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Your School is Invited to The Greatest Show on Earth at Unit

Your School is Invited to The Greatest Show on Earth at Unitec


Your school is invited to the 1950s inspired, The Greatest Show on Earth – Unitec’s end of year exhibition of costume, art department, lighting and sound design work by our Production Design & Management (PDM) students. Come and see what our students have produced in 2017 and talk to them and their tutors about the abundant career opportunities in those industries and background on the PDM degree qualification at Unitec’s Creative Industries.

Opening night: Fri 24 Nov @6pm (refreshments provided)

Exhibition dates: Sat 25 & Sun 26 Nov @10am-3pm

Unitec Theatre, Building 1, Entry 1, Carrington Rd, Unitec Mt Albert campus, Auckland


ENDS


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