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September 2014

01 Close View Polyculture Week Exhibition
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Start/End 1st Sep 2014 - 1st Sep 2014 Duration 9 hours 
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Polyculture Week is CPIT’s annual celebration of cultural diversity by bringing people together to enjoy performances, music and food.

As part of Polyculture Week we're hosting an exhibition in the Rakaia Atrium to showcase artifacts from around the world.

 
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0800 24 24 76
info@cpit.ac.nz

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Start/End 2nd Sep 2014 - 2nd Sep 2014 Duration 9 hours 
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Polyculture Week is CPIT’s annual celebration of cultural diversity by bringing people together to enjoy performances, music and food.

As part of Polyculture Week we're hosting an exhibition in the Rakaia Atrium to showcase artifacts from around the world.

 
For more information

0800 24 24 76
info@cpit.ac.nz

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03 Close View Polyculture Week Exhibition
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Start/End 3rd Sep 2014 - 3rd Sep 2014 Duration 9 hours 
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Polyculture Week is CPIT’s annual celebration of cultural diversity by bringing people together to enjoy performances, music and food.

As part of Polyculture Week we're hosting an exhibition in the Rakaia Atrium to showcase artifacts from around the world.

 
For more information

0800 24 24 76
info@cpit.ac.nz

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04 Close View Polyculture Week Exhibition
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Start/End 4th Sep 2014 - 4th Sep 2014 Duration 9 hours 
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Polyculture Week is CPIT’s annual celebration of cultural diversity by bringing people together to enjoy performances, music and food.

As part of Polyculture Week we're hosting an exhibition in the Rakaia Atrium to showcase artifacts from around the world.

 
For more information

0800 24 24 76
info@cpit.ac.nz

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05 Close View Polyculture Week Exhibition
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Start/End 5th Sep 2014 - 5th Sep 2014 Duration 9 hours 
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Polyculture Week is CPIT’s annual celebration of cultural diversity by bringing people together to enjoy performances, music and food.

As part of Polyculture Week we're hosting an exhibition in the Rakaia Atrium to showcase artifacts from around the world.

 
For more information

0800 24 24 76
info@cpit.ac.nz

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11 Close View West Coast Expo
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Start/End 11th Sep 2014 9:00am-3:00pm Duration 6 hours  Location West Coast
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CPIT will be attending this year's West Coast Expo. Talk to our friendly staff if you would like to know about the study options that are available and ask any questions.

 

 
For more information

Nicola Maxwell
nicola.maxwell@cpit.ac.nz 
940 8035

 

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13 Close View NASDA Audition in Christchurch
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Start/End 13th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus, Christchurch
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Thinking about a career in music theatre? Submit your application today to audition for NASDA auditions in Christchurch.

For more information please see Application and Audition Information.

Applications close 15 August.

 
For more information

NASDA
nasda@cpit.ac.nz
(03) 940 8695

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14 Close View NASDA Audition in Christchurch
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Start/End 14th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus, Christchurch
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Thinking about a career in music theatre? Submit your application today to audition for NASDA auditions in Christchurch.

For more information please see Application and Audition Information.

Applications close 15 August.

 
For more information

NASDA
nasda@cpit.ac.nz
(03) 940 8695

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16 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 16th Sep 2014 - 16th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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17 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 17th Sep 2014 - 17th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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18 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 18th Sep 2014 - 18th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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19 Close View Musical Arts applications due
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Start/End 19th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location
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Launch your career as a professional musician with CPIT's Musical Arts.

If you're thinking about auditioning on 29,30 September or 1 October, applications are due 19 September.

Make sure to submit your application by 19 September to audition for 2015 intake. 

 
For more information


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19 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 19th Sep 2014 - 19th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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19 Close View Spring Graduation
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Start/End 19th Sep 2014 2:00pm Duration N/A  Location CBS Arena
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Come and celebrate with your friends and family our Spring Graduation.

Join us at the CBS Arena to celebrate their successes and achievements.

The departments graduating students at the Spring Graduation are:

  • Department of Applied Sciences and Allied Health
  • Department of Humanities including Te Puna Wānaka
  • CPIT Trades
  • Department of Engineering and Architectural Studies
  • Department of Nursing and Human Services
  • Department of Creative Industries including NASDA and New Zealand Broadcasting School
  • School of Food and Hospitality
  • Department of ICT
  • Department of Business

For more information about the graduation ceremony please see Graduation.

