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 Wānanga-a-Kupe Mai Tawhiti | 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).
The Foundry 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.