Mark Peter has been a Media Art student for four years. In that time he’s developed skills in design, motion graphics, painting and sculpture to name a few. Mark was a recipient of the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia and spent five months in China attending Chengdu University as part of Wintecs’ tertiary exchange programme. Mark […]
Wintec is privileged to be the benefactor of Olivia Mead’s Honours Project as part of her Bachelor of Media Arts (Hons) in Communication. ‘Emergent’ showcases some of Wintec’s finest creative writing pieces. Researching massive quantities of writing, Olivia has compiled a great treasure of past works, and sets a course for future writers that enables their work to be […]
Its clear that our students’ hold great passion when they first enrol at the School of Media Arts, and its very rewarding for us to see their skills honed over their time with us. Check out some of our stunner graduate works as featured in the Waikato Independent. Our students don’t only feature here, but […]
Its that time of year again, when we get to showcase our amazing students and the pieces they have relentlessly worked on all year. All are invited to attend the exhibition series: Listen to some meticulously molded soundscapes, absorb some detailed imagery, be drawn in to the passionate stroke of a pen (or charcoal or digital […]
Wintec journalism graduates were well represented in the 2015 Canon Media Awards. Don Rowe won ‘Student Journalist of the Year’ at Saturday’s Canon Awards, and classmate Donna-Lee Biddle was one of the two runners up. Harkanwal Singh won as part of the NZ Herald team in both ‘Best Innovation in Multimedia Storytelling’ and ‘Best Use of Interactive Graphics’. […]
Music graduate Dave Baxter, the brain behind the music of Avalanche City, has opened an international merchandise store on his website.
Graduate profile on photographer Naomi Johnston
Media Arts graduates are well-represented in the 2015 Canon Media Awards finalists again, with five featured in different categories.