08 July 2021
Whanganui’s vibrant arts community came to life last month with Lights on Bikes making its return.
20 April 2021
Everyone wants to take a great photo – but it’s those who are pursuing it professionally that know exactly how much work goes into getting an iconic shot.
18 March 2021
The largest, longest-running, and perhaps the most diverse artist trail in the country is coming together with UCOL to celebrate ‘21 Years of Art Discovery’.
15 March 2021
With travel restrictions still in place, how do you deliver a global learning experience to students?
10 February 2021
UCOL Lecturer and Artist Launches Master’s Exhibition at Edith Gallery
09 February 2021
Paratriathlete Shaz Dagg is not afraid of a challenge and now she has her eyes on becoming the first female amputee to complete the Coast to Coast.
02 February 2021
It can only take one song to really take off – and Palmerston North band Ripple Effect are seeing that for themselves. Their single Sway, which was release last year, has just ticked over more than 200,000 listens on Spotify.
17 November 2020
UCOL Whanganui Art and Design students have been busy putting the finishing touches on their work for their multi-site exhibition.
03 November 2020
Tricia Falkner has always been fascinated by bugs and her latest photography exhibition is showing just how beautiful they can be.
28 October 2020
Manawatū photographer picks up multiple awards in international photo competition.
13 July 2020
Watching the Director-General of Health front up at the Government’s daily COVID-19 updates has inspired UCOL Creative Media student Abby Koolaard to make him the ‘face’ of her class project.
08 July 2020
UCOL is inviting the community to join their Matariki celebrations with a free performance by Grammy Award-winning musician Puoro Jerome.