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by Sean Mallon,Pandora Fulimalo Pereira

eBook Pacific Art Niu Sila download ISBN: 0909010838
Author: Sean Mallon,Pandora Fulimalo Pereira
Publisher: Te Papa Press; 1St Edition edition (October 10, 2002)
Pages: 232
ePub: 1155 kb
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Mallon, Sean, and Pandora Fulimalo Pereira, eds. Pacific art Niu Sila: the Pacific dimension of New Zealand contemporary arts. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2002. Dances of Life a documentary by Catherine Tatge and Shane Seggar. Filmed in Samoa, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Guam. For nearly 50,000 years, dances and songs have been an expression of Pacific Islanders origins, their journeys, their struggles – their very existence. These are their dance stories. org/dancesoflife 2005. Na Kamalei: The Men of Hula a documentary by Lisette Flanary.

Pacific art niu sila: the Pacific dimension of contemporary New Zealand arts. S Mallon, PF Pereira. Speaking in colour: conversations with artists of Pacific Island heritage. Te Papa Press, Museum of New Zealand, 2002.

Mallon, Sean; Pereira, Pandora Fulimalo (2002). Pacific Art Niu Sila. Mallon, Sean; Pereira, Pandora Fulimalo (2002).

Pacific Art Niu Sila highlights some of the ways that Pacific peoples have contributed to New Zealand arts from .

Pacific Art Niu Sila highlights some of the ways that Pacific peoples have contributed to New Zealand arts from the 1950s to the present day. This book also provides a snapshot of contemporary practice across the arts, discussing what is and has been important and relevant in different genres. It covers a range of art forms including tīvaevae, tatau, tapa, weaving, film and photography, jewellery, music, and dance. The contributing authors engage their areas of interest in different ways: some are curators, artists, or practitioners, some are a combination of these.

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Pacific Art Niu Sila. Sean Mallon; Pandora Fulimalo Pereira.

Since the 1950s, a new wave of immigrants from all over the Pacific has come to New Zealand’s shores, bringing their cultures, customs and values with them. Some of these have been maintained or transformed to suit the conditions and circumstances of a new country and community, while others have been discarded. Today many Pacific people maintain strong social, spiritual and family ties to their homeland and seek to establish and understand their new connections to this land – New Zealand. The ways in which these connections are expressed are very diverse, and nowhere can this diversity can be seen more clearly than in the arts.

Pacific Art Niu Sila highlights some of the ways that Pacific peoples have contributed to New Zealand arts from the 1950s to the present day. The contributing authors engage their areas of interest in different ways; some are from academic and teaching backgrounds, others are curators, artists or practitioners; some are a combination of these. They offer varying scales of distance and participation in their documentation and commentary. This book provides a snapshot of contemporary practice across the arts, highlighting what is and has been important and relevant in different genres. It covers a range of artforms including tivaevae, tatau, tapa, weaving, film and photography, painting and sculpture, architecture, theatre, literature, costume, jewelry, music and dance.

Pacific Art Niu Sila shows how these art forms have maintained long-established ideas and have incorporated and been transformed by new ones. It is essential reading for all those interested in the contemporary arts of both New Zealand and the Pacific.