Campus and facilities

We're mainly based at Massey’s Wellington campus, with seven buildings dedicated to teaching spaces, studios and specialist labs and facilities.

Te Ara Hihiko, Block 12, from outside at night

Te Ara Hihiko

Multi-storey auditorium with lighting rigs, grand piano and music gear

Recording studio—live room

Our students spend most of their time at Massey making and thinking in studios, workshops and media labs. Typically, at least two-thirds of your classes will be hands-on.

White walls create individual studio spaces

Fine Arts studios

Modern and traditional printers available for students to use in the studio

Print studio

Lounge room for students in Te Ara Hihiko

Design student lounge space

Lab filled with desks with toolkits and soldering equipment

Music technology lab

Commercial music students practice in the rehearsal studio

Music rehearsal studios

World-class facilities

Use industry-standard digital tools and production and fabrication equipment.

Digital or physical, you’ll have the practical skills you need to launch into a creative career.

Large mixing desk with monitors and speakers above, behind window facing into auditorium

Recording studio control room. Photo by Jason Mann Photography (Massey alumni)

Students processing film photographs in darkroom, lit red

Photography darkroom

Setting up a photography shoot in the lighting studio

Lighting and photography studio

Retractable seats allows for a multipurpose space for exhibitions, workshops and performances

"The Pit" lecture theatre with retractable seats. Photo by Jason Mann Photography (Massey alumni)

Students in MOCAP suits in front of projected screen

MOCAP studio

Students active in MOCAP suits in front of project screen with roaming camera

MOCAP studio in action

Māori visual arts students

Te Pūtahi-a-Toi

The Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts, along with postgraduate study in Māori Visual Arts, is based at the Manawatū campus in Palmerston North.

Turn your talents into a lifelong creative career.

Register your interest

Te Ara Toroa — Rere Ki Uta, Rere Ki Tai
The flight of the albatross — Venturing into the unknown
Design by Ngataiharuru Taepa, Kaihautu Toi Māori—Director of Māori Arts

Toi Rauwhārangi
College of Creative Arts
Wellington, Aotearoa