AD21 showcases student work

30 Nov, 2021

Graduating Art & Design students' work is being showcased through AD21.

This work is the culmination of an educational journey that celebrates the ambitions, successes, and creative expressions of our students.

From a raft of disciplines and advancing a range of creative practices, these works showcase visions for a richer, socially innovative, technically astute and critically attuned future.

Head of School Andrew Withell says the School is very proud to present its showcase of the graduating students from Kura Toi a Hoahoa: School of Art and Design at AUT.

"The student work represents the culmination of an educational experience; exploring a range of art and design topics, issues, approaches, and technologies, reflecting the School's ambition to foster the individual creative potential of each student through engagement with world-class facilities.

"Our students create consciously and communicate within a culture of inclusivity, reciprocity and connectedness.

"We hope you enjoy viewing the art and design work and helping us to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our students in 2021."

AD21 allows viewers to sort by discipline, theme, student name and department. It features work from the departments of Communication Design, Digital Design, Fashion Design, Industrial Design, Spatial Design and Visual Arts.

The work of Postgraduate students is also highlighted in its own section, showcasing diverse fields of practice.

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