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ATE Volume Three

2023 23.00

Volume Three was developed during a 2021 wānanga held with writers, Dr Rachael Buchanan, Ane Tonga and Israel Randell with support from our designer Chloe Reweti, editorial board member Dr Sean Mallon and previous ATE writer Dr Nina Tonga.

Articles in Volume Three reflect the breadth and beauty of ngā toi Māori including the Motunui Epa, Kauae Raro, HOEA! Gallery and Project Space, Wairau Māori Art Gallery, ĀKINA Contemporary Art Gallery and Mataaho Collective. We are also pleased to include a republished text from Dr Peter Brunt and two republished poems from Rūānuku Emeritus Professor Ngāhuia te Awekōtuku and essa may ranapiri.

Foreword From the Board: Professor Huhana Smith, Dr Sean Mallon and Professor Robert Jahnke
Editorial Kua Roa te Wā: Co-Editors Bridget Reweti and Matariki Williams
Article Tū te Kupu, Tū te Toi: The Expansive Journey of Writing About the Motunui Epa by Dr Rachel Buchanan
Interview HOEA! Gallery and Project Space
Article On the Brink of Recognition by Ane Tonga
Interview Wairau Māori Art Gallery
Article He Hononga Toi: Ten Years with Mataaho Collective by Matariki Williams
Interview ĀKINA Contemporary Art Gallery
Article A Conversation with Kauae Raro by Israel Randell
Republished Poem For LMS 145, a bone flute at the British Museum by Emeritus Professor Ngāhuia Te Awekōtuku
Republished Poem hands on stomach lizard body / tattooed face, hollow head, plain wood / carved wooden figure of palisade type, dark in colour, part of figure’s left arm broken away by essa may ranapiri
Republished Essay Since ‘Choice!’: Exhibiting the New Māori Art by Dr Peter Brunt
Book Review Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art, Edited by Nigel Borell by Jacinta Beckwith

Paperback 260 x 185mm
Published by ATE Press, Whakatāne and Ōtepoti
Publication Date December 2022
Illustrations Full colour
Pages 122
Edition of 550