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CS News issue 21 - July 2005

The first of a two-part focus on the intersection of Maori identity, contemporary visual art and Christian faith. Three artists and thinkers share their stories.

 

Interviews

I bring myself ... I bring my broken humanity
Artist Andrew Panoho fills the paternal void of his Maori heritage, and discusses painting as a priestly art
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Where there is art, the people flourish...
Part one of an interview with Megan Tamati-Quennell, curator of Visual Art and Culture at Te Papa Tongarewa
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Faith/Te Ao Maori/Arts
Dr Rangihiroa Panoho uses the metaphor af a river to talk about continuum in the arts
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Exhibition reviews

Night and day
Chrysalis Seed group exhibition at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch

(reviews by Moana Tipa and Neil Roberts)

 

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