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    Award-winning artist slammed for Māori cultural appropriated artwork

    Canterbury-based artist Rhonye McIlroy received backlash for her sexualised and colonised themed artwork, an overall insulting attempt to create Māori art.

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    Thousands of Art & Music groups to receive support

    A jobseekers programme for the creative sector and four new funds have been set up by the Government to help the arts and music industry recover from the blow of COVID-19.  

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    Social media makes stealing Māori art easy- DLT

    Veteran hip hop artist ‘DLT’ Darryl Thomson says social media puts Māori art at risk of being copied. Bootleggers and counterfeiters, he says, choose which art to appropriate by looking for popular posts on social media.

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    $18mil support package for Te Papa announced

    Te Papa opened their doors for the first time in two months today.

  5. Video for Auckland Museum inviting Māori to share experience of living through Covid-19 pandemic
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    Auckland Museum inviting Māori to share experience of living through Covid-19 pandemic

    Tāmaki Paenga Hira curators are designing an exhibition to tell the visual story of how Covid-19 has impacted the nation. Curator Māori, Chanel Clarke, says the Māori point of view is often missed in these situations.

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    Exhibition of moko kauae by wahine Māori

    Receiving her own moko kauae last year, Putaanga Waitoa (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Porou) says that majority or resources she found were written by Pākehā authors. Hence her desire to capture other wāhine mau moko kauae for her exhibition currently on display in Hastings to help provide more imagery of Māori by Māori.

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    Māori artist shocked to find her art already being sold online

    Palmerston North-based freehand artist Danni Ruakere made her passion for art her main source of income after she went on maternity leave with her daughter over a year ago. However, she was shocked to find that her art pieces were already being sold on Facebook by someone else.

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