Architecture and Planning events

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We host exhibitions and public lecture series throughout the year to showcase students and connect with the profession.

 

  • Expert Series 016 (Creative Events, Architecture and Planning) Event as iCalendar
    08 March 2016 - 17 May 2016, 12pm
    School of Architecture and Planning's expert lecture series.
  • Morning Glory and LaLaLa at the Auckland Lantern Festival 2016 (Creative Events, Fine Arts, Architecture and Planning) Event as iCalendar
    18 February 2016 - 21 February 2016
    Come marvel at the collaborative artworks Morning Glory and LaLaLa by graduates as part of the Auckland Lantern Festival 2016.
  • Auckland Architecture Week 2015 (Creative Events, Architecture and Planning) Event as iCalendar
    26 September 2015 - 27 September 2015
    Student from NICAI's School of Architecture and Planning will exhibit their projects, 4 Futures and Studio Alfama, as part of Auckland Architecture Week 2015.
  • Fast Forward 2015 (Creative Events, Architecture and Planning) Event as iCalendar
    12 August 2015 - 14 October 2015, 6:30pm
    Fast Forward is an annual lecture series discussing research and issues relevant on both the New Zealand and global scales. NEXT EVENT: Xuelin Zhou and Laurence Simmons - 'Chinese Urban Cinema'
  • Simon Devitt Prize for Photography: Final frontier (Architecture and Planning, Creative Events, Exhibitions, projectspaceB431) Event as iCalendar
    27 May 2015 - 06 June 2015
    View selected entries for the title of best student photograph in Architecture being exhibited at Projectspace as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.
  • Communiqué 2015 (Architecture and Planning, Creative Events) Event as iCalendar
    18 March 2015 - 27 May 2015, 6:30pm
    School of Architecture and Planning's annual lecture series. UP NEXT: Jinhee Park & John Hong (Single Speed Design) - Micro Urbanism
  • Fast Forward (Creative Events, Architecture and Planning) Event as iCalendar
    The School of Architecture and Planning’s twice-annual talk series.