MAORI ART book Television & Radio coverage

For the convenience of those visiting the site this post contains 5 samples of video, Television and Radio material in chronological sequence 2015-2016 covering the publication ‘MAORI ART: History, Architecture, Landscape and Theory‘,  Batemans, Auckland, launched Te Uru, Waitakere Contemporary Art Gallery, Titirangi, Auckland, 10 June 2015.

The publishers facebook site (link above) has all the background to the making of the Film Construction book launch video with Director Perry Bradley and his team: Kia rere tonu ngā wai o te awa. ‘The River Must Flow’. Producer -Felicia Brunsting, DOP – James Rua, Production Assistant – Ferris Bradley, Stills Photographer – Belinda Bradley. Locations, Kingsland\Central Kaipara, 16 May 2015

Māori art book illustrates ‘visual whakapapa’‘Expert art historian, and our first ever Māori PhD recipient in Art History, Rangihiroa Panoho has just released a new book with a unique focus on Māori art and how it conveys whakapapa through visual mediums.’ Reporter: Manawa Wright, Te Kārere, TVNZ, location: Pukekawa, Auckland Domain, 10 June 2015

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RNZ Interview Panoho/Ryan 2015 Maori Art launch

How to look at Māori art in the 21st century,  Interview with Kathryn Ryan, Nine to Noon, 12 June 2015. Link here:  http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201758148/how-to-look-at-maori-art-in-the-21st-century 

‘Maori Art’ book, Interview Matai Smith and author, Good Morning, TVNZ, 28 July 2015

MAORI ART wins AAANZ Prize for best writing by Māori\Pacific author, Australia National University, Canberra. Video : PIHIRAU PRODUCTIONS Ltd, 3 December, 2016

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AWARDS


‘Māori Art’ winner AAANZ book prize presented at the School of Art, Australia National University, Canberra, 3 December 2016 . This is an international award in the discipline of Art History.

Best Art Writing by a New Zealand Māori or Pacific Islander

($500 supported by Christchurch Art Gallery)

This prize will be awarded to the best art writing, whether in the form of a book, article or essay, by a New Zealand Maori or Pacific Islander.

‘This is an exciting and innovative addition to the discipline of Māori and Pacific art history volumes. The expansive vision of the author deserves to be acknowledged and rewarded.’

Maia Nuku, Associate Curator, Oceanic Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Full report posted in www.facebook.com/maoriartbook/

or try the AAANZ net site below:

http://aaanz.info/prizes/

AAANZ annual prizes recognise the best in arts writing and research across Australia and New Zealand. The awards cover a broad array of arts publishing and acknowledge the contribution of both emerging and established scholars and artists. The categories include prizes for books, catalogues, artist books and Indigenous art writing. The prizes are sponsored by a number of universities, art museums, associations and publishing bodies around Australia and New Zealand. The prizes recognise the following. Originality and rigour of scholarship. Contribution to knowledge in the area and impact on scholarly debate in the field. Significance of the topic to the field and to adjacent disciplines. Significance and originality of arts research. Quality of the design and production values of the publication. Ability to convey complex ideas to wider audiences.

 

‘Māori Art’ winner Te Mahi Toi category of Ngā Kupu Ora ‘Māori Book Awards’, sponsored by Massey University, Palmerston North and held at the Auckland Museum 3 October 2016.

Tracy Borgfelt, Batemans Associate Publisher (right) Rangihīroa and Kikorangi Panoho (left), Ngā Kupu Māori awards, Auckland Museum 3 October 2016

Whānaunga Amokura Panoho (left) Kikorangi, Adrianne and Rangihīroa Panoho, Ngā Kupu Māori awards, Auckland Museum 3 October 2016

 

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