Art

If you are drawn to artistic endeavours such as drawing, painting, sculpting or designing and want to extend your knowledge and skills, possibly even pursue a career as a full-time artist, it is certainly possible if you have the passion and drive.

Programmes

  • Bachelor of Creative Technologies

    • Code: WR3116
    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 360
    • Duration: 3 years

    This is an exciting degree where you have the ability to tailor your learning to align with your personal career goals. If you’ve completed our Level 5 and 6 diplomas...

  • Graduate Diploma in Creative Entrepreneurship

    • Code: WR3117
    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 120
    • Duration: 1 year

    This programme aims to develop students’ knowledge and skills to innovate as practitioners in emerging creative industries. Their interdisciplinary (Art, Graphic Design; Fashion; and Interior Design), hands‐on coursework will emphasize...

  • New Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design (Level 3)

    • Code: NZ2626
    • Intakes: Semester 2, On Demand
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 60
    • Duration: 1 semester

    This is a hands-on programme where you will develop your creativity, experiment with materials and techniques, and gain an insight into this exciting industry.

    In this one-semester programme, you will develop...

  • New Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design (Level 4)

    • Code: NZ2627
    • Intakes: Semester 1
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 60
    • Duration: 1 semester

    We want to encourage and support your exploration of ideas using a range of art and design media.

    This programme will take you through the steps of the design process and...

  • New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5)

    • Code: NZ2636
    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 120
    • Duration: 1 year

    If you want to take your talents and turn them into a successful career as an artist, craftsperson or designer, this one-year programme is a great place to start.

    This diploma...

  • New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 6)

    • Code: NZ2637
    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 120
    • Duration: 1 year

    This Level 6 diploma makes up the second year of the Bachelor of Creative Technologies and will introduce the fundamental knowledge and skills for establishing a creative business. You will...

Courses

  • Art and Design in Aotearoa: Mahi Toi, Hoahoa i Aotearoa

    • Code: CREA.5103
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Location: Rotorua (Mokoia)

    Students will gain knowledge of New Zealand art and design including influential artists, designers and craftspeople. Students will gain both practical and theoretical knowledge of art and design practices, culminating...

  • Creative Context: Horopaki Auaha

    • Code: CREA.5101
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Location: Rotorua (Mokoia)

    The aim of this course is to provide students with an initial experience of project-based learning. Students will be introduced to the methods, processes and language of drawing and design....

  • Creative Technologies I: Hangarau Auaha I

    • Code: CREA.5102
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Location: Rotorua (Mokoia)

    The aim of this course is to develop students’ skills and knowledge across a range of digital software and relevant technologies used within the creative industries. Students will work with...

  • Materials, Form, Structure: Ngā Rawa, Āhua, Hanganga

    • Code: CREA.5107
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Location: Rotorua (Mokoia)

    The aim of this course is to introduce students to a variety of materials and processes, and enable experimentation with form and structure through a range of workshops. Students will...

  • Paint

    • Code: ARTD.4306
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 15
    • Location: Rotorua (Mokoia); Taupo

    This course will enable a student to explore the physical properties of water based paints for their application in a variety of design contexts....

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