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Toi Iho - Maori made artworks

toi iho is a registered trade mark used to promote and sell authentic, quality Maori arts and crafts.

toi iho has also been designed to authenticate exhibitions and performances of Maori arts by Maori artists.

The creation of the mark was facilitated by Te Waka Toi, the Maori arts board of Creative New Zealand, in consultation with Maori artists.

The trademark was designed and created by Maori artists.

Maori Arts

Maori website show case Maori Arts and artists through out Aotearoa New Zealand with a free web listing and information service. aims to market and promote the Maori art community of New Zealand to the world web with an easy to use friendly web interface.

Tuhono - connecting you and your iwi

Tuhono will be a service that helps to link Maori adults to the iwi and Maori organisations to which they are entitled to affiliate and register. Once the connection is made and accepted by the iwi and Maori organisations, Tuhono will continue to provide up to date contact information to the iwi and Maori organisations to each affiliate. The entire process will only start and continue if Tuhono receives formal consent from the iwi member. Consent to participate in this process has been sought from each of the 353,818 Maori on the Maori and General electoral rolls.

Te Kete Ipurangi

Kia ora, welcome to Te Kete Ipurangi

Adam Art Gallery

The Adam Art Gallery - leading critical debate in visual art. The gallery offers a broad programme of exhibitions and events that foster the understanding and practice of national and international visual art and culture. Exhibitions present and critically interpret a range of disciplines, including the visual arts, craft, architecture, design and music and involve areas beyond the humanities.

Artspace New Zealand

ARTSPACE's mission is to challenge, inspire and educate the makers and readers of contemporary culture by producing, exhibiting and communicating contemporary art from a point of view unhindered by the expectation of success or fear of failure.

Govett-Brewster art gallery

The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery is a museum that fosters the development and interpretation of contemporary art.


The Window project aims to create a situation where artists, writers, academics, engineers


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