Second-year students explored all avenues when, in their web writing course, they were challenged to create multi-media reports of School of Media Arts projects. Their photographs, videos, slideshows, and words covered topics such as the world’s largest piano, a musician who listens to bridges, a link to the Lusitania and a book on abstract art. See their stories below.
Wintec students excited to showcase their designs at the annual fashion event to be held on Alexandra Street
Wintec’s Māori and Pasifika student publication Te Kete Kōrero showcases many graduates.
An exhibition at the Waikato Museum attempts to get to grips with Hamilton.
The gramophone has a very unique sound, so Kent MacPherson decided to take that sound and process it with modern day process mixers.
A major new book celebrates the 50-year career of leading New Zealand abstract artist Mervyn Williams.
The Darlimurla letters is the only piece of history that connected Thomas Macky with his parents. The added element of ‘Lusitania’ and its impact on families make this a compelling story to read.
Hamilton musicians have been given an opportunity to play a musical rarity at a two week event hosted at Creative Waikato.
Riding for the Disabled in Hamilton relies on its volunteers. (Video)Continue Reading →
Volunteering at SPCA is the cat’s whiskers for vet nurse Debbie. (Video)Continue Reading →
When models take to the catwalk for the annual Wintec fashion show in Alexandra Street on November 22 they will be just one attraction on offer.Continue Reading →
Six students are off to China after winning a prestigious scholarshipContinue Reading →