Learn traditional forms of photography as well as modern digital photography. Gain a good understanding of the techniques of image production in a range of genres, and develop your creativity. Build your portfolio. There's an emphasis on the Commercial application of Photography and how it is used in the creative arts.
Study to become a contemporary jeweller through a stimulating, creative education in jewellery design
Gain introductory skills in creative technologies. Discover creative techniques in digital media and design. Learn 3D media, design, drawing, illustration and photography. Prepare for higher-level study in Creative Technologies and Digital Media.
Start your creative journey. Get a taste of a wide range of creative disciplines. You’ll learn about art and design, illustration, digital media, photography and video skills. Develop skills in digital modelling and 3D printing and digital fabrication. Build a professional portfolio.
From day one you’ll use digital design software, 3D printers, laser cutters, cameras and more. Work with a mix of media such as motion graphics and virtual reality, or apply digital techniques to create physical works. Develop your creative thinking skills.
Build on the Level 5 diploma (or equivalent qualification, skills or knowledge), which is a prerequisite for this course. Build skills in virtual reality, animation, gaming, visual arts, motion graphics, 2D and 3D printing, laser cutting, video and photography. Learn through collaborative and interdisciplinary projects.
The first two years of the Bachelor of Creativity (Digital Media) provides a foundation of various design areas such as graphic design, illustration, motion graphics, animation, and web design. In the third year, you will build on the knowledge you have acquired to create an original body of work for your industry ready portfolio. Our graduates work in design studios, agencies and digital design companies.
Focus on your discipline: jewellery, painting, print making, sculpture or photography. Create a body of work in your final year. Gain skills in developing your portfolio, exhibiting and building a creative career. Alongside studio work, you will explore the theory and history of art creation.
Undertake specialised study and practice in Visual Arts to extend your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media. Develop a body of work as a major project.
Experience the creative industry. Enhance your portfolio with a collaborative and major independent project. Put your skills into practice at a creative workplace.
The Bachelor of Creative Technologies is for returning degree students only. To enrol you must have successfully achieved more than 120 credits in this programme.
Explore the Māori art forms of raranga (weaving) or whakairo (carving). Build a solid foundation in these customary practices or develop your skills further - the programme is tailored to suit you. Your learning will be underpinned by te reo, tikanga and mātauranga toi.