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A collection of Videos to support kaiako and akonga with the planning and delivery of teaching and learning

  • Rongomaraeroa (Te Marae) in NZSL –Te Papa 

    Rongomaraeroa (Te Marae) in NZSL –Te Papa 

    “Learn about Te Papa’s marae Rongomaraeroa – a place for welcomes, ceremonies, and performances. Level 4, through the Mana Whenua exhibition.”

  • Wharenui Harikoa – Marae

    Wharenui Harikoa – Marae

    “Lissy and Rudi Robinson-Cole’s latest project is also their most ambitious. Wharenui Harikoa is a day glo neon vision – a true house of joy.”

  • Relief Prints – Fatu Feu’u

    Relief Prints – Fatu Feu’u

    Fatu Feu’u has a visual arts practice that encompasses painting, sculpture, printmaking, and ceramics which spans several decades. He is an Honorary Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit…

  • Chine Collé – Alexis Neal

    Chine Collé – Alexis Neal

    Alexis demonstrates the simple technique of applying chine collé to a hand cut copper etching using archival paste and handmade papers.

  • Gyotaku Fish Prints – Tim Li

    Gyotaku Fish Prints – Tim Li

    Tim showcases the traditional art of gyotaku (fish printing) using sustainably caught New Zealand fish species. Using Flint waterbased ink and calico cotton he creates prints that commemorate and show…

  • Pastel Drawing Screen-printing – Toni Mosley

    Pastel Drawing Screen-printing – Toni Mosley

    Toni shares a simple drawing based screen-printing process. This process uses water soluble oil pastels to draw directly on the screen to pull a print.

  • Paper Marbling – John Pusateri

    Paper Marbling – John Pusateri

    John reveals the fascinating art of paper marbling. He shares tips and tricks on how to prepare the water, paper and the application of inks to the surface of the…

  • Abstract Contemporary Maori Art – Paora Tiatoa

    Abstract Contemporary Maori Art – Paora Tiatoa

    Paora shares his unique process of creating multi-layered silk-screen prints using several screens and stencils. Watch how he assembles and constructs his images working quickly and spontaneously to the rhythm…

  • Intaglio printmaking with Tetrapak Cartons – Anita Mudaliar 

    Intaglio printmaking with Tetrapak Cartons – Anita Mudaliar 

    Anita demonstrates the process of how to create drypoint etchings using Tetrapak cartons. She shares examples of her own work, the preparation of plates, transferring drawings and various methods of…

  • Sound of X / Tonga: Ha’apai Moana by Vea Mafile’o & Brandon Haru

    Sound of X / Tonga: Ha’apai Moana by Vea Mafile’o & Brandon Haru

    “My work is based on the concept of koloa faka-Tonga/ Tongan treasures (commonly translated as ‘wealth’) made and collected by Tongan women over the course of a lifetime, gifted at…

  • Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi – 2023 Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi Laureate

    Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi – 2023 Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi Laureate

    2023 Arts Foundation Laureate – Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi (Sculpture) talks about his work “we are all busy doing what we are doing and we don’t see ourself. Other people see…

  • Manulua, by Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi – Auckland Museum

    Manulua, by Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi – Auckland Museum

    Tongan artist Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi discusses his new work, Manulua, one of several new artworks commissioned for Te Ao Mārama, Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum’s new South Atrium.

  • Kolose – The Art of Tuvaluan Crochet

    Kolose – The Art of Tuvaluan Crochet

    A group of Tuvalu mamas are turning heads in the local art scene with their intricate and bright Crochet work. Its also the first time Tuvaluan artists have exhibited in…

  • Len Lye: Animation Resource↗

    Len Lye: Animation Resource↗

    External link: An animation resource created by Govett-Brewster gallery that looks at Len Lye’s animation.

  • Len Lye: FREE RADICALS↗

    Len Lye: FREE RADICALS↗

    External link: “Len Lye’s film made without a camera by scratching designs onto black leader using a variety of scribers ranging from Indian arrowheads to dental tools.”

  • Len Lye: THE BIRTH OF THE ROBOT↗

    Len Lye: THE BIRTH OF THE ROBOT↗

    External link: “An advertisement for Shell Motor Oil where puppets and models are brought to life by stop-frame animation, combined with colourful backgrounds and visual effects.”

  • Len Lye: A COLOUR BOX↗

    Len Lye: A COLOUR BOX↗

    External link: “The world’s first direct film – made without a camera. Lye painted colourful designs onto celluloid, matching them to dance music. “You’ve not seen a colour film until…

  • Len Lye: TUSALAVA↗

    Len Lye: TUSALAVA↗

    External link: Len Lye’s first film which imagines the beginnings of life on earth. Single-cell creatures evolve into more complex forms of life. Evolution leads to conflict, and two species…

  • Interview with Whetu Paitai for Pohewa Pāhewa: a māori design kaupapa

    Interview with Whetu Paitai for Pohewa Pāhewa: a māori design kaupapa

    Whetu Paitai is a game designer and an Official Minecraft Mentor supporting our Minecraft Education Edition community. In this interview Whetu discusses the importance of design and purakau within Te…

  • Ockham Lecture: Uku with Isaac Te Awa

    Ockham Lecture: Uku with Isaac Te Awa

    “As part of Objectspace’s Ockham Lecture series, Isaac Te Awa (Kāti Māmoe, Kāi Tahu, Waitaha, Ngāpuhi) speaks to the whakapapa of Uku in Aotearoa and provides insight into the use…

  • Ockham Lecture: Wairua and design with Bernard Makoare

    Ockham Lecture: Wairua and design with Bernard Makoare

    “Bernard Makoare (Te Uri o Hau, Ngāti Whātua, Te Waiariki, Te Kaitūtae, Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi-nui-tonu) offers his thoughts on what design is and who it serves.”

  • Ockham Lecture: Albert L Refiti – What is Pacific Architecture?

    Ockham Lecture: Albert L Refiti – What is Pacific Architecture?

    “Albert L Refiti shares his understanding of the prehistory of Pacific architecture within Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa and Oceania and the recent history of this architecture in Aotearoa and in the Pacific.…

  • Ockham Lecture: Tātai Kupu Toi – Māori Lettering & Typography with Johnson Witehera

    Ockham Lecture: Tātai Kupu Toi – Māori Lettering & Typography with Johnson Witehera

    “Witehira introduces new terminology he has developed to describe the different types of Māori lettering, Kupu Whakairo (carved text), Kupu Waituhi (painted lettering), Kupu Whatu (woven lettering) and Kupu Tātangata…

  • Intro to Kōwhaiwhai: A brief overview

    Intro to Kōwhaiwhai: A brief overview

    An introduction to customary and contemporary Māori Kōwhaiwhai (Māori design and Painting) by Emma Jane Ormsby.

