Faculty of Arts


ARTHIST 238

Maori Art History: Mana Taonga


Description

Considers Māori visual art from arrival from the Pacific to the present day. Examines how artists critically negotiated current notions of identity in their work. Forms including moko, carving, weaving, architecture, film and contemporary art are explored through key ideas such as gender politics, patronage, and repatriation. Artists examined include Raharuhi Rukupo, Te Kooti, Pine Taiapa, Lisa Reihana and Ralph Hotere.

For full course information see the Digital Course Outline for ARTHIST 238.

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Availability 2022

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Dr Ngārino Ellis

Recommended Reading

Borell, Nigel. Te Ātinga: 25 Years of Contemporary Māori Art.

Neich, Roger. Carved Histories.

Mead, Hirini Moko. Te Toi Whakairo.

Pendergrast, Mick. Te Aho Tapu.

Tapsell, Paul. Pukaki.

Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia. Mau Moko.

Assessment

Coursework and exam for both 2nd and 3rd Stage

Points

ARTHIST 238: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

15 points at Stage I in Art History and 30 points passed, or 45 points in BGlobalSt courses

Restrictions

ARTHIST 102, 338


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