Te Wānanga Whakairo Rākau o Aotearoa | The National Wood Carving School ('Te Wānanga Whakairo’) located in Rotorua teaches students – selected from various tribes throughout New Zealand – the time-honoured techniques of wood carving.
Te Rito | The National Weaving School, located in Rotorua, teaches the art and skills required to master a number of different traditional weaving and natural fibre-related techniques.
Te Tapuwae o te Waka | The National Canoe School ('Te Wānanga-a-Kupe’) located in Doubtless Bay, Northland, educates and trains students in the art of waka building.
Te Takapū-o-Rotowhio | The National Stone and Bone Carving School ('Te Takapū’), located in Rotorua, teaches the art of carving stone, bone and the revered tradition of carving pounamu (greenstone).
Te Ahi Kōmau is a workshop for casting, located in Rotorua, which extends the skills and knowledge of NZMACI students turning traditional carvings into cast bronze artworks, and other mediums, using long-established casting processes.