  • How Raymond Sagapolutele explores culture through photography

    How Raymond Sagapolutele explores culture through photography

    “Raymond Sagapolutele is well known in South Auckland. He’s connected with artists, businesses, educators and even politicians, through community and photography. Photography is more than work for Raymond, even more…

  • Tautai Artists Spotlight: Cora-Allan Wickliffe

    Tautai Artists Spotlight: Cora-Allan Wickliffe

    “Moana Legacy curator and artist Cora-Allan Wickliffe shares her love for Niuean hiapo and the works she created with her sister Kelly Lafaiki in memory of their beloved late grandfather…

  • Approaches to NCEA Level 1: Green Bay High School

    Approaches to NCEA Level 1: Green Bay High School

    Presented by the Art Department of Green Bay High School, this digital hui highlights approaches to teaching and learning for NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts.

  • Emma Jane Ormsby: An introduction to Toi Māori and Kōwhaiwhai

    Emma Jane Ormsby: An introduction to Toi Māori and Kōwhaiwhai

    This practical session presented by Emma Ormsby (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Porou, Pākehā), is an introduction to Toi Māori and Kōwhaiwhai. Before you push play, be sure to have some paper…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Geoff Harris – Suitable contexts for finished work standards

    2021 Conference Presentation: Geoff Harris – Suitable contexts for finished work standards

    NZQA’s National Visual Arts Moderator, Geoff Harris discusses suitable contexts and performance expectations for NCEA .5 finished work standards.

  • 2021 Conference Keynote: Nigel Borell – Toi Tu, Toi Ora

    2021 Conference Keynote: Nigel Borell – Toi Tu, Toi Ora

    Nigel Borell discusses the thematic narratives and indigenous frameworks of Toi Tū Toi Ora, where as curator he brought 300 pieces of Māori art to Auckland Art Gallery – the…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Donna Tupaea-Petero- Liberating Spaces in Visual Arts Education

    2021 Conference Presentation: Donna Tupaea-Petero- Liberating Spaces in Visual Arts Education

    Bringing extensive experience in Visual Arts education and Kaupapa Māori, Donna Tupaea-Petero discusses the rich history and advocacy that Visual Arts has maintained in affording a place for Māori knowledge…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Regan Balzer – Ted Bracey Memorial Address

    2021 Conference Presentation: Regan Balzer – Ted Bracey Memorial Address

    Utilising forms from customary Māori arts practices, Artist, Educator and Director, Regan Balzer identifies the distinct differences of a Māori world view and what this means within a local, national,…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Dagmar Dyck – Re-imagining Pasifika Student Success as Pasifika in Visual Arts

    2021 Conference Presentation: Dagmar Dyck – Re-imagining Pasifika Student Success as Pasifika in Visual Arts

    This presentation focuses on how secondary visual art teachers support Pasifika students’ success as Pasifika. Presenting the findings of Dagmar Dyck’s masters research, how visual arts education is a powerful…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Kirsty Grieve and Jonathan Cameron – Keeping it Photographic

    2021 Conference Presentation: Kirsty Grieve and Jonathan Cameron – Keeping it Photographic

    Keeping it photographic is a presentation that looks closely at the journey we as teachers take to guide our students towards completing successful, authentic, and meaningful photographic projects.

  • 2021 Conference Keynote: Welby Ings

    2021 Conference Keynote: Welby Ings

    Welby has taught at all levels of the New Zealand education system and is an outspoken critic of dehumanised systems of learning and the preoccupation with micro-managing teachers, questioning the…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Esther Hansen and Jay Presnell – Illustration, Storytelling and Visual Literacy

    2021 Conference Presentation: Esther Hansen and Jay Presnell – Illustration, Storytelling and Visual Literacy

    Esther and Jay from Pukekohe High School demonstrate using cartoon and character development, zines, illustration, digital methods, and artist models from Year 10 to extend senior student design outcomes.

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Karl Chitham – Crafting Aotearoa

    2021 Conference Presentation: Karl Chitham – Crafting Aotearoa

    Karl Chitham is Director of the Dowse Art Museum, and in this talk he talks about Crafting Aotearoa – a publication that spans three centuries of making and thinking in…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Prof. Brian Lucid – The Future of Design

    2021 Conference Presentation: Prof. Brian Lucid – The Future of Design

    Brian Lucid is Head of Wellington School of Design at Massey University. In this presentation, Brian, critiques the role of human-centred design in driving innovation and how this addresses some…

  • 2021 Conference Keynote: Peter O’Connor

    2021 Conference Keynote: Peter O’Connor

    Peter O’Connor is Professor of Education at the University of Auckland. Peter’s most recent research includes multi and interdisciplinary studies on the creative pedagogies and the arts, the nature of…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Francis Potter – Running an International Baccalaureate Programme

    2021 Conference Presentation: Francis Potter – Running an International Baccalaureate Programme

    Francis Potter is the Head of Faculty at Takapuna Grammar School. His talk will deal with approaches to teaching and learning in Visual Art in the IB curriculum for Years…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation:  Mic Watts – Authentically connecting across the curriculum

    2021 Conference Presentation: Mic Watts – Authentically connecting across the curriculum

    Mic Watts is a Learning Coach at Hobsonville Point Secondary School. As well as an overview of the curriculum structure, he will talk about the challenges and successes of some…

  • 2021 Conference Workshop:  Esther Hansen – Practical Printmaking Palooza

    2021 Conference Workshop: Esther Hansen – Practical Printmaking Palooza

    A practical workshop with quick examples of: eco-printing, linear mono printing, tonal monoprint, collograph, drypoint, chine colle print, and will be able to view and discuss pronto plate prints, reduction…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation:  Kalina Harmer Campbell -Creating Connections Though Taonga Carving

    2021 Conference Presentation: Kalina Harmer Campbell -Creating Connections Though Taonga Carving

    Kalina is an Art and Design teacher at Riccarton High School. This kōrero is about the learning journey that addresses a need to engage a culturally diverse group of ākonga…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Fiona Grieve and Meighan Ellis – Photography Design Practices for Voice and Storytelling

    2021 Conference Presentation: Fiona Grieve and Meighan Ellis – Photography Design Practices for Voice and Storytelling

    This presentation examines and reviews contemporary Photographic and Design projects that utilise graphic, text and lens-based modalities.

