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Repurposing New Zealand CBDs

07 May, 2024
Jose Antonio Lara-Hernandez examines how NZ central business districts can forge a future where our cities are sustainable, vibrant and culturally rich.
Illustrator and writer Julie Stephen Chheng

Te Ataata 2024 - Julie Stephen Chheng

30 Jan, 2024
Paris-based designer, illustrator and writer Julie Stephen Chheng is the 2024 Te Ataata artist in residence at AUT.
Audiovisual Artwork, Ngā Raraunga o te Mākū: the data of moisture

Climate crisis artwork on show in India

26 Jan, 2024
AUT’s Janine Randerson, Rachel Shearer and Stefan Marks head to India to present the audiovisual artwork Ngā Raraunga o te Mākū: the data of moisture.
Photo by Clinton Watkins

Art meets science at AUT

10 Nov, 2023
An unlikely collaboration is behind a critically acclaimed artwork by the School of Future Environments’ Clinton Watkins.
Ad industry's climate clean up act

Ad industry's climate clean up act

18 Sep, 2023
How will the Ad Net Zero action plan change advertising for fossil fuels in New Zealand? Lecturer Matt Halliday reviews the current situation.
Best Awards 2021

AUT at Best Awards 2021

22 Feb, 2022
AUT’s Art and Design students have won a total of 40 awards at 2021’s Best Awards, including 14 Gold, 12 Silver and 14 Bronze.
New AUT Professors

New Professors and Associate Professors 3

01 Nov, 2021
Eight AUT academics have been promoted to the position of Professor, and a further 22 have been appointed as Associate Professors.

Guides have a STEMtastic time at AUT

20 Jul, 2021
Recently nearly 80 Guides explored AUT during STEMtastic, an event presented by She Sharp and hosted by AUT, for GirlGuiding New Zealand.
Heartfelt team portrait

A Heartfelt solution

Creative technologies
04 Feb, 2021
Two students at AUT have designed a simple yet powerful answer to the distance and isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Future Environments Creative

Future Environments Awards

17 Dec, 2020
The success and achievement of our amazing students was recognised by the School of Future Environments at their annual awards ceremony.


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