 
For more information

Hitesh Sharma
Hitesh.Sharma@cpit.ac.nz
(03) 940 8542

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20 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 20th Sep 2014 - 20th Sep 2014 Duration 4 hours 
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Free

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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
21 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 21st Sep 2014 - 21st Sep 2014 Duration 4 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson. The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings. The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death. Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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23 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 23rd Sep 2014 - 23rd Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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24 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 24th Sep 2014 - 24th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
25 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 25th Sep 2014 - 25th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
26 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 26th Sep 2014 - 26th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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26 Close View Villa Maria Market Day
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Start/End 26th Sep 2014 11:00am-1:30pm Duration 2 hours and 30 minutes  Location Visions courtyard
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Villa Maria's Home Economics class are holding a Market Day at Visions on Campus.

Come along to buy some delicious treats crafted by Villa Maria's Home Economic students on Friday 26 September between 11am - 1.30pm.

You will be able to purchase $4, $8 or $12 Pantry Cards on the day to exchange for products sold on the day.

 
For more information

0800 24 24 76
info@cpit.ac.nz

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27 Close View NASDA Audition in Christchurch
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Start/End 27th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus, Christchurch
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Thinking about a career in music theatre? Submit your application today to audition for NASDA auditions in Christchurch.

For more information please see Application and Audition Information.

Applications close 15 August.

 
For more information

NASDA
nasda@cpit.ac.nz
(03) 940 8695

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27 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 27th Sep 2014 - 27th Sep 2014 Duration 4 hours 
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Free

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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
28 Close View NASDA Audition in Christchurch
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Start/End 28th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus, Christchurch
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Thinking about a career in music theatre? Submit your application today to audition for NASDA auditions in Christchurch.

For more information please see Application and Audition Information.

Applications close 15 August.

 
For more information

NASDA
nasda@cpit.ac.nz
(03) 940 8695

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28 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 28th Sep 2014 - 28th Sep 2014 Duration 4 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson. The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings. The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death. Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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29 Close View Musical Arts Audition
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Start/End 29th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
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Come to CPIT's Musical Arts audition to see if you have what it takes to get into our Musical Arts programme.

CPIT's Musical Arts programme attracts students from all over New Zealand who want to pursue a successful career in the music industry.

Find out about Application and Audition information now.

Applications to audition close 19 September

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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29 Close View Girls Rock Trades holiday programme
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Start/End 29th Sep 2014 9:00am-3:00pm Duration 6 hours  Location CPIT Trades
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Free

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Join us at our Girls Rock Trades Year 9-13 free holiday programme on 29 September - 1 October and 6 - 8 October.

If you're not afraid to get your hands dirty, get a taste for trades with a FREE holiday workshop at CPIT's Ensors Road campus. As well as having a heap of fun and visiting real workplaces, you'll come away with loads of knowledge, a completed project and a GirlsRockTrades t-shirt.

We'll also shout you a rockin' good lunch each day.

Register now at liaison@cpit.ac.nz.

 
For more information
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30 Close View Musical Arts Audition
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Start/End 30th Sep 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
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Come to CPIT's Musical Arts audition to see if you have what it takes to get into our Musical Arts programme.

CPIT's Musical Arts programme attracts students from all over New Zealand who want to pursue a successful career in the music industry.

Find out about Application and Audition information now.

Applications to audition close 19 September

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
30 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 30th Sep 2014 - 30th Sep 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page

October 2014

01 Close View Musical Arts Audition
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Start/End 1st Oct 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
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Come to CPIT's Musical Arts audition to see if you have what it takes to get into our Musical Arts programme.

CPIT's Musical Arts programme attracts students from all over New Zealand who want to pursue a successful career in the music industry.

Find out about Application and Audition information now.

Applications to audition close 19 September.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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01 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 1st Oct 2014 - 1st Oct 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
02 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 2nd Oct 2014 - 2nd Oct 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
03 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 3rd Oct 2014 - 3rd Oct 2014 Duration 6 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
04 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 4th Oct 2014 - 4th Oct 2014 Duration 4 hours 
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Free

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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson.

The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings.

The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death.

Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
05 Close View ArtBox Exhibition: Sarah Anderson - Botanical Fandango
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Start/End 5th Oct 2014 - 5th Oct 2014 Duration 4 hours 
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ArtBox's exhibition this month is a collaboration of works by Sarah Anderson. The images exhibited in Botanical Fandango have all been fashioned from vegetables and other botanical specimens. They have been observed and recorded by the artist during various stages of decomposition, and through a process of drawing and re-imagining, a series of ‘creatures’ have evolved to create this suite of paintings. The works explore the concept of memento mori -remember you will die, which was a familiar motif in C16th & C17th paintings. Issues around food, death, decay and transversely the joy of life are evident, the exuberance and implied motion these works exude clearly indicate a sense of dance – reinforced by the choice of titles and returning again to referencing the dance of life & conversely death. Exhibition will run from 10 September - 5 October.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
06 Close View Girls Rock Trades holiday programme
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Start/End 6th Oct 2014 9:00am-3:00pm Duration 6 hours  Location CPIT Trades
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Free

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Join us at our Girls Rock Trades Year 9-13 free holiday programme on 29 September - 1 October and 6 - 8 October.