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Jay Presnell – Moving to a Moving Future Right Now

    2021 Conference Presentation: Jay Presnell – Moving to a Moving Future Right Now

    In this presentation Jay focuses on teaching and learning strategies for moving image, with an emphasis on the implementation of new technologies to extend the learning of students within a…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Monique Redmond, Emily O’Hara and Lucy Meyle – Reciprocity in making, doing, and thinking

    2021 Conference Presentation: Monique Redmond, Emily O’Hara and Lucy Meyle – Reciprocity in making, doing, and thinking

    “Being propositional within temporary practices requires you to remain open, flexible, contingent, resourceful and lateral. The methodological aim is to make plans that set something in motion – but which…

  • 2021 Conference Workshop: Jonny 4Higher – Street Art 101

    2021 Conference Workshop: Jonny 4Higher – Street Art 101

    Jonny Walkman is a full-time freelance mural artist with over twenty years of professional experience. In this workshop, sponsored by Gordon Harris, Jonny discusses his work and shares some tips…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Dr. Claire Coleman – The Arts Curriculum Refresh

    2023 Conference Presentation: Dr. Claire Coleman – The Arts Curriculum Refresh

    The Ministry is two years into a six-year programme to refresh The New Zealand Curriculum (NZC). The Arts Curriculum is currently in development for release in 2024. Dr. Claire Coleman…

  • 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…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Dr. Sarah Probine – Teachers as co-creators in Early Childhood

    2023 Conference Presentation: Dr. Sarah Probine – Teachers as co-creators in Early Childhood

    Sarah Probine discusses the role of teachers as co-creators by rethinking the role of the teacher in visual arts learning during the early years.

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Tatiana Tavares – Embodying cultural and storytelling concepts

    2023 Conference Presentation: Tatiana Tavares – Embodying cultural and storytelling concepts

    This presentation introduces the creative strategies implemented in a series of practice-based communication design research projects that explored immersive technology and sonic experiences as an essential element in expressing specific…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Dieneke Jansen – Where to start, where are we?

    2023 Conference Presentation: Dieneke Jansen – Where to start, where are we?

    With Site as Situation, his presentation will outline a six-week studio program which positions students as artmakers in and with tūranga, and suggests various ways of engaging with their immediate…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Rodney Stratton and Melissa Dyer-Causton – Teaching Overseas

    2023 Conference Presentation: Rodney Stratton and Melissa Dyer-Causton – Teaching Overseas

    In this presentation, Rodney and Melissa share their insights into teaching overseas and highlight why you should do it, and why you should come back.

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Dr George Hajian & David Coventon – Exploring outdated technology engage students

    2023 Conference Presentation: Dr George Hajian & David Coventon – Exploring outdated technology engage students

    The presentation will provide insights into the project through a bumpy, pandemic ridden 3-years, documenting students’ expression of ideas, through their responses, community engagement, and reflecting on the value of…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Jessica Freire – How Co-Design enhances education

    2023 Conference Presentation: Jessica Freire – How Co-Design enhances education

    Jessica Freire discusses how Co-Design methods and mindsets have proved vital in motivating students to become active participants in their learning. Co-design can be used to develop curriculums and enhance…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Claire Robertshaw – The Arts and social wellbeing

    2023 Conference Presentation: Claire Robertshaw – The Arts and social wellbeing

    Claire Robertshaw discusses her research which addresses “What social wellbeing benefits do senior Arts learners identify in their successful collaborative experiences?”.

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Lisa Terreni – Art lessons from a Ceramics Collection

    2023 Conference Presentation: Lisa Terreni – Art lessons from a Ceramics Collection

    In this presentation, Lisa presents findings from research into a ceramics collection established by Wellington Teacher’s College (later known as the Wellington College of Education), which is now owned and…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Kate Rivers – The Workbook as a Reservoir

    2023 Conference Presentation: Kate Rivers – The Workbook as a Reservoir

    In this session Kate discusses the pukamahi/workbook as a kurawai/reservoir for independent research, analysis, and discovery, evolving thinking, weaving, and reforming ideas, questioning, and recording decision-making.

  • 2023 Conference Workshop: Kirsten Herd – Celebrating Eric Carle through Collage

    2023 Conference Workshop: Kirsten Herd – Celebrating Eric Carle through Collage

    In this workshop, Kirsten demonstrates the process of creating a portrait using recycled paint and printers’ ink in the style of Artist/Illustrator Eric Carle (The Hungry Caterpillar). An easy-to-follow guide…

  • 2023 Conference Workshop: Ina Arraoui – Printing with Tetra Pak

    2023 Conference Workshop: Ina Arraoui – Printing with Tetra Pak

    Create instant and surprising results by cutting, scoring and peeling the Tetra Pak carton to create your own unique images. This short clip highlights the range of tone, line and…

  • 2023 Conference Workshop: James Sutherland – Tips and Tricks for Reluctant Drawers

    2023 Conference Workshop: James Sutherland – Tips and Tricks for Reluctant Drawers

    In this workshop, James provides strategies and approaches to build confidence and ability in drawing. Looking at a range of artists, techniques and resources that can be used to suit…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Jay Pressnell – The Tiaki Project

    2023 Conference Presentation: Jay Pressnell – The Tiaki Project

    Jay Pressnell discusses the Tiaki Project, an educational, arts based, audio-visual, interactive archiving experience for the purpose of preservation, presentation and sharing of community narratives, cultural identity and local histories.

  • 2023 Conference Workshop: Vanessa Edwards-Buerger – Mātauranga Māori approach to print practices

    2023 Conference Workshop: Vanessa Edwards-Buerger – Mātauranga Māori approach to print practices

    Edwards discusses her approach to printmaking as a means to create a safe and clear space for participants to engage and evolve. She then dicusses the tricks of the trade…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Anne-Marie Cullinan – The Magic of Material handling

    2023 Conference Presentation: Anne-Marie Cullinan – The Magic of Material handling

    Anne-Marie talks about how her research significance lies in the place within today’s digital “hands-free” society for an understanding of the benefits of engagement through the sensory experience of material…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Nick Clothier – Integrated creativity education

    2023 Conference Presentation: Nick Clothier – Integrated creativity education

    Using a resource that he developed at Creative Waikato, Nick Clothier will focus us on the importance of an integrated creativity approach in these fascinating times. Why we should. How…

  • NCEA Level 1: A deeper dive into 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 with Jennie Williams

    NCEA Level 1: A deeper dive into 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 with Jennie Williams

    This is the third 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…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Jamieson Hudson – Understanding abjection through a feminist lens

    2023 Conference Presentation: Jamieson Hudson – Understanding abjection through a feminist lens

    In this presentation Jaz presents her dissertation and practice that she undertook as for her Master’s in 2022. It focuses on understanding the theory of the Abject through an Aotearoa…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: David Slack – Revisiting The HeArt of the Matter

    2023 Conference Presentation: David Slack – Revisiting The HeArt of the Matter

    The HeArt of the Matter is a documentary about an inspired vision for New Zealand teaching in the early post-war years tells both a thrilling story of possibility and prompts…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Lisa Ponweiser – Strategies for Thriving in a Small, Isolated Art Department

    2023 Conference Presentation: Lisa Ponweiser – Strategies for Thriving in a Small, Isolated Art Department

    Lisa Ponweiser’s presentation embodies the 2023 Conference theme, ka mua, ka muri, to identify key strategies that are working for me in building (over 30+ years) a successful Art department…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Tania Lewis-Rickard – The impact of Art in the Community

