Toi Maori Aotearoa | Maori Arts New Zealand

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Toi Maori exists to maintain, develop and promote Maori art as an essential part of Aotearoa | New Zealand's identity.

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Creating opportunities for Maori artists and artforms to florish nationally and internationally within the ten contemporary Maori art forms we support. These are: Protocols within arts; Ceromonial Waka; Maori Music; Carving; Contemporary Visual Arts; Contemporary Maori Writing; Literature in Te Reo; Contemporary Dance & Drama; Weaving; Ta Moko Arts

Since 1993 Toi Maori has been working to create platforms to support, develop and enhance the opportunity for maori artists some recent events •Kokiri Putahi 7th Indigenous Visual Artists Gathering 2014• Queen's Diamond Jubilee 2012 • Festival of London 2011•MAORI ART MARKet 2011• Toi Maori & Volkenkunde Museum,Te Hono ki Aotearoa 2010 • MAORI ART MARKet 2009


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