Every year, International Museum Day celebrates the role of modern museums as special places where the threads of cultural fabric weave together. Communities maintain wellbeing there, and people from all...
In the last of our interview series with students of Toioho ki Āpiti, Rosie Koko’s hand-stitched quilt brings together artistic elements from across the Pacific to create a a special celebration of her whānau.
This is the second in our series of interviews with Toioho ki Āpiti students. Aroha Millar’s jewellery-based work explores the way Christianity has colonised ways of thinking and ways of telling Māori customary stories.
This is the first in a series of interviews with students of Toioho ki Āpiti whose work makes up the Matatau 22 exhibition. Brook Konia’s two-part sculpture embodies principles of manaakitanga and the search for knowledge, while also exploring his own whakapapa.