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PERFORMING ARTS (MANAGEMENT)
Toi Whakaari’s Bachelor of Performing Arts (Management) programme provides students with a solid foundation for careers in performing arts and events management. Graduates of this course are working in industry in NZ and internationally at festivals, at venues, with production companies and across genres in performing arts and events.
Find out where our graduates are working HERE
Applications for entry in 2015 have now closed.
Toi Whakaari management graduates are collaborative leaders who bring a practical and experiential knowledge of realisation within a goal focused multi discipline performing arts environment. The three-year Bachelor of Performing Arts (Management) was instituted in 2004 and is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
During the programme of study, students have a unique opportunity to have autonomous ownership of areas of realisation and are responsible for budgets; schedules; and crew within a range of areas. They gain technical knowledge alongside the specialist technical students. Our students also gain skills in collaboration and perspective through working and studying closely with other Toi Whakaari students in acting, directing, costume construction and design.
Click HERE to find out about some of our graduates.
As a student you will learn from a big range of guest tutors from many industry sectors and exposes you to a range of genres and styles of leadership.
Through independent practice, internships, electives and production practice you hone your areas of learning and experience into different management areas including: Production Management; Stage Management; Technical Management; Film and Screen Coordination; Event & Project Management; Marketing, Sponsorship and Producing.
For more information:
- Download a copy of the management pages from our prospectus HERE
- Link to the three year flow of study HERE
- Consider coming to open week / short courses HERE
- For more information about which is the right course for you, contact department staff member Creative Producer and Director Louise Tu’u
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