If you're not afraid to get your hands dirty, get a taste for trades with a FREE holiday workshop at CPIT's Ensors Road campus. As well as having a heap of fun and visiting real workplaces, you'll come away with loads of knowledge, a completed project and a GirlsRockTrades t-shirt.

We'll also shout you a rockin' good lunch each day.

Register now at liaison@cpit.ac.nz.

 
For more information
See the full event page
08 Close View Totally SAIKO holiday programme
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Start/End 8th Oct 2014 9:00am-3:00pm Duration 6 hours  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
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Free

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Immerse yourself in the language and culture of Japan with two full days of awesome activities. Learn to make delicious yakisoba and try on kimonos. Participate in a traditional tea ceremony and get loud with a Taiko drumming session.

Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 October 2014 at CPIT's Madras Street campus.

Registrations close 22 September. Numbers are limited and bookings are essential.

To register please complete the Totally SAIKO registration form.

 
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09 Close View Aerodynamix - Year 9 and 10 holiday programme
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Start/End 9th Oct 2014 - 9th Oct 2014 Duration 7 hours 
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Explore the power of force, motion and energy!

Sign your child up today to explore the magic of engineering and physics.

Get them interested in how objects in motion move through the air and how energy is transferred and conserved in sport and aviation with our Aerodynamix holiday programme on 8 - 10 October.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

Fill out the registration form here.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76
Register at Aerodynamix.

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10 Close View Aerodynamix - Year 9 and 10 holiday programme
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Start/End 10th Oct 2014 - 10th Oct 2014 Duration 7 hours 
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Explore the power of force, motion and energy!

Sign your child up today to explore the magic of engineering and physics.

Get them interested in how objects in motion move through the air and how energy is transferred and conserved in sport and aviation with our Aerodynamix holiday programme on 8 - 10 October.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

Fill out the registration form here.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76
Register at Aerodynamix.

See the full event page
22 Close View NASDA for a day
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Start/End 22nd Oct 2014 9:30am-4:00pm Duration 6 hours and 30 minutes  Location CPIT Madras Campus
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NASDA for a day is a chance for secondary school students to come to CPIT meet current students and teachers and experience an entire days’ worth of classes at NASDA.

This is a great opportunity for you to come along to check out what its like to spend a day at NASDA.

Fill in the application form and return it to:

Rebecca De Prospo
(03) 940 6895
rebecca.deprospo@cpit.ac.nz

 
For more information

Rebecca De Prospo
rebecca.deprospo@cpit.ac.nz
(03) 940 6895

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November 2014

28 Close View Musical Arts applications due
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Start/End 28th Nov 2014 Duration N/A  Location
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Launch your career as a professional musician with CPIT's Musical Arts.

If you're thinking about auditioning in December, applications close 28 November.

Make sure you submit your application by 28 November to audition for 2015 intake. 

 
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December 2014

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Start/End 8th Dec 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
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Come to CPIT's Musical Arts audition to see if you have what it takes to get into our Musical Arts programme.

CPIT's Musical Arts programme attracts students from all over New Zealand who want to pursue a successful career in the music industry.

Find out about Application and Audition information now.

Applications to audition close 28 November.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

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09 Close View Musical Arts Audition
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Start/End 9th Dec 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
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Come to CPIT's Musical Arts audition to see if you have what it takes to get into our Musical Arts programme.

CPIT's Musical Arts programme attracts students from all over New Zealand who want to pursue a successful career in the music industry.

Find out about Application and Audition information now.

Applications to audition close 28 November.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page
10 Close View Musical Arts Audition
When
Start/End 10th Dec 2014 Duration N/A  Location CPIT Madras Street Campus
Pricing


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Come to CPIT's Musical Arts audition to see if you have what it takes to get into our Musical Arts programme.

CPIT's Musical Arts programme attracts students from all over New Zealand who want to pursue a successful career in the music industry.

Find out about Application and Audition information now.

Applications to audition close 28 November.

 
For more information

info@cpit.ac.nz
0800 24 24 76

See the full event page

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