Kia ora tatou,
We are pleased to announce we are now offering another day, Student Experience Day #2 on Monday 17th June 2019, due to the huge interest in the May CoCA Student Experience Day and workshops filling up so quickly.
Again, there are 15 x up to $150 travel subsidies available for students from outside of the Wellington region to help with flight costs to travel to attend the day. Any students wishing to receive a subsidy would need to send through a detailed email to Belinda Weepu: firstname.lastname@example.org stating why they should be awarded this subsidy and what they know about Massey University’s College of Creative Arts.
Students who miss out on these subsidies are still welcome to register to attend. However, these students will need to pay their own travel expenses. We will be picking up all students from out of Wellington from the airport on the morning of Monday 17th June and arranging for them to return back to the airport after 5 pm.
Workshops offered are:
Commercial Music – Meet the music experts
Are you keen to be a part of the future of music?
Join us in a workshop that explores the potential of making new music, developing new music technology and sound, or promoting music for the new world.
Creative Media Production – Find your part in the business of storytelling
Interested in being part of the growing screen-based industries?
Come and explore your potential in film and television, animation and VFX, game development, producing and directing, and a wide range of creative technologies.
Fashion and Textiles – Light up your life with code
Using LEDs in fashion and textiles is a fun start to wearable tech – come along and find out the basics of coding LEDs to change colour and pattern in different textiles.
Fine Arts – Connecting our senses through drawing
Join current fine arts students to explore the concept of ‘synaesthesia’ and the potential relationship between sound and touch, and its expression through drawing.
Industrial Design – How it works
How do industrial designers shape the inside and outside of your blender, car radio or DVD player? Come along and dive into how products are designed and made.
Photography – The language of light
Gain hands-on experience as a photographer, lighting technician, and art director within a professional lighting studio. Learn how light can be manipulated to create imaginative images in art, fashion, and portraiture.
Spatial Design – Virtually Actual – creating speculative spaces with virtual reality
Join lecturers in an immersive spatial design workshop to create a future space using a range of physical and digital visualisation processes. Participants will sketch by hand, model digitally and inhabit their designs using virtual reality.
Visual Communication Design – Coding for Creative Practice
Explore the use of computer programming as a creative tool for making different kinds of art and design. The focus will be on experimentation – no prior coding experience is necessary.
Visual Communication Design – How to come up with ideas and designs quickly
Are you interested in new ideas, innovative problem solving, and exploring the unconventional? This workshop explores how to think creatively, and come up with multiple ideas very quickly and without any limitations, in order to find a solution or address an issue. Come ready to think outside the square!
Please ask students to register quickly to secure their place at this second event: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/creative-arts-student-experience-day-2-monday-17-june-2019-registration-60034812741
Date: Monday 17 June 2019
Time: 9.30 – 3.30 pm (option to have an accommodation tour from 4 – 5 pm)
Meeting place: The Pyramid, entrance A, 63 Wallace Street, Mt Cook, WELLINGTON MASSEY CAMPUS
Places are limited to 120 students and we are only accepting individual registrations rather than whole classes. Each of the workshops are capped which will fluctuate as students are registered and confirmed.
Lastly, could we ask that only year 12s and 13s register for this day. There is another similar day in the July school holidays – Immersion Day (Monday 8 July) which students can register for from mid-May.
Any questions, do not hesitate to get in touch.
Ngā mihi nui,
Belinda Palolo Weepu | Student Recruitment Adviser | Wellington & Southern Regions |
Massey University | Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa | Phone 04 801 5799 ext. 63126 | Cell 021 423 605