Te Auaha works with industry partners across our seven genre of study giving our students the opportunity to learn while working on real-world projects with some of New Zealand’s brightest minds.
This includes our ambassadors:
Barnaby Weir – award winning musician best known as lead vocalist for the Black Seeds and band leader for Fly My Pretties
Dame Fiona Kidman – legendary New Zealand creative writer, novelist, poet and scriptwriter
Dame Suzie Moncrieff – founder of World of Wearable Arts
Gino Acevedo – Creative Art Director at Weta Digital Workshops
Malia Johnston – renown dancer and choreographer, and creative director at Rifleman Productions
Scott Houston – founder of Green Button Creative Technology, and former head of technical team for Weta.