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CS News issue 22 - November 2005

The second part of a focus on the intersection of Maori identity, contemporary visual art and Christian faith. The theme is addressed through the stories of three arts professionals.

 

Interviews

Crossing the threshold
Ceramicist Baye Riddell finds his roots and returns to the land. Along the way he meets some role models, Hopi indian brothers, and God
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Those who are bent by the wind shall rise again when the wind softens
Dr Deidre Brown rediscovers her Maori background while studying art and architecture from the Maori prophetic movement
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Where there is art, the people flourish...
Part two of an interview with Megan Tamati-Quennell, curator of Art and Visual Culture at Te Papa Tongarewa
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Exhibition reviews

Passionpaint
Chrysalis Seed group exhibition at the Chamber Gallery, Rangiora

Sense of Place
Jessica Crothall at the Dobson Bashford Gallery, Christchurch

Dialogues
Galina Kim and Sue Spigel at the Selwyn Gallery, Darfield

For the love of Christ
From the collection of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery

Applaud
Three exhibitions in the Christchurch Arts Festival

Helm Ruifrok
At Campbell Grant Galleries, Christchurch

Autumn
Anna Korver at Gallery O, Christchurch

 

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