This means that you will now graduate with a Te Pūkenga qualification. Read more
Locations and dates
16 October 2024
Wednesdays: 5.30-8.15pm, Room G301
To improve skills and extend drawing techniques using a variety of wet and dry media.
Use extensive drawing approaches and materials to describe many subjects, including the human form.
Use a wide range of expressive and observational drawing approaches to communicate visually, including the use of colour and wet media.
Identify and use formal elements to improve composition and convey ideas.
Identify strengths in own and others’ drawings.
Learn to identify and find solutions in unresolved areas in own drawings.
Note: There is a maximum of 16 places available on this arts course.
To be eligible to enrol on this course, you must be:
a New Zealand citizen or resident
16 years of age or over
not a full-time secondary school student
However, if you are a full-time secondary school student, NMIT is able to enrol you if you meet all of the following:
are 16 years of age and over, and
attend this course outside of normal school hours, and
have obtained approval from the relevant school principal, and
have obtained approval from the TEC to enrol in an ACE Course - please allow NMIT at least 14 working days before course start date to obtain approval from TEC. If approval is not gained before the course start date, you will be shifted to the next available intake.