    2023 Conference Presentation: Tania Lewis-Rickard – The impact of Art in the Community

    Stemming from a deep desire to use her creative abilities to be a positive impact in the community, Tania talks about her strive to make a difference and contribute to…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Kirsty Grieve and Jonathan Cameron – Strategies to Spark Creative Agency

    2023 Conference Presentation: Kirsty Grieve and Jonathan Cameron – Strategies to Spark Creative Agency

    Kirsty Grieve, HoD New Plymouth Girls’ High School, and Jonathan Cameron, HoD St Paul’s Collegiate School, join forces to co-present a series of approaches, across the fields of Design, Painting,…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Monique Redmond & Emily O’Hara – Crafting time

    2023 Conference Presentation: Monique Redmond & Emily O’Hara – Crafting time

    Monique Redmond & Emily O’Hara talk about Crafting time; the relationship between the hand, the tools and the made. This presentation focuses on women artists engaged in sculptural, spatial and…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Maraea Timutimu – He kāwai whenua, he kāwai whakapapa

    2023 Conference Presentation: Maraea Timutimu – He kāwai whenua, he kāwai whakapapa

    Maraea’s exhibition “He kāwai whenua He kāwai whakapapa”, held at Tauranga Art Gallery from Nov 2022 – Feb 2023. This presentation is about how her journey as an artist and…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Lisa Purda – How can I support ākonga Māori to be all they can be as Māori?

    2023 Conference Presentation: Lisa Purda – How can I support ākonga Māori to be all they can be as Māori?

    In this presentation, Lisa shares some of the ways in which she supports ākonga Māori as Māori in her classes. As a Pākehā teacher living and working in Aotearoa New…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Tanu Aumua  – He Matenga Poto, He Oranga Roa

    2023 Conference Presentation: Tanu Aumua – He Matenga Poto, He Oranga Roa

    In this presentation Tanu Aumua (Ngāti Māmoe, Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Hāteatea, Tuaefu-Samoa) asks are we decolonising or re-indigenising the education system?

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Nigel Borell – Ka Mua Ka Muri

    2023 Conference Presentation: Nigel Borell – Ka Mua Ka Muri

    Nigel Borell considers the kupu: ka mua, ka muri, and questions what are some of the learnings we can look to consolidate in embracing ‘the old’ and ‘the new’ and…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Takapuna Grammar School

    2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Takapuna Grammar School

    André shares insights from the journey of Takapuna Grammar School as a pilot school for NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts. Pilots are testing the new teaching, learning and assessment materials…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu

    2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu

    Adrienne shares insights from the journey of Te Kura as a pilot school for NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts. Pilots are testing the new teaching, learning and assessment materials to…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Te Puke High School

    2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Te Puke High School

    Shannon, and Josephine share insights from the journey of Te Puke High School as a pilot school for NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts. Pilots are testing the new teaching, learning…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Whanganui High School

    2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Whanganui High School

    Graham Hall shares insights from the journey of Whanganui High School as a pilot school for NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts. Pilots are testing the new teaching, learning and assessment…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Tawhai Rickard – Kōrero with pictures

    2023 Conference Presentation: Tawhai Rickard – Kōrero with pictures

    In this presentation, Tawhai Rickard, the winner of the 2023 National Contemporary Art Award, discusses his work that he describes as “unashamedly Aotearoa, New Zealand and Māori” which draws upon…

  • 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…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Te Paepae o Aotea

    2023 Conference Presentation: Stories from NCEA Pilots – Te Paepae o Aotea

    Emily shares insights from the journey of Te Paepae o Aotea as a pilot school for NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts. Pilot schools are testing the new teaching, learning and…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Geoff Harris – NZQA Insights from Visual Arts moderation

    2023 Conference Presentation: Geoff Harris – NZQA Insights from Visual Arts moderation

    In this presentation, Geoff Harris, NZQA’s National Assessment Advisor for Visual Arts presents a summary of trends in recent moderation and areas of anticipated interest in future moderation.

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Ashleigh Zimmerman – Junior Contemporary Māori Art Approaches

    2023 Conference Presentation: Ashleigh Zimmerman – Junior Contemporary Māori Art Approaches

    In this presentation Ashleigh Zimmerman (Ngai Tahu) shares from Whangārei Girls’ High School, where they have developed a Year 9 course to connect with and extend students interested in Māori…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Brigham Anderson – What if Māori had a text before colonisation?

    2023 Conference Presentation: Brigham Anderson – What if Māori had a text before colonisation?

    Brigham Anderson (Ngāti Hauiti) considers what if Māori had a text before colonisation? Brigham has created 20 pū (letter) and his presentation is about that process, some of the whereto…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Dr Lisa Paris and Dr Carol Carter – Towards a New Creative Practice in Education Research Hub

    2023 Conference Presentation: Dr Lisa Paris and Dr Carol Carter – Towards a New Creative Practice in Education Research Hub

    Dr Lisa Paris and Dr Carol Carter of Curtin University School of Education discuss their paper that draws on long-established arts traditions of knowledge generation through voices and story forms…

  • 2023 Conference Keynote: Kelcy Taratoa – Mana Motuhake

    2023 Conference Keynote: Kelcy Taratoa – Mana Motuhake

    Kelcy Taratoa (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Tapu, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Raukawa), presents a discussion around the value of mātauranga Māori in the context of public spaces and or public utilities;…

  • 2023 Conference Presentation: Megan Shaw – Squiggla

    2023 Conference Presentation: Megan Shaw – Squiggla

    In this presentation, Megan Shaw shares Squiggla – an outreach project of the Chartwell Charitable Trust. A tool designed to exercise and develop our creative thinking skills, without pressure or…

  • Matthew McIntyre-Wilson talks about hīnaki

    Matthew McIntyre-Wilson talks about hīnaki

    Matthew McIntyre-Wilson talks to Te Papa’s Mātauranga Māori Curator Isaac Te Awa about learning from the hīnaki eel trap in the collection.

  • How to make a Dadaist poem

    How to make a Dadaist poem

    External link: “Is of a fish! Have fun with words: follow these instructions to create your own dadaist poem, using things you are likely to have at home.”

  • Robin White – The making of ‘That Vase’

    Robin White – The making of ‘That Vase’

    External link: “In 2019, Dame Robin White invited a small team from Te Papa to visit her on location in Lautoka Fiji as she completed That Vase, a masi (Fijian…

  • Taku Whakautu↗

    Taku Whakautu↗

    External link: “Taku Whakautu is a documentary mini-series that focuses on the reactions of a diverse cast of people who are confronted with the history of the New Zealand Land…

  • Te whakarite i ngā tae ō Papatuānuku kia whakanehua

    Te whakarite i ngā tae ō Papatuānuku kia whakanehua

    I roto i tēnei ataata ka whakaaturia me pēhea te whakanehu i te oneone i te toka ki te waihanga i ngā rauemi toi pēnei i te peita, i te…

  • Preparing earth colour:  From whenua to powder

    Preparing earth colour: From whenua to powder

    In this video we will show you how to transform raw soil and rock into powdered earth colours to make art materials like paints, crayons and dyes.

