Rerehua / Taoka Pūoro – Arts and Music websites

Links to online resources and websites about Rerehua / Taoka pūoro, arts and music.

  • Flaxworx On this website you can learn how to weave in the traditional Māori way. Online video tutorials will teach you how to make a kete, a backpack, a sunhat or a place mat. You will also learn how to harvest the harakeke and how to dye it.
  • Mahi Toi - Te Puna
  • Ngā Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards Established in 2009 by Massey University to mark Māori Language Week, and to celebrate and encourage excellence in Māori publishing.
  • Ngā Toi
  • Pikihuia Awards for Māori writers Biennial awards were established by Huia Publishers as the Huia Short Story Awards in 1995 to identify and foster Māori writing talent in both the English and Māori languages.
  • Taki Rua Productions Established in 1983 as the 'New Depot' theatre the aim then was to foster and encourage the growth of New Zealand theatre and New Zealand's cultural identity
  • Te Mangai Paho Maori Broadcasting Funding Authority A Crown Entity established to make funding available to the national network of Māori radio stations and for the production of Māori language television programmes, music CDs and videos. Also known as TMP; Te Reo Whakapuaki Irirangi.
  • Traditional Māori Arts Contains a range of images depicting traditional Māori arts from carving styles to moko to woven garments. From the National Library of New Zealand collection of resources selected for use by New Zealand schools.
  • Waiora Māori Film Festival Te Ao mai ngā whatu Māori - The world through a Māori lens
  • Waiorua weaving by Adrienne Spratt
  • Waitaha Cultural Council Waitaha Cultural Council Christchurch is rooted in the dreams of its founder, Te Kiato Riwai who believed performance encouraged prosperity. She saw striving for excellence in kapa haka as a way in which Māori could declare their aspirations and hopes for the future. In 2014 the Waitaha CC agreed to extend its region to cover the entire rohe of Ngāi Tahu.  Providing opportunities to grow strong cultural groups and actively hosting Māori performing arts festivals in the Ngāi Tahu region.

Kapa haka - Performing arts

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