What Do Ceramics Want? | Ramp Gallery
Introducing Ramp Gallery's next exhibition, What Do Ceramics Want?; a unique viewing which seeks to explore the different contemporary approaches to ceramic production in Aotearoa.
Graphic design, illustration, sculpture, painting, photography, moving image, spatial design: Wintec gives students the skills and knowledge to turn their passion into a career.
Students will learn how to problem-solve and tell stories through a variety of mediums.
A career in graphic/digital design involves bringing ideas, stories and concepts to life through engaging visual interpretation.
Graphic/digital designers create everything from websites and computer-game graphics to motion graphics and animation and may work in a variety of industries, including entertainment, education, and advertising.
Fine art graduates interpret culture and the world in a critical way, communicating their ideas with imagination and skill.
Career options are wide: A professional artist will develop, refine and create work, submit grant and residency proposals, and reach buyers through exhibitions in galleries or their own promotion. Curators choose and coordinate work for art exhibitions, while gallery managers develop programmes and work with artists. An arts administrator might assist with project and event management, working on promotion and scheduling. Some fine artists complete postgraduate study and move into education roles as art teachers and lecturers.
Spatial design offers an ever-changing industry of new trends, ideas, projects and clients. Designers need a practical solution-focused working style and skills in project management.
Please check the entry criteria for each programme to see which course is the best level for you to begin with. The entry criteria information can be found on each of the programme pages here online. You can also contact us directly to discuss the appropriate level for you at email@example.com.
At the School of Media Arts we provide innovative, interdisciplinary education that prepares students for a future in the creative industries.
If you're interested in graphic design, communication, moving image, digital media, painting, sculpture, photography, animation, spatial design, design, journalism, public relations, songwriting, or commercial music, Media Arts' programmes of study are a great place to begin your career.
Experienced staff and industry standard facilities help you develop a unique range of skills and the ability to apply them in the professional world. There are always challenges for students entering a rapidly changing work environment. Innovation, expertise, team work and an awareness of contemporary communication strategies are highly valued. We are very conscious of the preparations necessary and believe that we provide a unique learning environment that encourages students to work collaboratively while developing a strong individual practice in a chosen field. We strive to provide students with the right mix of technical problem-solving and interpersonal skills, all informed by an awareness of professional expectations.
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