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You should consider learning as an investment

Academy of Audio-Visual Arts (AVARTS), a learning hub in 3D Imaging, Animation and Special Effects, has been created by professionals in Film-making, 3D Animation and Visual Effects. This unique school in Mauritius proposes newly developed arts-based curriculums that are designed to help learners understand and use applications.


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Industry ready professional

AVARTS focuses on skills development. The curriculums are tailored for the industry needs, emphasizing on artistic, technical as well as theoritical learning.   Our challenge is that all our passing out students must be a ready-made professional.  Set up for Success.


Audio-visual art making

Our students learn the fundamentals of visual literacy, and develop skills in artistic expressions for films.


Film History

Students get the opportunity to understand the history of cinema, and its different eras. Film viewing sessions with discussions and analysis help students to understand  film language, shot compisitions as well as editing tips.


For Artists by Artists.

AVARTS' core teaching staff is composed of experienced professionals of the audio-visual and animation industry who have been active for the past 20 years. 

A blend of experienced and young professionals that are highly qualified academically and having strong industry experience, accompanies students in their development for creative and technical knowledge and skills  to become professionals in the design, film and animation industries. 

Congratulations to the 15 students from :

  •  Royal College Curepipe (Rajiv Keshav Balloo, Girish Ramloul and Akhilesh Sihou)
  •  Sodnac SSS ( Tasneem Bissessur, Ashma Gobindram and Zafirah Mulbocus)
  •  Droopnath Ramphul SSS (Kureisha Bibi Bayragee, Stachys Jule Malgache, and Aisha Mansoor)
  •  Hindu Girls College (Novishta Nothoo, Kusum Deewoo and Vijayalakshmee Ramdin)
  •  Mayflower College (Kesita Maurachea, Meethravada Devi Sookun, Pooja Nishta Pardasee)

who have won a 3D animation course from Avarts Academy. These lucky winners will also have the opportunity to participate in the production of 5 video clips on Road Safety as part of the Cite Zen Road Safety campaign.

Film-Making programme

Film-Making programme

This unique film-making course in Mauritius will run for 15 months full-time or 24 months part-time. You will learn basic art-making skills, script writing, storyboarding, designing, character modeling, rigging, texturing, lighting and animation. Students also learn editing and post-production skills.


Students Work

Speed Kills Clip

First Character Animation by AVARTS team, after only 6 months of training. 

Student Work :: Speed Kills.