ANZAC Day 25 April
As we commemorate ANZAC day this year, the University of Canterbury Students’ Association welcomes everyone to the ANZAC Day Service at 10am on Tuesday 25 April.
Image credit: Pascoe, Paul, 1928, The Returned Soldiers procession, ANZAC Day Parade, Christchurch, 1928, Bishop Julius Hall Association of Ex-Students records (MB444, Ref 15785). Macmillan Brown Library, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Details from Insiders, the UC student blog: https://blogs.canterbury.ac.nz/insiders/2017/04/07/anzac-day-service-on-campus/
All are welcome to attend. This is an important occasion and an opportunity for students, staff and the wider community to come together.
The Service will take place on the Quad between the Matariki and Puaka-James Hight Buildings at 10am on Ilam Campus. Free parking is available in the Science car park off Ilam Road (excluding reserved parking spaces). In the event of wet weather, the service will be held in the Undercroft.
- Te Akatoki will open the service with a Mihi/Karakia.
- UCSA Vice-President Emily Barker will emcee.
- The Christchurch Youth Choir will perform.
- There will be addresses from representatives of the RSA, the NZDF, the UC Chaplain, and UC Chancellor Dr John Wood.
“We will remember them”
Don’t miss our Look, Look, See exhibition in the Matariki Campus Gallery.
Many of the artists represented have either studied or taught at UC’s School of Fine Arts.
Look, Look, See showcases a selection of works recently acquired by the University of Canterbury via acquisition and donation. From contemporary to historic, painting and sculpture, the exhibition is a concise and varied sample of artists with a strong connection UC and the Canterbury region. Artists include: Mark Adams, Chrystabel Aitken, Hannah Beehre, Oliver Dawe, Ioane Ioane, Andy Andy Le Leleisi’uao, Colin Lovel-Smith, Paul McLaughlin, Abbigail Meakin, Donna Patterson & Francis Upritchard.
Research shows art can boost your work productivity, lower stress and increase wellbeing! See Guardian article here
Here is your opportunity to enrich UC’s environment. Staff and students are invited to view the exhibition and apply for works to be displayed in a department or chosen area on campus.
The exhibition runs until 14th May 2017 in the Matariki Campus Gallery. More information here
Hannah Beehre, Lagoon, Resin, Swarovski crystal, acrylic & dye on velvet, 2016, UC-APC-1264
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