If you're on the lookout for things to do this weekend, you could do worse than head along to ad13 Fascinate, a showcase of work from AUT undergrad and postgrad students.
The art and design festival is open to the public from November 14-17 at spaces all across the city campus, exbiting works across the digital, fashion, graphic, product, spatial and textile fields.
Among the works on display is Neerali Parbhu’s ‘Sprout’ (a Best Awards finalist) that's a child-sized IV pole complete with bright colours and a toy tray.
Once fully developed, it will be put to use at Starship Children’s Hospital.
What: AUT ad13 Fascinate art+design festival
When: 10am - 6pm daily, November 14-17
Where: AUT City Campus in buildings WG, WM, We, WW, & WR on St Paul Street, Governor Fitzroy, Wellesley Street east, Mount Street, and Symonds Street
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