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Tai Tokerau whakairo rākau =

Deidre Brown

Tai Tokerau whakairo rākau =

Northland Māori wood carving

by Deidre Brown

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Published by Reed in Auckland [N.Z.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • Northland.
    • Subjects:
    • Wood-carving, Maori -- New Zealand -- Northland.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNorthland Māori wood carving
      StatementDeidre Brown.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK9793.A3 N673 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination248 p. :
      Number of Pages248
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3725816M
      ISBN 10079000903X
      LC Control Number2003363021

      Toi whakairo (art carving) or just whakairo (carving) is a Māori traditional art of carving in wood, stone or bone. Wood was formed into houses, fencepoles, containers, taiaha and tool handles. Stone, preferably the very hard pounamu (greenstone), was the chief material for tools of many kinds. Bone was used for fish hooks, needles g: book.   Her previous books include Tai Tokerau Whakairo Rakau: Northland Maori Wood Carving (, winner of the Best First Book Award, Non-Fiction at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards), Introducing Maori Art (), Maori Arts of the Gods () and Te Puna: Maori Art from Te Tai Tokerau Northland (, co-edited with Ngarino Ellis).

      Christchurch City Libraries lists literary prize winners and links to catalogue searches, but we may not hold copies of all titles mentioned. Organised and administrated by Booksellers New Zealand, the trade association for booksellers and publishers, The Montana New Zealand Book Awards were awarded from Later () the awards were know as the New Zealand Post Book Awards.   Dr Deidre Brown is a Māori art and architectural historian of northern Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahu and Pākehā descent. Her previous books include Tai Tokerau Whakairo Rākau: Northland Māori Wood Carving (, winner of the Best First Book Award, Non-Fiction at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards), Introducing Māori Art (), Māori Arts of the Gods () and Te Puna: Māori Art .

        Thanks Tai Tokerau Literacy Association For ED Books Donation Posted on J Thanks Tai Tokerau Literacy Association For ED Books Donation Edit by Michael Botur (NDHB) 20/07/ p.m. Kia ora – Welcome to Tai Tokerau District Māori Council. In , Tai Tokerau District Māori Council elections were held. Tai Tokerau District Māori Council officers are: Chair: Wiremu Puriri Deputy Chair: Sid Diamond Secretary: Hiku Taylor-Wi Neera Treasurer: Kim Tito Appointments to NZMC are: Wiremu Puriri Sid Diamond Hiku Taylor-Wi Neera Tai Tokerau District Missing: book.


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However, some of the rows have been curved to form spirals, early versions of the takarangi or rauru spirals that characterise later classical whakairo.

Another haumi, from Doubtless Bay in Tai Tokerau, features a beaked head form that is a bold and sculptural forerunner of the manaia profiles that would emerge in later Māori art. It discusses the characteristics and definitions of the regional Tokerau style, its history, as well as northern carvers and their tools, materials and work.

The core of the book is a comprehensive illustrated catalogue of Tai Tokerau wood carvings in national and international museums, which cannot normally be viewed by the public. It is mainly done in the Tai Tokerau area and is carved to represent abundance of food, wealth of the sea and people.

Rauru From the Tai Rawhiti, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Waikato and Tai Hauraki. Te Tai Tokerau is a New Zealand parliamentary Māori electorate that was created out of the Northern Maori electorate ahead of the first Mixed Member Proportional election in It was first held by Tau Henare representing New Zealand First for one term, and then Dover Samuels of the Labour Party for two terms.

From toit was held by MP Hone Harawira. Initially a member of the Māori Missing: book. Tai Tokerau Speaker Series Programme The Joint Series between the Royal Society Te Apārangi and University of Auckland arose out of an Advisory Board meeting for the National Lifecourse Research Centre, chaired by Professor Richard (Dick) Bedford and of which Professor Cindy Kiro, Director - Tai Tokerau Campus, is a member.

Brown, D.S. Tai Tokerau Whakairo Rakau: Northland Maori Wood Carving, Auckland, Reed Publishing, p. Research Funding Marsden Fund Grant (Royal Society of New Zealand) for ‘ Toi Te Mana: A history of indigenous art ’, Lead Principal Investigator, with Professor Jonathan Mane-Wheoki and Dr Ngarino Ellis (both University of.

Date: From: Journal of New Zealand art history, By: Fyfe, Roger, INNZNA Description: REVIEW OF Tai Tokerau Whakairo Rakau: Northland Maori wood carving / by Deidre Brown Out of the far north Date: 10 Sep From: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.).

the decline and ultimate renaissance of Tai Tokerau Whakairo Räkau this book evokes emotions of wonderment, frustration, innovation, despair, hope and admiration. The well-compiled catalogue of images, many of which are usually inaccessible, backs up the assertion that Tai Tokerau does indeed have a fine carving tradition and a unique.

By: Moore, Christopher, INNZNA Description: Talks to the University of Canterbury lecturer in Maori Art History about the subject matter in her book, 'Tai Tokerau Whakairo Rakau. About the Library. The Tai Tokerau Library was opened as part of the Sylvia Ashton-Warner Library inand a new facility was provided in Resources are provided to support teacher education, including Māori and Pacific Island collections, and a Junior collection featuring readers, picture books, school journals and posters.

(location) Northland, North Auckland. Atu i tēnei wā, i kaha rawa atu tana whakauru ki ngā kaupapa tōrangapū Māori ki Te Tai Tokerau (TTR ). / From this time he became increasingly involved in the Māori political issues of Northland.

Te Papa Ako o Tai Tokerau In the heart of Whangārei Te Papa Ako o Tai Tokerau offers teaching qualifications and preparation programmes for students wanting to stay in the North and be close to family, work and g: book.

NZ Non Fiction: Maori Tikanga: Te Toi Whakairo: Art of Maori Carving. ISBN: Tai Korero means 'the currents of speech', a reference to the Maori tradition of oral storytelling.

This colourful book retells in simple form Maori stories and myths that have been passed down over centuries. From Tai Tokerau (Northland) to. QRC Tai Tokerau Resort College – Paihia 22 Selwyn Road, Paihia, Conveniently located in the heart of Paihia, a short stroll to both the Paihia waterfront and QRC Tai Tokerau Halls of Residence.

The Paihia campus offers large classrooms, a full computer suite and barista facilities.Tāhuhu Körero: The Sayings of Tai Tokerau - Merata Kawharu and Krzysztof Pfeiffer.

Book of the Decade. Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka Volume II: Te Ara Hou - The New Society - Hilary and John Mitchell. Mau Moko: The World of Māori Tattoo - Ngahuia Te Awekotuku. Te Tū a Te Toka: He Ieretanga nö ngā Tai e Whā - Huriana Raven and Piripi Walker (Editors).A list of the battles and their korero that are found in the book Tai Tokerau, by Florence Keene.

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