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Join Unitec in this year's Gradfest 2012!

Join Unitec in this year's Gradfest 2012!

6 October 2012

It's that time of the year again, when students finish their study and come together to celebrate graduates' achievements in creative industries and business. This November, the Gradfest event will introduce the next generation of talented graduates, with fresh new ideas, to take the world by storm!

You're invited to come and get a new perspective as we celebrate the creative minds of the future.

Gradfest is an annual event in which graduate students from the Faculty of Creative Industry and Business have the opportunity to showcase their best work and innovative ideas. Graduates from Accounting & Finance, Architecture, Communication Studies, Computing, Design and Visual Arts, Landscape Architecture, Management & Marketing and Performing and Screen Arts, will share their achievements and successes with their various projects and work in action.

There will be a number of shows taking place over November across Unitec's Mt Albert campus: Performing and Screen Arts will showcase their work from 9 November, the main Exhibition Opening night is 29 November, the exhibition will then be open to the public from the 30 November to 6 December.

Be inspired by fresh talent, see new ideas in action and watch where the industry is heading.

For more information and the full programme of events go to

Exhibition Dates, Times and Venues:

Performing and Screen Arts:
Year 3 Acting Musical - Friday, 9 and 16 November, 7pm in Building 6, Unitec Theatre, Mt Albert campus.
Unitec Dance Showcase - Thursday, 22 November, 6:30pm at Raye Freedman Arts Centre, Epsom Girls.
Year 3 Screen Arts Grad Screening - Monday, 26 November, 6pm at Event Cinemas, St Lukes.

Accounting & Finance, Computing, Management & Marketing - Thursday, 29 November, 5:30pm in The Hub, Building 180, Mt Albert campus.

Architecture - Thursday, 29 November, 6pm in Building 1, Unitec, Mt Albert campus.

Communication Studies - Thursday, 29 November, 5:30pm-7:30pm in Building 1, Unitec, Mt Albert campus.

Design and Visual Arts - Thursday, 29 November, 6pm in Building 1, Unitec, Mt Albert campus.

Landscape Architecture - Thursday, 29 November, 5:30pm in Building 1, Unitec, Mt Albert campus.


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