It’s competition time
Each Fortnight we will be releasing new competitions in partnership with Māori Artists and Māori Online Stores.
To enter these competition, you need to create your own Ngā Mihi messages to acknowledge and celebrate the work of our Health & Essential Workforces.
To enter the competition:
- Create a “Ngā Mihi” to our frontline workforces and essential workers
- Share your “Ngā Mihi” through your social media network
- Stay connected to “Ngā Mihi” for upcoming events, competition and celebrations
Winner will be selected fortnightly and notified through their registered email account. All winners will be contacted to confirm the recipient and delivery address for the prize.
Daniel is a painter, Whakairo (traditional Maori carver), Ta Moko (traditional Maori tattooist) and educator based in Waitomo. Art is…
Prize 2 – Arorangi – Aspiration
Carving – 10 inch x 9 inch. Mdf and Totara Titled Arorangi – Aspiration
Prize 3 – Playful Pleasure
Canvas 16inch x 20inch “Playful pleasure”Acrylic and acrylic mediums
Regan Balzer is a practicing Māori artist, living in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Regan has developed her individual style from a combination of cultural iconography painted with a combination of layers…
Kereama Taepa studied for his Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts at Massey University in Palmerston North and continued on to gain his Master’s degree. Taepa’s involvement in the arts has been…
Todd (Te Rautini) Sheridan is a visual artist of Māori and Irish descent currently living in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa on the East Coast of Aotearoa, NZ. In 2008 Todd decided that he…
Tracey Tawhiao (Ngai te Rangi, Whakatohea, Tuwharetoa) was born in 1967. She is a multi-skilled contemporary artist who has studied and worked in a variety of fields. She is a…
Rohe: Taranaki Tribal Affiliations: Ngāpuhi, Te Atiawa Gabrielle sees art as a vehicle to transport the viewer to other perceptions and considerations.Gabrielle’s work is about identity, history, and possible futures.…
Black Flax Ltd
Black Flax Ltd’s vision is to increase cultural awareness, understanding and tikanga with a larger and more diverse community of people and work towards traditional restoration and preservation. In doing…