'PUANGA KAI RAU' A COLLABORATIVE GROUP SHOW AT THE MĀORILAND HUB IN ŌTAKI ON TUESDAY 10TH JULY AT 5.30PM
Jul
10
to Jul 17

'PUANGA KAI RAU' A COLLABORATIVE GROUP SHOW AT THE MĀORILAND HUB IN ŌTAKI ON TUESDAY 10TH JULY AT 5.30PM

 'Puanga' by Taryn Beri. Click   here   for more details about this artwork or to buy yours.

'Puanga' by Taryn Beri. Click here for more details about this artwork or to buy yours.

We are pleased to be involved in an upcoming collaborative group art exhibition on TUESDAY 10TH JULY at 5.30PM hosted by The Māoriland Hub in Ōtaki (one hour out of Wellington City) featuring the work of several multi disciplinary cultural artists from or working within the A.R.T (Te Ātiawa, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Toa) Confederation of Tribes. 

THE MĀORILAND HUB IS LOCATED AT 68 MAIN STREET, ŌTAKI, KĀPITI COAST.

THE 'PUANGA KAI RAU' EXHIBITION FEATURES ART WORK BY:

Elaine Bevan (rāranga, weaving)
Jamie Berry (video art, digital art)
Navajo Hibbs (painting, drawing)
Lorna Tawhiti (tattooing, digital art, drawing)
Te Aomarama Wilson (rāranga, weaving)
Johnny Hauraki (whakairo, carving, tā moko)
Iriaka Epiha-Ferris (rāranga, weaving)
Sophia Parun (painting, drawing, textiles)
Debra Bustin (rāranga, weaving)
Maakarita Paku  (fashion, painting, drawing)
Pikihuia Haenga (video art)
Karangawai Marsh (rāranga, mixed media)
Hayley Galo (multimedia, painting, drawing)
Pip Devonshire (rāranga, weaving)

Kaia Hawkins (uku, clay, multimedia)
Leah Warbrick (rāranga, weaving)

Taryn Te Uira Beri (tā moko, painting, drawing, fashion, digital art)

With special LIVE PERFORMANCES by these artists at the special opening event in JULY:
Te Kiwa Karatea-Goddard (acoustic)
Maru Karatea-Goddard (acoustic)

Jerome Poutama Kavanagh (taonga pūoro traditional musical instruments)
Paranihia Solomon (acoustic soul)
Taryn Te Uira Beri (spoken word poetry)

MORE ARTISTS AND DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY!

This exhibition will run for ONE WEEK ONLY and also features several smaller cultural art events throughout the exhibition week including TWO panel discussions, special artist floor talks, special guest artists in residence at The Māoriland Hub, and artist demonstrations at The Māoriland Hub.

This unique exhibition and its programme of special events has been put together by Te Ihiroa Designs, The Māoriland Hub, Te Kahui a Matariki and Toi Tangata Māori Art Gallery.

More details about this exhibition and further featured artists will be coming soon!

TUESDAY 10TH JULY 2018 - TUESDAY 17TH JULY 2018. ONE WEEK ONLY!

 Detail of work by Maakarita Paku.

Detail of work by Maakarita Paku.

 Contributing artist  Lorna Tawhiti.

Contributing artist Lorna Tawhiti.

 Image still from 'Karanga' video installation by Pikihuia Haenga and Jamie Berry.

Image still from 'Karanga' video installation by Pikihuia Haenga and Jamie Berry.

 Detail of work by Hayley Galo.

Detail of work by Hayley Galo.

 Kukutauaki based artist,  Sophia Parun  in her studio.

Kukutauaki based artist, Sophia Parun in her studio.

 Close up of work by Te Aomarama Wilson.

Close up of work by Te Aomarama Wilson.

 Contributing video artist,  Pikihuia Haenga.

Contributing video artist, Pikihuia Haenga.

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'MĀORI MODERN' A GROUP EXHIBITION OF INDIGENOUS MAORI ARTISTS FROM AOTEAROA, NEW ZEALAND AT THE SOUND TEMPLE, PERTH HILLS, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, OPENING 3PM ON SATURDAY 6TH JANUARY 2018
Jan
6
to Feb 10

'MĀORI MODERN' A GROUP EXHIBITION OF INDIGENOUS MAORI ARTISTS FROM AOTEAROA, NEW ZEALAND AT THE SOUND TEMPLE, PERTH HILLS, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, OPENING 3PM ON SATURDAY 6TH JANUARY 2018

'MĀORI MODERN' showcasing the work of a group of indigenous Māori Artists from various tribes throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Honoring land, honoring Mother Earth, honoring people, nature, art and music.

FEATURING THE WORK OF:

Robyn Kahukiwa (Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngāti Porou)
Darryl DLT Thomson (Ngāti Kahungunu)
Miriama Grace-Smith (Ngāti Hau, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Porou)
Pikihuia Haenga (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Porou)
Komako Silver (Ngāti Pakahi)
Isobel Joy Te Aho White (Ngai Tahu)
Nerys Baker (Wales, Ngāti Kahungunu, Rangitāne)
Leon Hohepa (Ngai Tahu, Ngāti Whaoa, Ngapuhi)
Jerome Kavanagh (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Raukawa)
Taryn Beri (Ngāti Toa, Te Ātiawa, Ngāti Raukawa)

Join us at The Sound Temple, a beautiful venue nestled in the Perth Hills, Western Australia.

