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Te Pūkenga NMIT ākonga displayed great collaboration recently when the Arts and Design ākonga filmed and photographed the Level 5 music ākonga performing at a gig this year.
The collaboration between the two classes is just one example of the unity fostered by fellow student, Sharon Salmon.
“The music students also showcased at the ākonga Objects Market Day in early November, creating a vibe and atmosphere,” Sharon said.
“My role has been to facilitate the process and to encourage students to explore and experiment with their creative talents.”
Sponsorship from Speedy Print made it possible to print the photographs, which can be viewed in the G Block foyer as part of the end of year Level 5 and 6 Art Showcase.