  • Tour Michael Parekowhai’s ‘The Promised Land’

    Tour Michael Parekowhai’s ‘The Promised Land’

    “Maud Page, former Deputy Director, Collection and Exhibitions takes us on a tour of ‘Michael Parekowhai: The Promised Land’. In ‘The Promised Land’ discover photography and sculpture spanning more than…

  • Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu (2017)

    Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu (2017)

    External link: “This web series profiles nine Ngāi Tahu artists, all working in different mediums. From photographer Fiona Pardington’s ‘memento mori’ imagery to painter Simon Kaan’s serene landscapes, each artist…

  • Profiles – Jeffrey Harris (1983)

    Profiles – Jeffrey Harris (1983)

    External link: “Dunedin-based painter Jeffrey Harris is profiled in this episode from a 1983 arts series. Harris talks about his quest for intensity and impact, and how violence both attracts…

  • Profiles – Richard Killeen (1983)

    Profiles – Richard Killeen (1983)

    External link: “Auckland artist Richard Killeen is profiled in this 1983 episode of a series about notable New Zealand painters and sculptors. Killeen moved from realism in his early paintings…

  • Profiles – Neil Dawson (1983)

    Profiles – Neil Dawson (1983)

    External link: “Sculptor Neil Dawson — who later created major public art works including The Chalice in Cathedral Square, and Ferns in Wellington’s Civic Square — is profiled in this…

  • Kaleidoscope – Frances Hodgkins (1989)

    Kaleidoscope – Frances Hodgkins (1989)

    External link: ” Subtitled ‘A Painter of Genius’, this 1989 Kaleidoscope portrait mixes archival material with recreations of Hodgkins working in England in the 1940s, and being interviewed by Vogue.”

  • New Artland – Karl Maughan (2009)

    New Artland – Karl Maughan (2009)

    External link: “The format for New Artland was to film a leading Kiwi artist devising an artwork, in collaboration with a community that they have some kind of bond with.…

  • Whare Taonga – Te Pā o Parihaka (2012)

    Whare Taonga – Te Pā o Parihaka (2012)

    External link: “This episode of award-winning te reo series Whare Taonga visits Parihaka in Taranaki, a Māori spiritual community who were raided by British colonial troops in 1881 and suffered…

  • Ralph Hotere (1974)

    Ralph Hotere (1974)

    External link: “Directed by Sam Pillsbury, this 1974 film observes Ralph Hotere — one of New Zealand’s greatest artists — at a moment when excitement is gathering about his work.”

  • Toi Māori on the Map (2006)

    Toi Māori on the Map (2006)

    External link: “Shown on Māori Television, this documentary follows two of the artists, George Nuku and Tracey Tawhiao, from K Road to the cloisters of Cambridge to collaborate with objects,…

  • Tā Moko (2007)

    Tā Moko (2007)

    External link: “This excerpt of documentary Tā Moko includes rare footage of internationally acclaimed Māori artist George Nuku getting a full-face moko via traditional tattooing techniques.”

  • Savage Symbols (2002)

    Savage Symbols (2002)

    External link: “Savage Symbols looks at the art of traditional Samoan tattooing, or pe’a, which covers the lower back and upper legs. The film interviews nine men who have undergone…

  • Profiles – Tony Fomison (1981)

    Profiles – Tony Fomison (1981)

    External link: “New Zealand painter Tony Fomison is profiled in this 1981 episode of a series about notable artists. Fomison is an engaging but diffident subject — describing his often…

  • Pacific Ikon – Pat Hanly (1988)

    Pacific Ikon – Pat Hanly (1988)

    External link: “Director Stewart Main talked to artist Pat Hanly about life as painter and activist for 1998 documentary Pacific Ikon, from which this excerpt is taken. Hanly discusses his…

  • Kaleidoscope – Wine and Art (1987)↗

    Kaleidoscope – Wine and Art (1987)↗

    External link: “Winemaker Lionel Collard broke new ground in the 1980s when he began inviting Kiwi artists to decorate his wine labels — breaking the trend of plain, to the…

  • Being Billy Apple (2007)

    Being Billy Apple (2007)

    External link: “Billy Apple: con man, revolutionary pop artist, or enigma? Or all three? Being Billy Apple looks at one of New Zealand’s most controversial contemporary artists: a man who…

  • Questions for Mr Reynolds (2007)

    Questions for Mr Reynolds (2007)

    External link: “The work of artist John Reynolds takes in painting, photography, clothes, tattooing and landscaping. This documentary looks at Reynold’s exuberant personality, his strong family life, his sense of…

  • Kaleidoscope – Toss Woollaston (1987)

    Kaleidoscope – Toss Woollaston (1987)

    External link: “Television New Zealand’s flagship 80s arts show looks at Sir Toss Woollaston — a pioneer of modern art in New Zealand. Topics include his development as an artist…

  • Kaleidoscope – Rita Angus (1983)

    Kaleidoscope – Rita Angus (1983)

    External link: “This 1983 episode of arts series Kaleidoscope profiles the life of Rita Angus, whose paintings won critical acclaim both in New Zealand and abroad.”

  • Colin McCahon: I Am (2004)

    Colin McCahon: I Am (2004)

    External link: “This documentary looks at the life and work of New Zealand’s most celebrated painter, Colin McCahon and his explorations of modernist techniques in paintings that reconceived ‘the promised…

  • Reflections – Gretchen Albrecht (2006)

    Reflections – Gretchen Albrecht (2006)

    External link: “From the late 1980s, Gretchen Albrecht’s richly-coloured large abstract paintings made her reputation in New Zealand. This documentary traces the development of Albrecht’s work from her art school…

  • Hotere (2001)

    Hotere (2001)

    External link: “Ralph Hotere (Te Aupōuri) is regarded as one of New Zealand’s greatest artists. This documentary by Merata Mita provides a perspective on his world, largely by way of…

  • Kaleidoscope – Grahame Sydney (1984)

    Kaleidoscope – Grahame Sydney (1984)

    External link: “In this episode from long-running arts series Kaleidoscope, reporter Angela D’Audney visits the artist Grahame Sydney at his home — Mount Pisa Station near Cromwell — and discovers…

  • One Man and the Sea (1984)

    One Man and the Sea (1984)

    External link: “New Zealand artist Michael Smither (well known for his idiosyncratic realist paintings, such as Rocks with Mountain) is a man of many theories and ideas. This film, made…

  • Lovely Rita (2007)

    Lovely Rita (2007)

    External link: “Artist Rita Angus was well known for her enigmatic self-portraits, and this affectionate documentary explores the relationship between the work and the artist’s life.”

