exchange indigenous ideas and concepts. BC Collective will hold the Gallery One space for this exhibition, during which a one-day symposium will be held with invited guests.

Cora-Allan Wickliffe (Ngāpuhi, Tainui, Alofi and Liku) is a multidisciplinary artist of Māori and Niuean descent, originally from Waitakere. In 2016 she returned to Aotearoa after working at the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff, Canada. Her practice often examines constructed identifies of indigenous people, finding new ways to provide educative experiences through social art platforms. Cora-Allan has worked as a curator, preparator, photographer, artist and educator. In 2013, she completed her MA in Visual Art at AUT University.

Daniel Twiss(Lakota, Sioux, Rosebud Reservation) was raised in Vancouver, Washington. His family relocated for a year to the Coeur D’alene Indian Reservation in Plummer, Idaho. His late father Richard Twiss was the co-founder of the Wiconi organisation and a Professor of Native American Studies at Portland State University. Under his influence, Daniel took up Grass Dancing and joined the International Dancing our Prayers Tour in 2003, which created the platform for his involvement in Indigenous conferences and gatherings. Since then, he has attended and danced at numerous Indigenous events including NAIITS Symposium, Vancouver, Canada (2011); Rosebud Immersion Experience, Rosebud Reservation, USA (2012); Surrender in the Desert Conference, Alice Springs, Australia (2012) and Good Water Conference, Turangi, Aotearoa (2015).

Add to Calendar 2018-04-19 00:00 2018-06-01 00:00 Pacific/Auckland What we do at home: PDX > AKL: Cora-Allan Wickliffe and Daniel Twiss “That blurry line between what should be shared and what should be kept sacred in an institutional space gave us our first rule of engagement. 1. We share what we do in everyday life, at home. This exhibition is an exploration of how we embody being indigenous, through memories and past events. With whānau at the core of our thoughts, we will be intertwining memories to establish how we, as the BC Collective own, learn and are indigenous. The works will be installation based and involve conducting ceremonial / contemporary versions of events. We are hoping to involve different groups that inform ideas of being indigenous and the transmission of knowledge within the family unit and how working as a whānau promotes indigenous ideologies of learning.” — BC Collective In 2017 Cora-Allan Wickliffe and Daniel Twiss launched the BC Collective. BC stands for ‘Before Cook and Before Columbus’, and was initiated as a way to share, directly engage with and exchange indigenous ideas and concepts. BC Collective will hold the Gallery One space for this exhibition, during which a one-day symposium will be held with invited guests. Cora-Allan Wickliffe (Ngāpuhi, Tainui, Alofi and Liku) is a multidisciplinary artist of Māori and Niuean descent, originally from Waitakere. In 2016 she returned to Aotearoa after working at the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff, Canada. Her practice often examines constructed identifies of indigenous people, finding new ways to provide educative experiences through social art platforms. Cora-Allan has worked as a curator, preparator, photographer, artist and educator. In 2013, she completed her MA in Visual Art at AUT University. Daniel Twiss(Lakota, Sioux, Rosebud Reservation) was raised in Vancouver, Washington. His family relocated for a year to the Coeur D’alene Indian Reservation in Plummer, Idaho. His late father Richard Twiss was the co-founder of the Wiconi organisation and a Professor of Native American Studies at Portland State University. Under his influence, Daniel took up Grass Dancing and joined the International Dancing our Prayers Tour in 2003, which created the platform for his involvement in Indigenous conferences and gatherings. Since then, he has attended and danced at numerous Indigenous events including NAIITS Symposium, Vancouver, Canada (2011); Rosebud Immersion Experience, Rosebud Reservation, USA (2012); Surrender in the Desert Conference, Alice Springs, Australia (2012) and Good Water Conference, Turangi, Aotearoa (2015). Auckland
19th May 2018 11:00am - 27th May 2018 11:00am

Techweek 2018: NZ's annual festival of innovation

AUT is the Official University Partner for Techweek 2018, New Zealand's annual festival of innovation ecosystem events. ​

Taking place from 19-27 May, with 400 events around the country, the idea behind Techweek is simple: New Zealand's technology and innovation sectors are growing rapidly. Techweek fosters that growth by providing a week-long opportunity for connection and cross-pollination.

Add to Calendar 2018-05-19 11:00 2018-05-27 11:00 Pacific/Auckland Techweek 2018: NZ's annual festival of innovation AUT is the Official University Partner for Techweek 2018, New Zealand's annual festival of innovation ecosystem events. ​Taking place from 19-27 May, with 400 events around the country, the idea behind Techweek is simple: New Zealand's technology and innovation sectors are growing rapidly. Techweek fosters that growth by providing a week-long opportunity for connection and cross-pollination. Auckland
25th Jul 2018 11:00am-2:00pm

AUT ICT and Engineering Careers Fair 2018

Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2.00pm in WZ111 - WZ118 - WZ Building, AUT City campus

Add to Calendar 2018-07-25 11:00 2018-07-25 14:00 Pacific/Auckland AUT ICT and Engineering Careers Fair 2018 Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2.00pm in WZ111 - WZ118 - WZ Building, AUT City campus Auckland
3rd Sep 2018 9:00am - 6th Sep 2018 5:00pm

ATBH IX - conference at AUT

AUT is hosting the internationally renowned All Together Better Health interprofessional education and collaborative practice conference from 3 - 6 September, 2018

Add to Calendar 2018-09-03 09:00 2018-09-06 17:00 Pacific/Auckland ATBH IX - conference at AUT AUT is hosting the internationally renowned All Together Better Health interprofessional education and collaborative practice conference from 3 - 6 September, 2018 Auckland

Alumni events

25th Jul 2018 11:00am - 25th Jul 2018 2:00pm
AUT ICT and Engineering Careers Fair 2018

AUT ICT and Engineering Careers Fair 2018

Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2.00pm in WZ111 - WZ118 - WZ Building, AUT City campus

19th May 2018 11:00am - 27th May 2018 11:00am
Techweek 2018: NZ's annual festival of innovation

Techweek 2018: NZ's annual festival of innovation

AUT is the Official University Partner for Techweek 2018, New Zealand's annual festival of innovation ecosystem events. ​

Taking place from 19-27 May, with 400 events around the country, the idea behind Techweek is simple: New Zealand's technology and innovation sectors are growing rapidly. Techweek fosters that growth by providing a week-long opportunity for connection and cross-pollination.

4th Apr 2018 9:00am - 6th Jun 2018 9:00am
CO.STARTERS

CO.STARTERS

Do you have an entrepreneurial idea that you’d like to explore and develop? Do you want to solve a problem and make a difference in your community?

We are looking for AUT alumni, staff, students, and aspiring entrepreneurs who would like to take part in the 9-week CO.STARTERS programme that will give you the necessary tools, insights and networks.

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