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Sunday, 26 November 2017 12:32 am

Te Auaha new home for creative capital

Te Auaha,  New Zealand Institute of Applied Creativity will house more than 1000 students in arts, design, media and creative technology and applied arts – including journalism and broadcasting.

About 200 industry leaders, business people and politicians attended the gala launch while students from Weltec and Whitireia demonstrated their talents in performing arts, hospitality and broadcasting during the evening.

The campus will be open for learning in early 2018.

Joanna Paitek captured the vibrancy of the event and some of the talent which will be part of the six-storey building on the corner of Cuba St and Dixon St in the city.


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