Te Puna Waiora : the distinguished weavers of Te Kāhui WhiritoiLanguage: English, Māori Publisher: Ōtautahi Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand : Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, 2021Description: 211 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cmISBN:
- NX430.N45 P85 2021
- Designer, Peter Bray ; photographer, John Collie.
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Book||Whitecliffe Library NZ & Pacific||NZ & Pacific||NZ&P NX 430 TE (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Issued||27/02/2023||0014267|
"Published in 2021 ... on the occasion of the exhibition Te Puna Waiora : The Distinguished Weavers of of Te K�ahui Whiritoi at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhet�u, 18 December - 3 April 2022"--[Preliminary pages].
Includes bibliographical references.
Nga Mahi Huatau ā Wāhine Māori: Reflections on Māori Women and art / Ngāhuia te Awekōtuku, translated by Te Ino Ngaia -- E Raranga ana, e Whatu ana...: When the weavers are weaving / Awhinw Tamarapa, translated by Paora Tibble -- Te Reo Hoahoa o Te Whare Pora: The language of design in the Māori fibre arts / Donna Campbell, translated by Paor tibble -- The distinguished weavers of Te Kāhui Whiritoi: -- Te Puna Waiora from within Te Whare Pora / Nathan Pōhio -- Ngā Here o Te Ao -- Cath Brown -- Emily Rangitiaria Schuster -- Whero o te Rangi Bailey -- Dr Te Aue Davis -- Dr Diggeress Rangituatahi Te Kanawa -- Matekino Lawless -- Eddie Maxwell -- Saana Waitai Murray -- Riria Smith -- Toi Te Rito Maihi -- Ranui Ngarimu -- Reihana Parata -- Connie Pewhairangi-Potae -- Madeleine Sophie Tangohau -- Mere Walker -- Pareaute Nathan -- Sonia Snowden -- Christina Hurihia Wirihana -- Pariana te Tai -- List of works-- Contributors Notes.
Designer, Peter Bray ; photographer, John Collie.
"The weavers of Te Kahui Whiritoi are the senior Māori weavers of Aotearoa New Zealand. Here, their works and stories reveal the complexity and beauty of raranga, placing te whare pora, the house of weaving, at the centre of Māori life, where it connects the weaver to their whakapapa and whenua, their whanau, iwi and tupuna"--Back cover.
In English and te reo Māori