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  • MIT CELEBRATION PARTY

    2 December, 3pm – 8pm
    Faculty of Creative Arts, Manukau Institute of Technology
    Auckland

     

     

     

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    Are you a past or current staff member or student of the Faculty of Creative Arts, MIT? Perhaps your whānau studied here, or you are a member of our wider arts community?

    Then this is the invite for you!

     

    In 2018, the Faculty of Creative Arts is moving from 50 Lovegrove Crescent to MIT’s North Campus quad area. This is exciting times for us as we are presented with the opportunity to foster more meaningful connections with the wider MIT. However it also marks a significant shift in our tūrangawaewae, and for this reason it’s time for us to come together and acknowledge all of the people who contributed vast amounts of energy to making 50 Lovegrove Crescent a creative home.

     

    On Saturday 2nd December from 3-8pm, we are expressing our gratitude through hosting a CELEBRATION PARTY for you all. It is a time to reunite and reflect, to honour the end of an era, and to gain collective strength in moving forward.

     

    The CELEBRATION PARTY will include:

    – Pōwhiri & Pasifika Welcome
    – Sharing of graduating students’ work in Visual Arts, Photography, Performing Arts, Creative Writing & Jewellery
    – Guest Speakers & Prizegiving Awards
    – Food, music, dancing, karaoke & surprises!

     

    THERE IS ALSO AN OPTIONAL DRESS CODE:
    Come as your favourite artist, writer or performer!!!!!

     

     

     

    Faculty of Creative Arts, Manukau Institute of Technology
    50 Lovegrove Cres
    Otara
    Auckland

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