Art Courses & Programmes
See different? Think diﬀerent?
You have an imagination that is uniquely yours, a lens through which to see the world, interpret the world, and in turn, help shape the world. At Whitecliﬀe, we nurture that imagination. And we equip you with the skills, techniques and methods to make it a reality.
Studying at Whitecliﬀe will help you become a talented thinker and maker and enables you to make a difference in the industries you choose to work in.
MFA Exhibition: Te kete rokiroki
Master of Fine Arts student Hōhua Thompson will be showcasing his exhibition Te kete rokiroki at the Blue Oyster Art Project Space in Dunedin from the 29 January 2020 - 29 February 2020
Graduate Exhibition: While You Were Away
Whitecliffe Master of Fine Arts graduate Helen Dowling, along with Priscilla Kinnaird present a series of paintings that explore the existence of distraction within everyday life.
Tongan artist challenges social fabric of society
Budding Tongan artist Hulita Koloi, who has been awarded first in class at Whitecliffe, says her practice always functions within the parameters of the four Tongan pillars - Faka’apa’apa (respect), Anga fakatokilalo (humility), Tauhi vaha’a (kinship) and Mamahi’i me’a (loyalty).
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