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Toi Māori Aotearoa Annual General Meeting 2014
Toi Maori Aotearoa Group and Toi Maori Limited Group Annual General Meetings 2014   We are happy to announce the three trustees appointed were:   ·         Waana Morrell-Davis – reelected......  View details »
 
Toi Māori Art Market Volunteers 2014
Volunteers are needed for this years Toi Maori Art Market. The event will run from the 13th - 16th of November at the TSB Arena in Wellington. We require enthusiastic and friendly people who are interested in being part of an iconic contemporary Maori art event. Volunteers......  View details »
 
PAO PAO PAO 2014
PAO PAO PAO 2014 new approach has been done in 3 steps: PAO Te Kune | the conception.   This is the nurturing process with our young emerging Māori Artists. In this process 8 young māori songwriters between the ages of 15-21 have been selected from......  View details »
 
Waka Celebrations for Waitangi 2014
Toi Māori Media Release Friday 31 January 2014 For Immediate Release Waka Celebrations for Waitangi 2014   After successfully hosting the Kōkiri Pūtahi Gathering by the Te Atinga (Contemporary Maori Visual Arts) Committee of Toi Māori and Te......  View details »
 
Uku Rere Nga Kaihanga Uku & Beyond
In July, UKU RERE exhibition was proudly presented by Pataka Art+Museum and now touring in partnership with Toi Māori, showing ceramics by the five principal members of Nga Kaihanga Uku.  This exhibition is currently touring throughout Aotearoa.   Participating......  View details »
 
Maori Arts Internship Programme | Host Organisations
Maori Arts Internship Programme 2014 "Developing future leaders within the Maori arts infrastructure"Toi Maori Aotearoa, with support from Creative New Zealand are pleased to running the Maori Arts Internship (MAI) Programme in 2014.The MAI Programme aims to develop future......  View details »
 
Maori Arts Internships | Applications Now Closed!
MĀORI ARTS INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME 2014 “Developing future leaders within Maori arts infrastructure” Toi Māori would like to thank each applicant and host organisation who applied to take part in our programme.   The programme aims to develop......  View details »
 
New Weavers Committee Members
  The Weavers National Hui took place last weekend, and was a resounding success. Nearly 200 weavers attended the Hui, which was held in Kawerau, Bay of Plenty.    The National Hui is held biennially to provide their members with an opportunity to network and......  View details »
 
Two traditional waka representatives join Northwest Coast Tribes of the USA and Canada to participate in the Annual Tribal Canoe Journeys
Left: Taituha Mamaku. Captaining Waka Teetee Kura Hinemoana (above). Leader;Mataatua Toroa Waka Taua.  Right: Anaru Irwin on Waikato River training for QueensDiamond Jubilee River Pageant, London 2012 Taituha Mamaku and Anaru Irwin have been selected as Leaders to......  View details »
 
Weaver to complete residency at Evergreen State and speak at the PAA Conference in Vancouver.
From left to right: Ruth Nicholas, Toni Sadlier & Christina Wirihana outside the Longhouse Education and Cultural Centre, Evergreen State College in August 2012. Christina Wirihana will travel to Washington State, USA in July to take part in a residency at Evergreen State......  View details »
 
Te Hono ki Aotearoa | Documentary
DVDS are now available!  Please contact Jan Bieringa - jan@bwx.co.nz ...  View details »
 
Te Hono Ki Aotearoa on the Thames
Te Hono Ki Aotearoa, the waka taua based in the Netherlands, will be on London's famous River Thames for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Toi Maori has put together a team fit for the job to go over to London. They have been prepping and practising for months. The team will......  View details »
 
Pacific Rim Exhibition, Oregan - Photo Compilation
  Colleen Urlich, Manos Nathan and Gabrielle Belz are in Oregon for the Pacific Rim exhibition.  This project is to maintain relationship with the Pacific Rim artists and to further develop relationships within Oregon, Portland.  Taking Maori Art to the......  View details »
 
Artist Residency - de Young Museum, San Francisco
      Artist Residency - de Young Museum, San Francisco   The de Young Museum in San Francisco has been delighted to host one of Aotearoa’s weavers, Glenda Hape, as a part of their Artist in Residency programme. The residency, Glenda Joyce Hape:......  View details »
 
Tatou tatou e 2
"Tatou tatou e 2" ‘Tātou tātou e’ is a collective of kaiwaiata from Aotearoa NZ and we’re back with Volume 2!  This time we infuse flavours of Reggae, World vibes, Urban beats and R&B as well as adding a dash of new kaiwaiata and......  View details »
 
New Cloak Book to be launched at the Weavers National Hui
  Treasured traditions on show in beautiful new book   A major new publication from Te Papa Press opens the storeroom doors of the Māori collections held in our national museum, home to the largest collection of kākahu in the......  View details »
 
Leiden Waka Shelter set for Ceremonial Opening on 11 August 2011
  After the highly successful waka taua paddle up the Thames River in London by Toi Maori, Njord Royal Rowing club and Ngati Ranana members and an epic Canoe Journey paddle to Swinomish territory in the Puget Sound USA by Toi Maori members, another exciting project is about......  View details »
 
Waka Taua on the Thames River for City of London Festival
  Toi Maoris’ waka taua Te Hono ki Aotearoa based at the Museum Volkenkunde in Leiden, Holland was paddled down the Thames River in London on July 2nd as a part of the City of London Festival with the support of the Ministry of Culture and......  View details »