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  • 91913: 1.2 Annotated Exemplar from NZQA

    91913: 1.2 Annotated Exemplar from NZQA

    The Annotated Exemplar for the new 1.2 Achievement Standard: Students are able to produce resolved artwork appropriate to established art making conventions.

  • 91912: 1.1 Annotated Exemplar from NZQA

    91912: 1.1 Annotated Exemplar from NZQA

    The Annotated Exemplar for the new 1.1 Achievement Standard: Use practice-based visual inquiry to explore an Aotearoa New Zealand Māori context and another cultural context.

  • What is Māori Art?

    What is Māori Art?

    Authored by Tanu Aumua, this ANZAAE-Toi o Tāmaki resource answers the question “what is Māori art?” through exemplars in exercise form. Readers are asked to consider their emotional responses to…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Donn Ratana Keynote

    2023 Conference Presentation: Donn Ratana Keynote

    Donn Ratana’s teaching career has spanned over five decades, beginning in 1969 as a generalist teacher to various art specialist roles across the primary and tertiary sector. Here he talks…

  • NCEA Level 1: A deeper dive into 1.1 with Jennie Williams

    NCEA Level 1: A deeper dive into 1.1 with Jennie Williams

    This is the second in a series of online hui about NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts. This hui is presented by Learning Area Lead Jennie Williams and digs a bit…

  • NCEA Visual Arts ↗

    NCEA Visual Arts ↗

    External link: “The new home for resources, guidance, achievement standards, tools and co-requisites for both Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and The New Zealand Curriculum, to support kaiako, teachers and school…

  • Te Ātinga: 25 Years of Contemporary Māori Art – Edited by Nigel Borell

    Te Ātinga: 25 Years of Contemporary Māori Art – Edited by Nigel Borell

    Te Atinga presents a showcase of significant Maori art pieces across a variety of media such as painting, ceramics, sculpture and weaving.

  • The Scars of Papatūānuku (English)

    The Scars of Papatūānuku (English)

    In this unit, students will be exploring our impact on the land through war and environmental disaster in both New Zealand and world history…