Read through news relating to the Miramar Creative Centre.

  • Command Line Heroes

    Listen: Raqi Syed interviewed for Command Line Heroes

    Raqi Syed, programme director for the Master of Design Technology at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington's Miramar Creative Centre, was interviewed on the podcast Command Line Heroes on the history of computer graphics and special effects.

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    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.