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14 Jan20 Exhibition Feb 2020
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EXHIBITION: Darcy Nicholas - Statements on Identity In association with Kura Gallery, we are proud to announce the opening of the Exhibition 'Darcy Nicholas - Statements on Identity' - an exhibition featuring the artworks of leading Contemporary Maor..
12 Jan19 Tribute to Japanese Artist, Bunmei Okabe
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Bunmei Okabe was selected to exhibit at Pataka Museum in Porirua City during Maori Art Market and the 2011 Rugby World Cup. His artwork was selected for it's brilliant storytelling, colour and composition, and used to inspire the 200 leading and emer..
20 Dec18 Painting 'My Ancestor is Me'
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Sometimes things don't go as expected but still end up as intended. Art is a creative process that requires practice, experience, a developed instinct, and the willingness to take necessary risks...
23 Oct18 Art Discussion, with Darcy Nicholas
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Moving forward, this website will share the knowledge and expertise of Darcy Nicholas, as it relates to Creating Art , Leading a Vision , Maori Identity , Stories & Symbolism , Tribal Issues , and Maori History . Please stay tuned. Growing up, Nichol..
10 Jun15 Hinerangi Sculpture, Pukeahu War Memorial Wellington
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This sculpture was donated to the Pukeahu Memorial Park out of respect to all of the non-fighting women, men and children who lost family members or their own lives as a result of the war. These people are often not recognized and forgotten over time..
15 Jan14 Making of the Kairau Marae Carvings, Taranaki
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This is the documented creation of the carvings at Kairau Marae, on Matarikoriko road in Northern Taranaki...
04 Dec13 Te Atairangi Kaahu Supreme Award presentation, for service to Maori Art.
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The 2013 Te Tohu mō Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu | Exemplary/Supreme Award was presented to Darcy Nicholas, for his lifetime services both as an artist and administrator/facilitator for the development of Maori Art and Artists...
09 Aug05 Maori Art Meets America
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In 2005, a combined effort by several leading Maori Artists, New Zealand Tourism and Toi Maori Aotearoa - saw Maori enter San Francisco for a major touring art, culture and tourism event.  The Late Maori Queen Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu opene..
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