UCSA Arts Fest 2021 is here!
We’ve put together two jam-packed weeks of events, showcasing the Arts here at UC, including over 40 events, many of which are led by UC student clubs, or feature some of our most talented UC students!
Get stuck in and head to a workshop, or get your competitive streak going by entering one our competitions. Finalists will be invited to The Arts Fest Awards to end the week.
Check out our website for upcoming events, and grab CANTA magazine for the full programme!
Arts Fest 2021 wouldn’t be possible without our friends:
- Te Akatoki
- UC Arts
- The Foundry
- Mono Nights
- UC Arts Society
- Ucan Dance
- The Court Theatre
- Plus more to be announced
The UCSA is holding a focus group for disabled students on Thursday 20 May, and we’d love you to join us.
This is a chance for you to let us know what you want to see improved for disabled students on campus. We would also like your input on forming a club for disabled students and what it would look like to you.
Related: University of Canterbury Disabled Students’ Association Sign-up Sheet
Congratulations to the UCSA’s new Finance and Engagement Officer Jennifer Berry!
The by-election results were announced on Friday evening, with Jennifer securing the most student votes out of four candidates.
Jennifer is in her third year studying Mechanical Engineering, is a self-confessed aerospace nerd, and a member of the Student Volunteer Army Executive.
In her new role, she’ll hold financial responsibilities and help the UCSA Exec to engage and communicate with students.
To view the full election results, visit our website.