Otakaro Ltd East Frame walkabout
About the event: Otakaro Ltd guided ‘walkabout’ of the East Frame.
The walk will include a commentary on the street designs, public spaces, the Gap Filler projects and the residential projects underway. Finishing at the Dux Central (Emerald Room) where drinks and nibbles will be provided by the Transportation Group and Urban Design Forum as a New Year get together.
Who is invited: This is a Transportation Group and Urban Design Forum members only event.
5pm Tuesday 30 January 2018 Jeanette.firstname.lastname@example.org
(request information where to meet in your rsvp)
10-year Budget and 30-year Auckland Plan: Transport
Bernard Hickey MC will be joined by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff and a panel of industry experts to discuss and debate Auckland’s transport challenges and the potential solutions available.
Venue: Lower NZI, Aotea Centre, Auckland City Centre
Doors open at 5.00pm
Can't make it? View the conversation live stream or on-demand, listen or download the transcript on the Auckland Conversations website.
Free public event 6pm - 7:30pm
The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts
156 Armagh Street, Christchurch.
It will also be recorded and live streamed.
Hear from established and emerging indigenous voices from Canada and Aotearoa/NZ.
Further details on speakers to be provided in the coming week.
2nd Biennial International Indigenous Design Forum
Nā Te Kore | From the Void 2018 is the 2nd International Indigenous Design Forum hosted by Ngā Aho - Māori and Indigenous design professionals network.
Nā Te Kore | From the Void 2018 aims to build on the successful foundations of I Te Timatanga | In the Beginning 2016 as well as the Ōtautahi Revealed Symposium 2012 by expanding the horizons and showing how a new light can emerge even from the darkest of voids.
Opening and Panel Discussion 2 March: exhibition until 21 March
Exhibition March 2-21 2018
Opening + Panel Discussion March 2, 5PM
VUW Faculty of Architecture and Design Atrium
139 Vivian Street Te Aro 6011
Vol34: Weaving the strands of indigenous creativity
Pecha Kucha – indigenous creativity
Haeata Community Campus, 240 Breezes Rd, Christchurch
See link for tickets.