Kāwai Raupapa (Rauangi)

Certificate in Art (Maori)

  • Level 3
  • 18 weeks
  • No fees

Programme overview:

Start your visual arts (rauangi) journey at a safe and easy beginner’s level with Kāwai Raupapa. With the help of our experienced and knowledgeable kaiako, you may use this programme to:

  • undertake a community or marae project
  • kick-start your tertiary studies
  • develop a portfolio of work for entry into higher-level arts programmes
  • start a process of personal exploration and development

You'll learn about:

  • exploring story through myths, legends, whakataukī, and waiata
  • basic research and fact-finding skills for artists
  • identity and whakapapa
  • hands on processes for making art

You'll know how to:

  • try new experiences and take part in cultural activities
  • begin to explore ideas through making art
  • begin to recognise and respect the cultural aspects of making indigenous art
  • begin to explore your own whakapapa.

Where will this take me?

I want to keep studying​​

You may be eligible to enrol in a Level 4 Toi programme.​

I want to use my qualification​

You can continue to develop your skills in this kaupapa by contributing to your whānau, community or marae.​

How you'll study:

This programme uses a mixed-mode delivery method that includes:

  • face-to-face learning
  • group work
  • tutorials
  • self-directed and/or directed study
  • noho

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