  • Toi Koru: Sandy Adsett artist talk

    Toi Koru: Sandy Adsett artist talk

    Sandy Adsett artist talk in conversation with Reuben Friend about his survey show Toi Koru.

  • Matariki Craft: Woven Star

    Matariki Craft: Woven Star

    Maatakiwi from Māori Library Services shows us how to make a woven star for Matariki.

  • Matariki Craft: Star Box

    Matariki Craft: Star Box

    Maatakiwi from Māori Library Services shows us how to make a folded paper star box for Matariki.

  • Gestural Monotype Print Demonstration

    Gestural Monotype Print Demonstration

    Known for his signature style of spontaneous drawing and printmaking techniques, Syrian artist Kevork Mourad demonstrates how he creates a monotype print.

  • Visual Arts Teaching for PCT’s

    Visual Arts Teaching for PCT’s

    In this hui Alice Alva discusses curriculum, pedagogy and content for Visual Arts teaching and learning programmes. Alice is a multi-disciplinary artist, and educator based in Kirikiriroa – Hamilton, New…

  • Do machines make art?

    Do machines make art?

    “When art is generated by Artificial Intelligence, what or who can we call the artist? We look to art history to consider the long collaboration between humans and technology.”

  • Ngā Kakano: The Seeds by Johnson Witehira

    Ngā Kakano: The Seeds by Johnson Witehira

    “This 70m long print on vinyl by Johnson Witehira features graphic representations of tūpuna Māori (Māori ancestors). These include the navigator Kupe and those who came with and after him,…

  • Contemporary Art. Q & A: Zac Langdon-Pole

    Contemporary Art. Q & A: Zac Langdon-Pole

    “We ask, Zac answers … artist Zac Langdon-Pole discusses his background, art, process, and City Gallery show ‘Containing Multitudes’.”

  • Artist Spotlight: Ahsin Ahsin

    Artist Spotlight: Ahsin Ahsin

    “… it’s quite bold, it’s a bit of a statement, it’s in your face…” Moana Legacy artist Ahsin Ahsin talks about reconnecting with his Moana Legacy family and what people…

  • Kauae Raro Research Collective: How we make paint

    Kauae Raro Research Collective: How we make paint

    This video will show you one way of making paint using soil, water, and tree gum. Check out our website for our gathering guidelines, karakia and some ways you can…

  • NCEA RAS Level 1 Visual Arts Pilot

    NCEA RAS Level 1 Visual Arts Pilot

    As Visual Arts teacher at Alfriston College, Jennifer has been involved in the NCEA Level 1 Visual Arts Mini Pilot Programme. In 2022, she began teaching the Pilot programme and…

  • NCEA RAS Level 1 Visual Arts Pilot

    NCEA RAS Level 1 Visual Arts Pilot

    This presentation looks at NCEA Level 1 Visual Art Mini Pilot Programme at Westlake girls’ High School, sharing the experiences and challenges regarding the Level 1 learning programme they have…

  • NCEA RAS for Visual Arts

    NCEA RAS for Visual Arts

    Jennie is our Learning Area Lead for Visual Arts representative in the MoE. In this presentation from the end of 2022, she discuss with us all things NCEA and the…

  • Sculpture at Waitakere College

    Sculpture at Waitakere College

    Learn how sculpture has grown to be the fastest growing discipline and now the biggest Senior Visual Arts field at Waitakere College. Genevieve shares course structure, and how she gets…

  • Te Wāhi Auaha at Takapuna Grammar

    Te Wāhi Auaha at Takapuna Grammar

    In this presentation, Robin Kydd and Tom Hackshaw share their our work with Te Wāhi Auaha, the maker space and innovation hub located within Takapuna Grammar School.

  • Public Project & Community Engagement

    Public Project & Community Engagement

    Matt is an artist, collaborator, and Fine Art Lecturer at Whitecliffe. He is interested in art as a catalyst for discussion, action, and community. Art to challenge, question and instigate…

  • Preparing students for Tertiary Education

    Preparing students for Tertiary Education

    This presentation will take you through the process employed at Whitecliffe for the selection of students for their Fine Arts and Photo Media programmes, offering suggestions on how a student…

  • Moving Ahead with Moving Image and Special Effects

    Moving Ahead with Moving Image and Special Effects

    Jay’s presentation is based around the continued progress and integration of Moving Image and Special Effects within Visual Arts education and the potential engagement impact on varied learning styles and…

  • Pukekohe Mural Project

    Pukekohe Mural Project

    Elements of racism and segregation are still prevalent within the Franklin community. The documentary “No Māori Allowed” exposing this dark history throughout Aotearoa. Our response is the Pukekohe Mural Project,…

  • Art History for Juniors

    Art History for Juniors

    André Sampson will share tips about introducing Art History as a new subject, growing numbers in the subject, and improving results at senior levels in the practical arts through engaging…

  • Practical Workshop: The Basics of Drawing Kōwhaiwhai

    Practical Workshop: The Basics of Drawing Kōwhaiwhai

    Nigel Borell MNZM is a curator, writer, and artist who specialises in Māori art, in both customary and contemporary fields. Nigel has worked on three meeting house projects under tohunga…

  • Practical Workshop: Drawing Realistic Portraits

    Practical Workshop: Drawing Realistic Portraits

    In this workshop Zarahn shares some of the methods to realistic portrait drawing that he has developed through many, many hours of study.

  • Art historian fronts new doco showing how far Māori and Pasifika art have come

    Art historian fronts new doco showing how far Māori and Pasifika art have come

    Social researcher, fiction and poetry author, NZOM member and now presenter, Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku (Te Arawa and Tūhoe me Waikato) is the main face of the new documentary Waharoa:…

  • Indigenous 100 – ‘Mr G’ Graham Hoete

    Indigenous 100 – ‘Mr G’ Graham Hoete

    Today’s guest, Graham Hoete (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Awa), a.k.a. Mr G, is a self-taught artist who works across various mixed media but is probably best known for…

  • Tame Iti shares his journey through new art exhibition

    Tame Iti shares his journey through new art exhibition

    Te Reo Māori activist Tame Iti shares his journey through new art exhibition.

  • Te Rā Ringa Raupā – Reviving and preserving Māori history and the heritage of raranga

    Te Rā Ringa Raupā – Reviving and preserving Māori history and the heritage of raranga

    Over a five-day residency in early March 2021, Toi O Tāmaki Auckland Art Gallery hosted Te Tai Tokerau based rōpu kairaranga – Te Rā Ringa Raupā, mentored by Dr Maureen…

  • Land ownership

    Land ownership

    See major Crown acquisitions since 1840, including confiscations after the New Zealand Wars and peak Native Land Court era.

