Media Arts Events
The school of Media Arts hosts a variety of events throughout the year. From Spark Festival in August to regular exhibition openings at our contemporary art gallery Ramp. We celebrate our graduates at the end of every year with our Graduate showcase event at Wintec's city campus. We often host workshops, presentations and seminars with industry speakers on campus. Music events like Piano and Eggs and Wintec Presents are ongoing and happen on a regular basis, however themes and performers change. We love connecting with our creative community and all of our events are open to the public.
Graduate Showcase Events
Every year we hold End-Of-Year Exhibitions that showcase the best work from our graduating students. We open this event to the public and invite you to join us to celebrate their success in viewing, listening, absorbing, and experiencing their works.
This event is a great chance for you to visit and gain an insight into the opportunities and outcomes that Media Arts Wintec provides.
Stay tuned for 2017 exhibition dates.
SPARK International Festival of Media, Arts and Design is a four-day event happening in August with speakers presenting on subject areas from contemporary art, design, writing, acting, photography, publishing, filmmaking and music, to panel discussions with established creative practitioners. Spark presentations are free to attend. See the Spark website for more details and dates.
Ramp is our contemporary public art gallery, situated at Media Arts Campus on Tristram Street. Ramp’s exhibition programme provides a space for critical thought and dialogue through a curated programme of exhibitions, essays, public programmes, workshops and online platforms. Openings and event details can be found on the Ramp gallery website.
Piano and Eggs
The School of Media Arts, Wintec is proud to present “PIANO & EGGS” - a series of breakfast concerts. The concerts take place between the Creative Waikato space and Miltons Canteen on Alexandra Street in Hamilton.
Wintec Presents is a series of monthly gigs held at Nivara Lounge, showcasing performances from current and alumni Media Arts musicians.