Location and maps
The Faculty of Arts is spread across five main buildings, organised around our four schools.
Arts Students' Centre and study and social space
The Arts Students' Centre is located in Mona Building, 16 Symonds Street.
Te Puna Reo / Cultures, Languages and Linguistics Building
Building 207, Symonds Street
Home of the School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics, Building 207 (formerly Arts 2) is the base for the following subjects:
- Asian Studies | Level 4
- Applied Language Studies and Linguistics | Levels 2 and 3
- European Languages and Literatures | Levels 4 and 5
- Global Studies | Level 4
- Communication | Level 4
Fale Pasifika and Waipapa Marae
The Fale Pasifika and Waipapa Marae complexes are home to Te Wānanga o Waipapa, the School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies.
Te Puna Aronui / Humanities Building
Building 206, Symonds Street
Home of the School of Humanities, Building 206 (formerly Arts 1) is the base for the following subjects:
- Art History | Level 7
- Classical Studies and Ancient History | Level 8
- English | Level 6
- History | Level 7
- Philosophy | Level 4
- Theological and Religious Studies | Level 4
Te Puna Mārama / Social Sciences Building
Building 435, 58 Symonds Street
Home of the School of Social Sciences, the Arts Students' Centre and the Arts study and social space, Building 201 (formerly HSB) is the base for the following subjects:
Home of the School of Social Sciences, the Media Screen and Communicaitons faciliites (macintosh lab, Studio, Digitla media Lab, Edit suites) a base for the following subjects:
- Development Studies
- Politics and International Relations
- Media, Film & Television
- Screen Production
Building 529, 2-5 Park Avenue
Home of the Anthropology labs and Archaeology and Biological Anthropology offices.