The latest news from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • Mataora

    Mataora—Encounters between medicine and the Arts

    What insights can humanities and the performing arts bring to health and wellbeing? Victoria University of Wellington, in association with Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Te Papa), is holding a unique, one-day event to explore these connections, Mataora—Encounters between medicine and the Arts.

  • Emma Rayner

    English MA graduate to study PhD in Switzerland

    Master of Arts in English graduate and research assistant Emma Rayner has been awarded a prestigious Swiss National Science Foundation studentship to complete a four-year PhD at the University of Fribourg.

  • Promotional poster for Tahi. Text reads Tahi: New Zealand Festival of Solo Performances, Performances, workshops, forum.

    TAHI Festival: A spotlight on solo performance

    This August, Wellington will host the inaugural TAHI festival. Directed by Victoria University of Wellington theatre tutor and alumna Dr Sally Richards, this five-day festival is dedicated to solo performance and features 17 performances from established and emerging artists, including students from Victoria University of Wellington.