At a pre-dawn ceremony today Te Ātiawa and Ngāti Toa Iwi joined together in central Wellington to lay a mauri stone representing the life-force of Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Applied Creativity.Read More
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The Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) students pictured are tutored by Tupe Lualua, Tuaine Robati (Cook Islands dance) and Kereama Te Ua (Māori Performing Arts). Kereama tutored and led the students in the opening parade and Pōwhiri at CubaDupa
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Recognised as one of New Zealand’s most influential business women and advocate for the creative arts sector, Victoria Spackman ONZM has been appointed to lead Te Auaha.
Photo: Victoria Spackman who will start in her new role as Director Te Auaha from May this year.Read More
Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Applied Creativity has signed a three-year agreement with the China Cultural Centre in New Zealand (CCCNZ).
Photo: Han, Xuanting Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) Whitireia graduate which will become part of Te AuahaRead More