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Restoring world's first recorded computer music

26 September 2016 UC Distinguished Professor Jack Copeland and UC alumni Jason Long have restored the earliest known recording of computer-generated music, created more than 65 years ago. (read article)

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UC Arts on the Rise in QS World Rankings

Arts and Humanities at UC has improved by 90 places from #238 in 2013 #146 in 2015.
Social Sciences and Management at UC has jumped 123 places from #217 in 2013 to #94 in 2015.

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Why Study Arts at UC?

Think you know the Arts? It might be time for a rethink. Watch our new infographic video.

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‘My area of study uniquely prepares me to engage with modern science...’

Jamee Elder BA(Hons) in Philosophy
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Exhibition invitations from the Macmillan Brown Archive

Matariki Gallery, Level 1, Matariki, Curated by various artists 31/8/2016 9:00 AM Free

Two To Tango

Ilam School of Fine Arts, 13/9/2016 5:00 PM Free

Swedish electronic duo - there are no more four seasons

Tuesday, September 27 at 7 PM - 9 PM, The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts

Composition Workshop - there are no more four seasons - reBiber

Monday, September 26 at 3:30 PM - 5 PM, Room 205, School of Music, University of Canterbury, Christchurch

Swedish electronic duo there are no more four seasons - reBiber

Wednesday, September 28 at 8 PM - 10 PM, Wunderbar Lyttelton

Tuesday, September 27 at 4 PM - 5 PM, The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts

The Persecution of the Jews in the First Crusade: Memory, Liturgy and Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture

A8, South Arts Lecture Theatres, Iris Shagrir

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