To highlight, celebrate, and support our Māori students, we have:
Te Rau Tauawhi—the Māori Student Centre—supports Māori students at Massey across the country.
Drop in and see Simon Koperu-Miyamoto and Caleb Matthews, the Wellington-based Māori student coordinators at Nau Mai, our Māori student space. You can find them at Block 9, Level B on the Wellington campus.
Toi Rauwhārangi and Massey University offers scholarships to help Māori students achieve their dreams and study with us.
This residency was created by Toi Rauwhārangi in partnership with the office of the Governor General, to support the development of Māori and Pasifika visual arts and creative practices. There are up to three residencies per year.
Artists can live and work in a house in the grounds of Government House.
This residency aims to:
The name for the residency was gifted to Toi Rauwhārangi and Government House by Professor Ross Hemera.
Turn your talents into a lifelong creative career.Register your interest