Despite falling short of success in secondary school, Caitlynn Wendt is close to completing a Bachelor of Media Arts (Communication) degree – and she has no intention of stopping there. A published poet and PR major, Caitlynn plans to take on a post-graduate honours programme in 2018, marking her fifth consecutive year as a Wintec student. When asked […]
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 […]
Wintec Media Arts communication students created the brand concept for Kaivolution
Find work that involves what you most like doing, says Media Arts graduate Hazel Squair. As a Communications Manager at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week and other premier events, she’s following her own advice to the letter.
Everything from Buddha to Bowie to bicycles featured at the Poetry Slam at the Lido on the evening of Monday 25 April 2011.
2010 Graduate Diploma student Pallak Manan shows that if you put in the effort, you will come out on top. We speak to her as she tells us the importance Wintec played in her transition to the New Zealand media industry, and her new exciting new role within Tarankai Arts Festival Trust.
Bianca Angel is 21 years old and graduated with a Bachelor of Media Arts degree, majoring in Communication, in March this year. We asked her a few questions about her study and the experience of organising successful music festival ‘Shiverdown’.