Learn the finer arts of film-making, game design, visual effects, audio post-production and multimedia design with teaching direct from the experts.

A collaboration between Victoria University of Wellington and Miramar Creative Ltd and sitting amongst the Weta group buildings on Park Road, Miramar, the Miramar Creative Centre offers unrivalled access to work experience and professional connections with New Zealand’s world-leading film, animation, and game design industries.

Craft your personal vision in purpose-designed studio spaces, recording and editing suites, computer labs and a workshop. With the Centre's state-of-the-art technology, you will explore the boundaries of digital creativity.

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Study options

The Centre is home to two specialty programmes—the Master of Design Technology and the Film and Music streams of the Master of Fine Arts (Creative Practice).

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Explore future media

See how students are using the Miramar Creative Centre’s state-of-the-art facilities to realise the potential of their imagination.

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Learn from the experts

Be taught by some of New Zealand’s most sought-after creative practitioners, as well as learning direct from industry specialists.

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Make industry connections

Gain unprecedented insights into the inner workings of the creative industries and interact with world-leading professionals.

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  • A man leans down to a table with round black indistinguishable obects lined up. The photo is in black and white.

    Fine Arts (Creative Practice) projects turn studio album

    Master of Fine Arts (Creative Practice)—Music/Sound (MFA(CP)) graduate Jack Woodbury’s debut electro-acoustic album, inst. 19–20, featuring a suite of eight pieces composed by Jack during his studies, has been released by Rattle Records.

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    Community collaboration at the heart of MFA(CP) student’s film

    International student Valeriya Golovina made some enduring connections with Wellington’s Tokelauan community while studying a Master of Fine Arts (Creative Practice) at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington’s Miramar Creative Centre. Her final creative project was a documentary film focused on the story of Tokelauan woman Meli Alefosio and her family’s move to New Zealand in 1976.

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Spaces for hire

Enquire about hiring the studios and other facilities at the Miramar Creative Centre.

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