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From traditional arts to contemporary, Ōtautahi has a rich tapestry of Ngā Toi Māori practitioners in a diverse range of artistic disciplines.
Te Toi Ataata
Whare Tapere
Te Mahi Toi
Whakaari Puoro
Mātātuhi
Whakairo
Te Toi Ataata
Tīrama Mai ~ Bringing the Light
Celebrating Tīrama Mai in Ōtautahi for 2022
Māui Studios
Māui is a production studio capable across creative disciplines, sustainable business practice serving global partners with digital outcomes grounded in mātauranga Māori
Āe rā, i mātātoa ia – Kiri Jarden
Artwork of the Week - Āe rā, i mātātoa ia by Kiri Jarden
Paemanu Ngāi Tahu Contemporary Visual Arts
Paemanu Ngāi Tahu Contemporary Visual Arts is dedicated to advancing Ngāi Tahu visual culture through creative and innovative artistic expression.
Megan Tamati Quennell – Curating Ngā Toi Māori
Te Papa Curator of Modern and Contemporary Māori and Indigenous Art, Megan Tamati Quennell talks to Zara Potts about the importance, and uniqueness, of Nga Toi Māori.
Te Ara Ātea
Artwork in Te Ara Ātea comprises a range of temporary installations, projections and works.
Making Waves, Paemanu: Tauraka Toi
When Ngāi Tahu artists landed at Dunedin Public Art Gallery in December 2021 with their exhibition, Paemanu: Tauraka Toi, they also launched an artwork collection...
Whare Tapere
Te Mahi Toi
Paemanu Ngāi Tahu Contemporary Visual Arts
Paemanu Ngāi Tahu Contemporary Visual Arts is dedicated to advancing Ngāi Tahu visual culture through creative and innovative artistic expression.
Whakaari Puoro
NZ On Screen Spotlight – Anika Moa
NZ On Screen's Spotlight on Anika Moa
NZ On Screen Spotlight On… Tiki Taane
NZ On Screen Spotlight On... Tiki Taane
Mātātuhi
Vale, Keri Hulme
Zara Potts with a personal reflection on the late, great Keri Hulme
Matariki is Not a Pak’n’Save Special – Juanita Hepi
Juanita Hepi 'Matariki is Not a Pak 'n' Save Special
Whakairo
Carving Future Pathways – Damian Mackie
Ta Moko practitioner and carver, Damian Mackie, teaches rangatahi the art of whakairo at the Whakaraupō Carving Centre in Lyttelton.
Sustainability in the Arts Sector – But What Does it Really Mean?
How can the arts sector become more environmentally friendly? And what does it mean for makers? Three local artists talk about what sustainability means to them...
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