ART EXHIBITION OPENING EVENT
SATURDAY 6TH JANUARY 2018 AT 3PM - 6PM


Film installations by Pikihuia Haenga and Komako Silver
Live 'Oro Atua' taonga pūoro performance by Jerome Kavanagh
Live spoken word poetry by Taryn Beri

Original pantings + prints + small treasures + taonga.

TICKETS $15AUD - purchase at www.thesoundtemple.com.au includes refreshments, live music, poetry, film installation, art exhibition.

Following the special opening event, exhibition viewing will be open by appointment or at The Sound Temple Events until 10th February 2018.

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MĀORI MUSIC + ART SALON IN AMSTERDAM FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
May
30
7:00 PM19:00

MĀORI MUSIC + ART SALON IN AMSTERDAM FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY

 Tā moko Māori tattoo artist, curator, painter and writer,  Julie Paama-Pengally  at work. Specialist Māori art books by Julie will be available to purchase at the event.

Tā moko Māori tattoo artist, curator, painter and writer, Julie Paama-Pengally at work. Specialist Māori art books by Julie will be available to purchase at the event.

 Tā moko tattoo artist  Pip Hartley  giving an artist talk at a similar special event in Melbourne.

Tā moko tattoo artist Pip Hartley giving an artist talk at a similar special event in Melbourne.

 Poet, painter and tā moko tattoo artist,  Taryn Beri  of the Ngāti Toarangatira tribe.

Poet, painter and tā moko tattoo artist, Taryn Beri of the Ngāti Toarangatira tribe.

Join New Zealand Māori artists, musos + tattooers, Pip Hartley, Julie Paama-Pengelly, Taryn Beri, and Jerome Kavanagh for a special one off intimate evening of Māori Music + Art in Amsterdam.

Are you interested in finding out more about Māori Art + Culture? Would you like to hear the personal stories of four Māori artists? Would you like the opportunity to ask a group of cultural practitioners from Aotearoa, New Zealand, any question that you like? Would you like to hear what live spoken word poetry by a modern Māori artist can sound like? Would you like to hear what ancient Māori musical instruments (taonga puoro) fused with modern beats sounds like? Would you like to attend a special evening event of Māori art and culture in Amsterdam this May 2017?

TOI TANGATA MĀORI ART GALLERY IN ASSOCIATION WITH KARANGA INK BRINGS YOU:


A MĀORI MUSIC + ART SALON IN AMSTERDAM FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
TUESDAY 30TH MAY 2017
7PM - 10PM
Special event including wine and light refreshments.

VENUE: MANIFACTO
Commelinstraat 250A, 1093 VD Amsterdam.

WHAT YOU WILL GET:

Artist talks by four Māori artists about their cultural art practices and personal journeys within their art forms.

Time for Q+A with each artist.

Live musical performance by Jerome Kavanagh (grammy award winning featured solo artist) fusing ancient Māori musical instruments with modern sounds.

Live spoken word poetry performance by Taryn Beri.

Wine and light refreshments.

The opportunity to view and purchase from a small curated selection of Māori art spanning a range of different mediums by a diverse range of artists. Specialist Māori art books will also be available to purchase on the night.

 Be treated to an intimate live music performance by grammy award winning featured solo artist and taonga puoro (ancient Māori musical instrument) specialist,  Jerome Kavanagh .

Be treated to an intimate live music performance by grammy award winning featured solo artist and taonga puoro (ancient Māori musical instrument) specialist, Jerome Kavanagh.

 Tā moko Māori tattoo artist, curator, painter and writer,  Julie Paama-Pengelly  will be giving an artist talk at this one off special event. Julie is the owner of  Art Body Creative Studio  in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Tā moko Māori tattoo artist, curator, painter and writer, Julie Paama-Pengelly will be giving an artist talk at this one off special event. Julie is the owner of Art Body Creative Studio in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

 Tā moko tattoo artist and owner of  Karanga Ink , Pip Hartley will be giving an artist talk at this one off special and private event.

Tā moko tattoo artist and owner of Karanga Ink, Pip Hartley will be giving an artist talk at this one off special and private event.

 An example of moko work by  Taryn Beri .

An example of moko work by Taryn Beri.

 Signed second edition copies of this book will be available at the event.

Signed second edition copies of this book will be available at the event.

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THIS PRIVATE SPECIAL MĀORI ART + MUSIC + CULTURE EVENT IN AMSTERDAM.

 Māori Art and Design is a beautifuly illustrated study by Julie Paama-Pengelly on all aspects of Māori art, design, architecture, painting, carving and weaving. It was awarded the Art, Architecture and Design Award in the Nga Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards 2010. Julie is an expert on all aspects of Māori art and is a leading exponent of Tā Moko. You can purchase your signed copy of her book at the event.

Māori Art and Design is a beautifuly illustrated study by Julie Paama-Pengelly on all aspects of Māori art, design, architecture, painting, carving and weaving. It was awarded the Art, Architecture and Design Award in the Nga Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards 2010. Julie is an expert on all aspects of Māori art and is a leading exponent of Tā Moko. You can purchase your signed copy of her book at the event.

 A range of art prints by different Māori artists will be available at the event.

A range of art prints by different Māori artists will be available at the event.

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THIS PRIVATE SPECIAL MĀORI ART + MUSIC + CULTURE EVENT IN AMSTERDAM.

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