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  1. Video for The men behind the steel
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    The men behind the steel

    There's been a rise in Māori artists creating sculptures using steel instead of traditional wooden carving and these are the men helping to build them.

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    Cultural theft of Māori art is alive and well

    The fight to protect toi Māori continues as tauiwi take on our art for their own use. Tohunga artist Sandy Adsett attended the world art gathering at Turangawaewae Marae says the fight is against cultural theft.

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    Dame Kiri Te Kanawa's name set in stone

    Kahurangi (Dame) Kiri Te Kanawa is one of the world's greatest opera singers, with a soprano voice described as mellow, yet vibrant, warm, ample and unforced. Today her legacy in the arts has been honoured at Aotea Square and her name given to a theatre in the spirit of music.

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    Māori presence in Art Week 'not a lot"

    The Art Work of Tracey Tawhiao will be on display at Chancery Square Auckland. This is part of "Changing lanes," a project that incorporates NZ made Art throughout the entire city during "Art Week."

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    Māori artists initiate conversation through creative protest

    The 'NATIVE VOICES: Ko Au, Ko Mātau' exhibition at Tairawhiti museum is providing a platform for indigenous dialogue through art, responding to and challenging the commemoration of the arrival of Captain Cook.

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    Te Arawa's 'Aunty Bea' memorialised through stunning mural

    An intimate ceremony to unveil a large wall mural of the late Aunty Bea was held in Rotorua on Sunday with her whānau. Beatrice Yates (nee Grant) passed away last year and a mural has been created in her honour by Ngāi Tūhoe artist Taumata Soloman, as part of the inaugural Aronui Indigenous Arts Festival.

  7. Video for Mural artists passing on their skills to mentor one lucky applicant
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    Mural artists passing on their skills to mentor one lucky applicant

    Applications are open for young artists to apply to receive mentoring from award-winning mural artists Charles and Janine Williams.

  8. Video for Whānau call for stop to misuse of Māori taonga
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    Whānau call for stop to misuse of Māori taonga

    Descendants of Herepo Rongo and Kirikino Epiha are outraged at the misappropriate use of the portraits of their ancestors.

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    Kaaterama finalist for prestigious Maioha award

    Solo artist Kaaterama Pou, of Ngāpuhi and Te Arawa, has been announced as a finalist for APRA Silver Scroll Maioha Award for her waiata, Paiheretia.

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    Auckland's ASB Theatre to be renamed the Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre

    Dame Kiri Te Kanawa is to be honoured for her formidable talent and contribution to the arts when the Auckland Aotea Centre’s ASB Theatre will be renamed the Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre on November 20.

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