  • Treaty settlements

    Treaty settlements

    See the settlements of longstanding Treaty grievances between iwi and the Crown since the early 1990s to today.

  • He Whenua Rangatira. A Māori land

    He Whenua Rangatira. A Māori land

    See the history of Māori arrivals from 1200, European arrivals from 1642 and the signing of He Whakaputanga from 1835 to 1839.

  • The voyages of Te Tiriti o Waitangi

    The voyages of Te Tiriti o Waitangi

    See the voyage of the 9 sheets of the Treaty over 8 months in 1840 across New Zealand. The sheets went to 45 locations and gathered 542 signatures.

  • Women’s Suffrage Petition

    Women’s Suffrage Petition

    See the places across New Zealand that sheets of the Women’s Suffrage Petition were sent to gather signatures. The sheets were then sent back to Kate Sheppard in Christchurch. The…

  • He Whakaputanga — No wai te ringa i auaha i enei kupu

    He Whakaputanga — No wai te ringa i auaha i enei kupu

    Ki te kore He Whakaputanga, tērā pea kāore i puta mai te Tiriti o Waitangi. Haere mai ki te ako kōrero anō, ki He Tohu.

  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi – Ngā Oranga e Iwa

    Te Tiriti o Waitangi – Ngā Oranga e Iwa

    I pūkākā te ahi puta noa i te tāone. Ka peke ngā muramura atu i tētahi whare ki tētahi, me te horopuku i ngā whare… Ka ahatia Te Tiriti?

  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi — Nine Lives

    Te Tiriti o Waitangi — Nine Lives

    Fire raged through the town. Tongues of flame danced from house to house, devouring buildings whole… What would happen to Te Tiriti? You can see the original Treaty of Waitangi…

  • He Whakaputanga — Whose hand was it that crafted these words

    He Whakaputanga — Whose hand was it that crafted these words

    Here’s the story of the writing of He Whakaputanga. You can see the original He Whakaputanga document at the He Tohu exhibition.

  • Women’s Suffrage — Kicking down the door

    Women’s Suffrage — Kicking down the door

    Here’s the story of the Women’s Suffrage Petition being presented to Parliament. You can see the original Women’s Suffrage Petition at the He Tohu exhibition.

  • Te Whakamana Pōti Wahine

    Te Whakamana Pōti Wahine

    Here’s the story of the Women’s Suffrage Petition being presented to Parliament. You can see the original Women’s Suffrage Petition at the He Tohu exhibition.

  • Practical Workshop: Experimental Drawing

    Practical Workshop: Experimental Drawing

    Han Nae Kim gives us an insight into her creative process, experimenting with clay, ink, shellac, charcoal, and other drawing materials. Her practice explores collision, encounter, and splitting through a…

  • Wellington Sculpture Trust: A lasting impression

    Wellington Sculpture Trust: A lasting impression

    A video celebrating 25 Sculptures for Wellington City commissioned by the Wellington Sculpture Trust.

  • Meridian Energy Wind Sculptures

    Meridian Energy Wind Sculptures

    The video features five works: Zephyrometer by Phil Price, Pacific Grass by Kon Dimopoulos, Akau Tangi by Phil Dadson, Tower of Light by Andrew Drummond, Urban Forest by Leon van…

  • Richard Serra – Te Tuhirangi Contour ↗

    Richard Serra – Te Tuhirangi Contour ↗

    External link: A short documentary about Richard Serra’s work ‘Te Tuhirangi Contour’ at Gibb’s Farm in Kaipara Harbour.

  • Anish Kapoor – Dismemberment, Site 1 ↗

    Anish Kapoor – Dismemberment, Site 1 ↗

    External link: A short documentary about Anish Kapoor’s work ‘Dismemberment, Site 1’ at Gibbs Farm in Kaipara Harbour.

  • Eric Orr – Electrum (for Len Lye) ↗

    Eric Orr – Electrum (for Len Lye) ↗

    External link: A short documentary about Eric Orr’s work ‘Electrum (for Len Lye)’ at Gibbs Farm in Kaipara Harbour.

  • Bernar Venet – 88.5° ARC x 8 ↗

    Bernar Venet – 88.5° ARC x 8 ↗

    External link: A short documentary about Bernar Venet’s work ‘88.5° ARC x 8’ at Gibbs Farm in Kaipara Harbour.

  • Andy Goldsworthy – Arches ↗

    Andy Goldsworthy – Arches ↗

    External link: A short documentary about Andy Goldsworthy’s sculptural work ‘Arches’ at Gibbs Farm in Kaipara Harbour.

  • Art Ideas from the Tiny Studio 3

    Art Ideas from the Tiny Studio 3

    Join Lisa Terreni to explore what you can make using resources from recycling. Learn about how you can use recycled cardboard to make a puppet theatre.

  • Art Ideas from the Tiny Studio 2

    Art Ideas from the Tiny Studio 2

    Join Early Childhood Educator, Dr Lisa Terreni to explore what you can do using resources from recycled cardboard to showcase art and make toys.

  • Art Ideas from the Tiny Studio 1

    Art Ideas from the Tiny Studio 1

    Join Early Childhood Educator, Dr. Lisa Terreni to explore what art you can make using resources from recycling.

  • The Hui: The Art of Aute ↗

    The Hui: The Art of Aute ↗

    External link: “Aute is a traditional art form that nearly went extinct, but these three wāhine are leading the revival of this ancient Māori practice.”

  • Five Māori Painters at Auckland Art Gallery

    Five Māori Painters at Auckland Art Gallery

    Explore the foundations on which contemporary Māori painting is based through the works of Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Robyn Kahukiwa, Emily Karaka, Saffronn Te Ratana and Star Gossage.

  • Cliff Whiting Interview with Waka Huia

    Cliff Whiting Interview with Waka Huia

    TE RINGA TOI: He was born in a nīkau hut in Te Pōhue but Cliff Whiting (Te Whānau-a-Apanui) became one of the most influential Māori artists’ of our time.

  • Darcy Nicholas on Māori Art and Culture

    Darcy Nicholas on Māori Art and Culture

    Leading Māori Artist Darcy Nicholas, talks about his background and some of the lessons learnt growing up as a Māori in the 1950’s and 60’s.

  • Interview with Sandy Adsett

    Interview with Sandy Adsett

    “Twenty-five years on, Adsett talks about that mahi (work), the aspirations held for Rongomaraeroa and the challenges of realising them, the reasons behind some of the creative decisions made, as…

  • The Evolution of Māori Art over 20 years

    The Evolution of Māori Art over 20 years

    A feature about 20 years of Māori art being celebrated at the Toioho Exhibition in Palmerston North.

  • Patua: Māori Arts in Action (1996 Documentary)

    Patua: Māori Arts in Action (1996 Documentary)

    A documentary about the 1996 exhibition ‘Patua: Māori Arts in Action’ curated by Sandy Adsett held at City Gallery in Wellington.

