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Arts @ Massey Newsletter 6/3/12

Jazz Tui nominations for Massey musicians

Acclaimed pianist, composer and Massey University jazz lecturer Phil Broadhurst's new album Delayed Reaction is a family affair. His wife Julie Mason sings a track, son Cameron designed the cover, and it was launched in Auckland the same day as expat son Nick released his rock album in Switzerland.
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Animals romp in alphabet exhibition

"A is for A Penguin" joins "Ibex I Am!" and "Melody Mouse" in nine-year-old Nadya Macey's animal alphabet. Nadya's exuberant typeface will sit alongside alphabets by professional typographic designers in an exhibition that opens at Massey University in Wellington tonight.
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Christchurch urban design ideas sought

Submissions are currently being sought from young New Zealand designers, architects and engineers for two travel scholarships aimed at supporting the design and reconstruction of quake-ravaged Christchurch.
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Evaluation gives five-star ratings in five categories

Massey University has been given five-star ratings for its research, teaching, innovation, infrastructure and internationalisation.
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'Legend' anti drink-drive line is quote of the year

A one-liner from an anti drink-drive television advert has been voted quote of the year in a Massey University competition to find the top ten New Zealand memorable quotes of 2011.
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Masterly work showcased

Postgraduate students at Massey's School of Design and School of Fine Arts showcased their final projects at a joint exhibition in February.
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