Pilot residency an opportunity for Māori to explore Hawaiian connections
Application due date
19 July 2019
2-18 September 2019 (excluding travel time).
Enquiries about applying for the residency:
Joy Aroha Vercoe
Adviser - International Initiatives & Indigenous Exchange
Senior Communications Adviser (Māori) | Kaiārahi Whakawhitiwhiti Kōrero (Māori)
Mob: 027 257 6821 | DDI: +64 4 473 9738 |
Please check out the link below for more information
Toihoukura School of Māori Visual Art & Design Exhibition
Check out the Facebook event page here: Rukutō
Te Manawa o Te Whaariki
The National Weavers Members Exhibition
Nau mai, haere mai!
Te Roopu Raranga Whatu o Aotearoa, The National Weavers of New Zealand
along with hosts Ngaa Hua o te Rito and Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato
Please RSVP to email@example.com
by 1 July
Friday 5 July 5:30pm
Waikato Museum, 1 Grantham St, Hamilton
The exhibition runs from
6 July until 1 September 2019
ATAMIRA DANCE COMPANY ON TOUR WITH ONEPŪ
BOOK NOW FOR FIRST TOUR DATES * MORE TO COME!
Atmospheric lighting by Vanda Karolczak, unique costumes by Rona Ngahuia Osborne, and skilled video design by Louise Potiki Bryant paint a sophisticated visual landscape. Within a black sand circle, the six transcendent performers dance to an original musical score composed by Paddy Free and Ariana Tikao, combining electronic music with the haunting sounds of taonga pūoro.
Ngā Manu Pīrere Awards
This annual award is for young Māori artists who are post-secondary school level and under 25 years of age. It recognizes achievement for those at an early stage of their career in the arts.
Amount: $5,000 each (two awards)
Closing dates: 28 Jun 2019
Please apply here Creative New Zealand website (instructions below)
Applicants need to go to creativenz.govt.nz. Click on Find Funding on the left screen and scroll down to Ngā Manu Pīrere and click. Go to point 3 how to make an application and click and if you have not registered before follow the directions. Once you have registered you need to open the application form and answer the following questions there.
You should at least provide 3 pages and at least add images of your mahi and letters of support
MĀORI MUSIC MENTORING PROGRAMME Pao Pao Pao is seeking Expressions of Interest from Emerging Māori Artists
MĀORI MUSIC MENTORING PROGRAMME Pao Pao Pao is seeking Expressions of Interest from Emerging Māori Artists.
Pao Pao Pao - is a kaupapa driven platform that links emerging and established Māori musicians. This initiative will nurture and develop musicianship and capability in young Māori pursuing music by using the Teina-Tuakana (junior-senior) structure, as envisioned by the late Dr. Hirini Melbourne.
Since 2012, every year a small group of Rangatahi are selected from around the country, to participate in this program and collaborate with some of the finest established Māori Artists, which have included; Tiki Tane, Warren Maxwell, Tama Waipara, Maisey Rika, Seth Haapu, Rob Ruha, Anika Moa, Anna Coddington, Horomona Horo, Laughton & Fran Kora.
This programme was formed in response to the growing presence of our Māori emerging artists on a commercial platform, both live performance and in Māori media.
Recent successes have seen one of its emerging artist Te Karehana Gardiner-Toi (Teeks) who is now making a huge impression on the Kiwi music scene.
Our mission is to create pathways for Māori musicians and to highlight excellence in Māori musicianship with three key stages.
PAO 1: Te Kune - the conception
PAO 2: Te Whiwhia - the expansion or development
PAO 3: Te Rawea - the execution or success
These three stages form the basis of Pao Pao Pao events with the aim to develop Māori musicians through mentorship and support.
PAO1: Te Kune
This is the nurturing process with our young emerging Māori Artists.
During the wānanga, the artists will have various workshops including song writing, stage performance, vocal training, music composition and music industry training . Invited guests will come and talk about the music industry.
PAO 2: Te Whiwhia
This is the development stage of Pao Pao Pao where they will meet up with the mentors for short sessions to develop their songs, in preparation for the showcase.
PAO 3: Te Rawea
A showcase concert will be held for whanau and the community.
Please note: we will be accepting no more than 15 participants to allow them the time needed with mentors.
Applications Close 5th July and notified on the 8th July
Please click on the link below for more information & to register your interest!
Pao Pao Pao Registration Form
Toi Māori Aotearoa has partnered with Circuit NZ to support artist and curator, Bridget Reweti, to produce interviews with Māori artists who work with moving image.
Robert Jahnke is the subject of the first interview and returns to his early career and training in video animation: http://www.circuit.org.nz/blog/uiuinga-an-interview-with-robert-jahnke
This series complements the exhibition, ‘Māori Moving Image: An Open Archive’ curated by Bridget Reweti and Melanie Oliver at The Dowse until 21 July 2019 http://www.dowse.org.nz/exhibitions/detail/maori-moving-image-an-open-archive
Learn more about the inspiration for ‘Te Uiunga’
Cliff Whiting, ‘Te Wehenga o Rangi Raua Ko Papa’ (1969-76)
1992 Interview with Cliff Whiting
The Toi Māori Aotearoa Group Annual General Meeting is taking place Saturday 18th of May 2019 commencing at 10.00am in the Matiu Room at Whare Waka Function Centre. If you would like to attend the AGM, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by this Friday the 10th of May by 5pm.
To see the full timetable for the day please download the attached file.
Toi Māori Art Market 2019
Wellington waterfront from Westpac Stadium to Te Papa will play host to the largest gatherings of Māori performing, visual and language arts over the week-end 22nd – 24th February 2019.
Te Wharewaka o Poneke beside the Lagoon sits centre stage and hosts Toi Māori Art Market a showcase of the visual arts. Displayed over two floors of the iconic Event Centre, visitors will be able to see the art and meet the artists.
Friday 10:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm.
The Toi Māori Art Market will also feature a programme of panel discussions, interviews, performances and presentations. Invited international, national and local guest speakers will share their art and practices as well as give their thoughts on a range of interesting topics relating to the past, present and future of Contemporary Māori Art.
The Toi Māori Art Market is also the prime opportunity to purchase works from New Zealand’s best emerging and established Māori artists.
This whanau friendly event is the largest gathering of contemporary Māori Art in the country and is sure to inspire.
Entry by Gold Coin Donation.
If you would like any information please contact Tayi at email@example.com
Contact: Tayi Tibble
Phone: +64 4 801 7914