Gaming fanatics descended upon Yoobee Wellington earlier this month for the 2017 Global Game Jam, the largest game creation event on the planet.
Three students from The Learning Connexion have worked together, juggling study commitments and dodgy weather, to document and produce a five minute video for the Hutt City Council that celebrates Avalon Park’s $3.7m upgrade.
Kay Tasma, a Year 2 Graphic Design student at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, was recently presented with the Jann Medlicott Creative Arts Award in Tauranga.
A $2000 scholarship from catering and hospitality giant Southern Hospitality has been a great start to the New Year for Otara mum Rose Peihopa.
Media Design School passionately believes in benchmarking its ideas against the best in the world, and has always encouraged its student teams to enter their ideas into international awards.
Mr. José Gerardo Traslosheros Hernández, Ambassador of Mexico to New Zealand, gave a formal lecture at IPU New Zealand. The lecture was given during a seminar held by New Zealand Institute of International Affairs (NZIIA) Palmerston North branch.
A group of design-mad Tauranga teens are breathing new life into local charities.
Over the past few months Youth Guarantee students on ACG Yoobee’s Vocational Pathways programme have created a slick new logo for Hearing Support Bay of Plenty and an uber-cool t-shirt design for Hillary Outdoors Education Centres. Now Yoobee Tauranga tutors are on the hunt for more opportunities to hone students’ design skills and help out the local community.
The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) has given NZMA its highest seal of approval, reinforcing the provider’s reputation as one of New Zealand’s top-ranked training establishments.
Whitecliffe is proud to announce the approval of a new three-year BFA degree and a one-year BFA (Honours). Starting in 2017, all students enrolling to begin their studies at Whitecliffe in Fine Arts, Photo Media, Fashion Design or Graphic Design within the Bachelor of Fine Arts will be enrolled in a three-year programme. A four-year journey will see successful students graduating with a postgraduate Honours degree in 2020 and beyond.
Palmerston North's first Tertiary Knock Out competition was held recently in The Square with UCOL, Massey, Te Wananga o Aotearoa and IPU New Zealand all participating. About 50 people attended the event, which resulted in a tie for first between Massey and IPU New Zealand.