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Pacific art takes over Government House

The Pacifica Mamas are the recipients of this year’s Matairangi Mahi Toi Pasifika artist-in-residence, a partnership between Massey University and Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy.

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Students

Second-year music student tours worldwide

Felix Holton is in his second year of study of his Bachelor of Commercial Music, but his musical talents are already taking him around the world.

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Students

Scholarship winner's major project focuses on holistic health in the music industry

The music world is Elleana Dumper’s oyster as she nears the end of her three-year Bachelor of Commercial Music degree.

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Students

Student's digitally printed creation blooms on stage at WoW

The World of WearableArt (WoW) awards show wrapped this weekend, and among the entries was second-year fashion student Anna Baines' incredible Bloom design.

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Research

Massey professor to explore political advertising in lecture

Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts Pro-Vice Chancellor and political commentator Professor Claire Robinson will give a public lecture on the topic of her new book Promises Promises – 80 Years of Wooing New Zealand Voters in Auckland.

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Students and staff win big in Best Awards

Massey's Wellington School of Design students and graduates came away with 12 gold pins at the Best Awards on Friday evening for innovative designs including a helmet designed to identify concussions, and a project helping the children of prisoners.

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News

Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts to host 2019 VNZMA Artisan Awards

Recognising Aotearoa’s extraordinary behind-the-scenes music talent, the fourth annual Artisan Awards will be celebrated at Massey University’s School of Music and Creative Media Production in Wellington on 4 November.

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Students

Hands-on learning a highlight for CMP scholarship winner

Imagining the future of the film industry led Liam McGuire to attain one of Massey University’s creative media production scholarships.

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Students

Electric Cargo Trike delivers a James Dyson Award win

The Electric Cargo Trike, a compact tilting electric urban delivery vehicle designed by Massey industrial design students, won first place in the national James Dyson Award. It's the second year in a row that Massey students have won the top prize.

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Students

Māori scholarship recipient keen to support rising rangatahi artists

Jaedyn Randell is studying music technology to support her ambitions to one day foster the talents of talented rangatahi (young people). She’s a recipient of Massey University’s School of Music and Creative Media Production Māori scholarship, and says it has helped with the financial support she needed to attend university.

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Research

Māori Visual Arts professor wins prestigious Wallace Art Award

Professor of Māori Visual Arts Robert Jahnke has been named the winner of the the Wallace Arts Trust Paramount Award for his Lamentation VI sculpture and will receive a six-month residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program in New York.

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News

Young Pacific leaders honoured at Prime Minister’s Pacific Awards

Emerging Pacific leaders were honoured in a ceremony hosted by the Ministry for Pacific Peoples last night in Wellington.

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Students

Telling the stories of the South Pacific

Third-year Creative Media Production student Kelly Moneymaker talks about filming in Tokelau, and how indigenous stories have the power to change the world.

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Research

Avalon Intermediate buzzes with the sound of Massey collaboration

An observational classroom beehive at Avalon Intermediate School has inspired students to turn their learnings into music and poetry.

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Students

“Performance and video art is what I do”

Tobias Allen, a third-year student in Fine Arts, is pushing the boundaries of contemporary art and gender identity.

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News

52 Toi Rauwhārangi finalists at 2019 Best Awards

The design of Wildbase Recovery Centre, a children’s TV show and a customisable bike are some of more than 50 projects by Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts students, staff and graduates that are finalists in this year’s Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Design Awards.

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Alumni

Massey graduates to show at NZ Fashion Week

Three emerging designers from our Bachelor of Design with Honours in Fashion programme have been selected to show at New Zealand Fashion Week.

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Students

Creative Media Production students tackle climate change with Pacific documentary

Three Massey University students have returned from a trip to the remote Pacific nation of Tokelau, where they filmed a documentary on the effects of climate change.

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Senior Tate Modern curator to speak in Wellington

Massey University’s Whiti o Rehua School of Art, in partnership with Te Papa Tongarewa and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, is delighted to announce the 2019 Peter Turner Memorial Lecture.

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Alumni

Red Dot award for children's kitset bike

A Massey University design technician and recent graduate, Sian Hosking Berge, came top in the recent international Red Dot Design Concept awards with a Best of the Best award for her BOU Bike, a kit set ride-on for children aged two to five years.

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Bachelor of Design with Honours students become Global Citizens in Hong Kong

Our Bachelor of Design with Honours students Ashlee, Frankie, Georgia, Lillian and Troix spent Semester One of 2019 interning at agencies in Hong Kong.

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Students

Creative Media Production project shown on TVNZ kids' platform

In 2018, Courtney Gilbert led a team of Creative Media Production students to create Kiwis Can Fly, a fun animated series for children. Now, Kiwis Can Fly is broadcasting to kiwi kids via NZ On Air's HEIHEI platform.

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Research

Ockham shortlisted book wins Best Cover award

Associate Professor Anna Brown and Dr Bronwyn Holloway-Smith’s book, Wanted: The search for the modernist murals of E. Mervyn Taylor, won Best Cover at the 2019 PANZ Book Design Awards.

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Students

Māori Visual Arts student wins Prime Minister's Exemplar Award

Toioho ki Apiti Bachelor of Maori Visual Arts student Jessica Collins was awarded the Prime Minister’s Exemplar Award at the 2019 New Zealand Youth Awards in June.

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News

Kiwi musician Louis Baker records studio session at College of Creative Arts

New Zealand musician Louis Baker shared a rare live studio session video of his single ‘So Lo’, filmed in the College of Creative Arts music studios in Wellington.

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Research

Spectacle of water and moving image for Matariki

A constellation of artists led by two Massey University academics created a unique cinematic experience on Wellington Habour’s lagoon for Matariki in 2019.

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Alumni

Massey University and National Library partner to support emerging Pacific artists

We've partnered with the National Library of New Zealand to develop a pilot Pasifika Arts Residency. The residency grants a graduate student of Pacific descent free access to the Pacific archives at National Library for a full business week.

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Research

Tackling poverty and institutional racism through design

Auckland architect John Belford-Lelaulu has won the Creative New Zealand and Massey University Arts and Creativity Award at the 2018 Prime Minister’s Pacific Youth Awards.

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