Teslers Time Out I hope that you all had a nice break and enjoyed el Eid celebrations! I am looking forward meeting you all and help you enjoy the rest of the amazing social and cultural events that Inge de leew has carefully selected for you.
Victoria International Theatre: Actors wanted
Cultural Programme tickets!
Fri 9 Sept – Kick off with the NZSM Big Band
Victoria International Theatre (VIT) is a new club on campus, bringing together international and Kiwi students to perform NZ and Pacific plays. Several BEdTESOL students are already involved! They are looking for committed actors and actresses for their upcoming project, Waiora. No experience necessary! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: vilp-theatre.blogspot.com
Wed 14 Sept - Inaugural Chancellor’s Lecture New Zealander of the Year and renowned scientist Professor Sir Paul Callaghan will deliver Victoria University‘s Inaugural Chancellor‘s Lecture next week. This event is not on campus, but really does showcase the calibre of Victoria alumi and staff. Wednesday 14 Sept, 6pm Wellington Town Hall (entrances via Civic Square and Wakefield St) Free entry, but seats are limited so secure a place by emailing alumni@vuw. ac.nz or calling (04) 463 9665
Some of you still have not collected your tickets for the remaining cultural shows of Tri 2 . You can still come pick them up during these times next week: Tuesday 13 Sept from 12.00pm to 3.00pm or Thursday 15Sep from12.00pm to 3.00pm
Sat 10 Sept - Red Rocks Coastal Walk Our Exciting Red Rocks Coastal walk is finally happening this Saturday 10 Sept! All of the students who have signed up should meet at 9.30am sharp at the Uni bus stop/Kelburn Campus. If you have signed up and havn’t received the informative email about the walk please email me (Asmaa) soon and I will send it to you.
Fri 9 Sept Volleyball The times for the Volleyball game planned for tomorrow 9 Sep have now changed: 2.00pm to 3.00 pm. I hope that will allow more of you to
The Rugby World Cup opens this week with celebrations all over the country. Be a part of this historic event... without having to watch any rugby! The New Zealand School of Music is offering a free ‘kick off’ concert featuring the Award-winning NZSM Big Band. The waterfront will be packed with Rugby fans, so escape to the Town Hall for a different take on the celebrations. Fri 9 Sept, 5-6pm, Wellington Town Hall. Entry is free!
Fri 9 Sept - New Zealand on Screen This installation on the waterfront is a showcase of iconic TV, films, clips and music videos. Made from modified shipping containers, it includes interactive spaces and an outdoor video tower that comes alive at night with projections! 9 Sept – 23 Oct, 11am – 9pm, Te Papa Promenade (waterfront). Free!
Volunteer Opportunity If you’re interested in meeting people from all over the world and being part of the biggest event New Zealand has ever hosted, you should find out more about being a Rugby World Cup 2011 volunteer. Tournament organisers are looking for enthusiastic people to volunteer in a variety of roles, all aimed at making RWC 2011 an outstanding success. Visit the official Rugby World Cup 2011 Voulunteer site: http://www.rugbyworldcup.com/destinationnewzealand/volunteers.html
Sat 10 Sept – WMA Onam Celebrations Wellington Malayalee Association presents Onam 2011! Celebrate in the traditional Kerala style with cultural performances and, of course, a traditional vegetarian Onam feast in vazhayila (banana leaf) Sat 10 Sept, 5.30pm, Indian Cutural Centre, 48 Kemp Street, Kilbirnie. $ 15 each or $40 (admit 4). Contact Logesh (Cohort 3.1) to book tickets: email@example.com
Contact the Social-Cultural Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 463 5233 ext. 8703 Mobile: 027 563 5627