The college fosters research, hands-on practice and scholarship across fine arts, design, music and media production.
Our staff and students believe in the power of creativity to drive positive change. We are committed to growing Māori and Pacific arts and artists and supporting indigenous creative practice.
From design to fine arts, screen arts to music and Māori visual arts, the College of Creative Arts offers a rich variety of learning options.
Meet the College of Creative Arts researchers and find out about our research themes and strengths, projects and news.
Find out about the people, schools and facilities in the College of Creative Arts.
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Who we are
Our staff are diverse, collaborative, caring and celebrated. Meet leaders in the College of Creative Arts.
Professor Margaret Maile Petty
Professor Ngatai Taepa
Professor Huhana Smith
Professor Andre Ktori
Professor Brian Lucid
Professor Heather Galbraith
Associate Professor Faith Kane
Associate Professor Oli Wilson
Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Massey
The College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwhārangi is Tiriti-led, upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles through our practice.
Our on-site marae, Te Rau Karamu, positions kaupapa, tikanga and mātauranga Māori at the heart of our central Wellington campus.
College of Creative Arts news
To celebrate World Wildlife Conservation Day, we wanted to share the mahi a member of our Massey whānau has done to encourage the younger generation to get interested in conservation and our lesser-known endangered wildlife.
An operational hijab designed by two Massey lecturers has been awarded the Tahunui-a-Rangi award by the Royal Society Te Apārangi.
The place of woolsheds in the social and economic history of Aotearoa New Zealand is the subject of a book that hopes to capture this rich history before the sheds disappear.
A new generation of artists, designers and other creatives’ work will be on show at Massey’s annual Exposure Te Kanohi Kitea exhibition in Wellington from 12-25 November.