New Zealand Launches $22.5 Million Creative Arts Campus

The Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Applied Creativity, established by Whitireia New Zealand and the Wellington Institute of Technology brings together ‘an incredible range of tertiary education options for aspiring film directors, producers, musicians, artists and artisans, jewellers, photographers, graphic designers, animators, broadcasters and stage and screen performers’ according to Roger Sowry, council chair of Whitireia and WelTec. 

The $22.5 million Wellington campus to be completed by 2018 includes 9,000m2 of dance studios, rehearsal and performance spaces, as well as recording studios, a radio station, cinema, workshops and studios, is expected to produce over 1000 graduates from creative disciplines.

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