• Various Artists

Matatau presents works by graduating students of the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts programme at Toioho ki Āpiti, as part of Toioho XXV, a super-exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the school’s founding.

Unique to Massey University, Toioho ki Āpiti privileges Māori visual arts, Māori language, Māori culture and Māori customs. The Toioho ki Āpiti pedagogical model for the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts is structured around Māori notions of mana whakapapa, mana tiriti, mana whenua and mana tangata.

The valued relationship with directors and staff, past and present, of Te Manawa has provided the public space in which we have been able to showcase Toioho ki Āpiti since 1998.

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