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Tai Tokerau Māori Collective with Aboriginal artists of Central Queensland

Fund to support collaborative indigenous arts projects – call for applications

Vic Taurewa Biddle. Nō Tuhoe.  Tā Moko

Ta Moko The Ta Moko is a traditional Maori tattoo that is often done on the face, it is regarded as a taonga (treasure) to the Maori people

From the left:  Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Dr Ngapere Hopa and Associate Professor Linda Waimarie Nikora.  Māori Academics and wāhine toa

From the left: Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Dr Ngapere Hopa and Associate Professor Linda Waimarie Nikora. Māori Academics and wāhine toa

Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku. Nō Te Arawa, Tuhoe mē Waikato.  Māori Academic and Activist.

Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku with her book on Maori tattoos

Metiria Turei.  Nō Ngati Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, Atihaunui-ā-Paparangi, Rangitane mē Ngāti Raukawa.  Māori Politician and Rangatira

Nō Ngati Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, Atihaunui-ā-Paparangi, Rangitane mē Ngāti Raukawa. Māori Politician and Rangatira

Te Arikinui Dame Te Ātairangikaahu. Nō Waikato-Tainui.  Māori Ariki Rangatira

Te Arikinui Dame Te Ātairangikaahu. Nō Waikato-Tainui. Māori Ariki Rangatira

Dame Whina Cooper. Nō Ngāti Manawa, Te Kaitutae ō Te Rarawa mē Taranaki.  Māori Activist and Rangatira

Nō Ngāti Manawa, Te Kaitutae ō Te Rarawa mē Taranaki. Māori Activist and Rangatira

Wairere Tame Iti - Nō Tuhoe. Māori Activist and Rangatira

Māori Activist and Rangatira