1. Remembrance, Resistance, Resurgence: the global rise of contemporary indigenous art

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    Professor Jonathan Mane-Wheoki gives the 2013 New Zealand Aronui Lecture on the global rise of contemporary indigenous art for the Royal Society of New Zealand.

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    • Kete Aronui, 2007.

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      Kete Aronui is a documentary series that features leading contemporary Māori artists. Screening on Māori Television, produced by KIWA Media, and funded through Te Māngai Pāho, its title translates as "basket of knowledge." Each episode provides a portrait: surveying the lives and practices of the artists, often with a focus on how they interact with their whanāu and community. The series surveys artists working in a diverse range of mediums, including dance, photography, theatre, film, poetry, music, tā moko, weaving, and sculpture. Ka whakaatu mai te hotaka toi KETE ARONUI i nga kaimahi toi huri noa i Aotearoa mai i nga momo toi katoa. Mai i te puoro, nga kaiwhakairo, kaiwhakaari, kaipeita, kaihanga kiriata, whare tapere me te papaho rau, kai te ngakau a KETE ARONUI o nga mahi toi taketake. Credits: Series 5, Episode 27. Director: Chelsea Winstanley Producer: Rhonda Kite for Kiwa Media, 2007.

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      • Building Māori audiences, for them, for us, for you, for everyone - Emere Wano

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        Keynote presentation Drawing on her extensive knowledge of the sector and experience in events such as Te Matatini, WOMAD, Taranaki International Festival of the Arts and the Rugby World Cup's Waka Māori, Emere Wano, Director of Tihi Ltd., will share insights into building audience capital in the Māori arts world. The latest research from New Zealanders and the Arts and the Audience Atlas New Zealand Report 2011 shows that there is a huge pakeha audience for Māori culture, as well as a growing Māori audience for all artforms. New Zealanders are increasingly embracing Māori arts and culture as part of their identity. This keynote will explore the values systems of Māori communities and how this affects audience behavior and the ways in which we connect, build long-lasting equity, and grow diversity.

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        • Sofia Minson and Peap on CANVASSING THE TREATY Waitangi Art Documentary

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          In this 15 minute cut down version of the documentary 'Canvassing The Treaty' we get a closer look at the cross-cultural collaboration between two New Zealand artists Sofia Minson and Samapeap Tarr. Sofia is of Maori and European descent and Peap is of Cambodian and New Zealand descent. Together they create a 2m x 2m artwork called 'Te Pou Tuatahi' based on their ideas about the Treaty of Waitangi. 'Canvassing The Treaty' copyright 2010 Tumanako Productions. This shortened version was edited by Sofia Minson. Visit Sofia's New Zealand Artwork Website: http://www.newzealandartwork.com

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          • Canvassing The Treaty (Part 1 of 6)

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            The 1 1/2 hour feature 'Canvassing The Treaty' is a thought provoking art and social experiment. It follows six New Zealand artists, three Maori and three non-Maori, as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks. In Part 1 of 6 the artists attend a treaty education workshop at Pakiri, north of Auckland, guided by Moana Jackson and Ingrid Hughens. Ngapuhi kaumatua Kingi Taurua begins by saying "the treaty needs to be talked about again." We're introduced to the artists Mike Davison, Samapeap Tarr, Sofia Minson, Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Dagmar Dyck and Chris Bryant, and learn about their diverse Maori, European and Asian heritage. Canvassing The Treaty copyright Tumanako Productions. Visit Sofia Minson's New Zealand Artwork Website: http://www.newzealandartwork.com

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            • Canvassing The Treaty (Part 2 of 6)

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              Part 2 of 6 of the doco 'Canvassing The Treaty' - a thought provoking art and social experiment. It follows six New Zealand artists, three Maori and three non-Maori, as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks. The Artists: Mike Davison, Samapeap Tarr, Sofia Minson, Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Dagmar Dyck and Chris Bryant The Treaty Educators: Moana Jackson and Ingrid Hughens Ngapuhi Elder: Kingi Taurua Canvassing The Treaty copyright Tumanako Productions. Visit Sofia Minson's New Zealand Artwork Website: http://www.newzealandartwork.com

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              • Canvassing The Treaty (Part 3 of 6)

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                Part 3 of 6 of the documentary 'Canvassing The Treaty' - a thought provoking art and social experiment. It follows six New Zealand artists, three Maori and three non-Maori, as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks. The Artists: Mike Davison, Samapeap Tarr, Sofia Minson, Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Dagmar Dyck and Chris Bryant The Treaty Educators: Moana Jackson and Ingrid Hughens Ngapuhi Elder: Kingi Taurua Canvassing The Treaty copyright Tumanako Productions. Visit Sofia Minson's New Zealand Artwork Website: newzealandartwork.com

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                • Matthew McIntyre Wilson - Wellington based jeweller & weaver

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                  Tia and I travelled to Wellington in July to spent an afternoon with Matthew in his home studio, talking about his amazing jewellery, weaving, inspirations and his current work, his second korowai - cloak. This was a part of Te Papa museums live workshops and exhibition, Kahu Ora - Living Cloaks, where Matthew was in residence weaving a cloak from copper wire, awesome! Rob

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                  • The Legend of Mataora & Niwareka

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                    An animation I created as part of a University project. It is an adaptation of an ancient Maori Narrative about the Legend of Mataora and Niwareka, who were responsible for bringing the art of Ta moko and Taniko to the world.

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                    • Bloodlines

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                      This is a piece for Te Karere in Te reo maori. It covers an exhibition opening and blessing of works by Maori artists predominantly from the East coast region - "Seventeen contemporary Maori artists from throughout Aotearoa have come to Wellington to open Bloodlines, a multi-media exhibition during Matariki, the Maori New Year, with the theme of “keeping our bloodlines strong.” " from http://www.tairawhitiarts.net/?p=195 Reporter: Kingi Kiriona Reporter: Barrington

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