  • Wai 262 (2006)

    Wai 262 (2006)

    In 1991 six tribes took a major claim to the Waitangi Tribunal, encompassing everything from intellectual rights to management of indigenous fauna…

  • What Really Happened – Waitangi Film

    What Really Happened – Waitangi Film

    This docudrama follows an imaginary news reporter who travels back in time to cover the days leading up to the Treaty of Waitangi’s signing on 6 February 1840.

  • Votes for Women Film (2012)

    Votes for Women Film (2012)

    In September 1893 New Zealand became the first country to grant all women the right to vote in parliamentary elections. This fly-on-the-wall docudrama reimagines this major achievement, following Kate Sheppard…

  • The Aotearoa History Show ↗

    The Aotearoa History Show ↗

    External Link: “Take a voyage through the history of New Zealand with The Aotearoa History Show from RNZ – a part-animated web-series that travels all the way through from 100…

  • Lost in Translation Series ↗

    Lost in Translation Series ↗

    External Link: “Inspired by an epiphany at the Waitangi Treaty grounds in 2000, and after learning New Zealand’s founding document was actually several pieces of paper, comedian Mike King…”

  • Ngā Tohu: Signatures

    Ngā Tohu: Signatures

    This multi award-winning TV drama follows a whānau taking a claim to the Waitangi tribunal, over plans by a Pākehā neighbour to build a resort on disputed land.

  • Te Karere on NZ History in Schools ↗

    Te Karere on NZ History in Schools ↗

    External Link: “With Māori Language Week in full swing, how fitting is the confirmation that our very own history will be compulsory in all schools within three years.”

  • Māori+ – Artefact Series ↗

    Māori+ – Artefact Series ↗

    External Link: “Time travel and delve into taonga both famous and obscure with Dame Anne Salmond, telling tremendous stories about our Aotearoa. Made with the support of NZ On Air.”

  • Musée d’Orsay YouTube ↗

    Musée d’Orsay YouTube ↗

    Translation: “Multidisciplinary museum exhibiting the richest collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings in the world in the former Gare d’Orsay in Paris”

  • The National Gallery YouTube ↗

    The National Gallery YouTube ↗

    “The Nation’s Gallery. The story of European art, masterpiece by masterpiece.”

  • MoMA YouTube ↗

    MoMA YouTube ↗

    “MoMA is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. Its extraordinary exhibitions and collection of modern and contemporary art …”

  • Musée du Louvre YouTube ↗

    Musée du Louvre YouTube ↗

    “There are plenty of good reasons to visit the Louvre! So many works of art to discover in this fabulous museum that used to be a palace!”

  • International Art Centre YouTube ↗

    International Art Centre YouTube ↗

    “Fine Art Dealers, Auctioneers & Valuers – Situated in the heart of Auckland’s historic Parnell, the International Art Centre has …”

  • The Met YouTube ↗

    The Met YouTube ↗

    “The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New…

  • Museo Nacional del Prado YouTube ↗

    Museo Nacional del Prado YouTube ↗

    Museo Nacional del Prado is a Spanish national art museum in Madrid.

  • National Gallery of Art YouTube ↗

    National Gallery of Art YouTube ↗

    “The National Gallery of Art serves the nation by welcoming all people to explore and experience art, creativity, and our shared humanity.”

  • Museo Reina Sofía YouTube ↗

    Museo Reina Sofía YouTube ↗

    “When the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía opened its doors in 1990, it stood as a modern, contemporary Spanish museum on an international scale.”

  • The Art Institute of Chicago YouTube ↗

    The Art Institute of Chicago YouTube ↗

    “Home to a collection of art that spans centuries and the globe, the Art Institute of Chicago is located in the heart of the city—and is one of TripAdvisor’s …”

  • The British Museum YouTube ↗

    The British Museum YouTube ↗

    “The British Museum Welcome to the British Museum Experience cultures across the globe, from the dawn of human history to the present.”

  • Victoria Miro YouTube ↗

    Victoria Miro YouTube ↗

    “Victoria Miro shows the work of established and emerging artists from the USA, Europe and Asia in an exhibition space close to the financial heart of …”

  • V&A Museums YouTube ↗

    V&A Museums YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to the family of art, design and performance museums, where everyone is invited to enjoy the power of creativity.”

  • Rijksmuseum YouTube ↗

    Rijksmuseum YouTube ↗

    “The museum of the Netherlands, in Amsterdam. 800 years of Dutch history, with the great Dutch masters as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh.”

  • Gagosian Gallery YouTube ↗

    Gagosian Gallery YouTube ↗

    “Gagosian is a global network of art galleries specializing in modern and contemporary art with nineteen exhibition spaces across New York, Los Angeles, …”

  • Van Gogh Museum YouTube ↗

    Van Gogh Museum YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to the Van Gogh Museum! See what’s on: Vincent van Gogh’s masterpieces, exhibitions, events, activities and more for all ages.”

  • The State Hermitage Museum YouTube ↗

    The State Hermitage Museum YouTube ↗

    Website for The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia.

  • Getty Center YouTube ↗

    Getty Center YouTube ↗

    “Getty advances and shares the world’s visual art and cultural heritage for the benefit of all.”

  • Vatican Museums YouTube ↗

    Vatican Museums YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to the Vatican Museums: one of the most important sites for the history of human civilization. Here, in the Museums of the Popes of Rome, built-up and enriched over…

  • Guggenheim YouTube ↗

    Guggenheim YouTube ↗

    “Committed to innovation, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation collects, preserves, and interprets modern and contemporary art, and explores ideas across cultures through dynamic curatorial and educational initiatives and collaborations.”

  • Tate Modern YouTube ↗

    Tate Modern YouTube ↗

    “Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives.”

  • Perrotin YouTube ↗

    Perrotin YouTube ↗

    “Perrotin, founded in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, is an art gallery located in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai.”

  • National Gallery of Australia YouTube ↗

    National Gallery of Australia YouTube ↗

    “The National Gallery’s evolving collection of over 155,000 works of art, created by more than 15,000 artists, includes the world’s largest collection of …”

  • Auckland Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    Auckland Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    “Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection numbering over 15000 works. These include major holdings …”

  • City Gallery Wellington YouTube ↗

    City Gallery Wellington YouTube ↗

    “City Gallery Wellington is a dynamic cultural presence in the capital city of Aotearoa New Zealand, showcasing contemporary art from New Zealand…”

  • Christchurch Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    Christchurch Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to the home of one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most important public art collections. We are open 10am to 5pm daily, and late nights on Wednesday …”

  • The Dowse Art Museum YouTube ↗

    The Dowse Art Museum YouTube ↗

    “The Dowse Art Museum is a free public gallery for people to enjoy contemporary art and culture.”

  • New Zealand Portrait Gallery Website ↗

    New Zealand Portrait Gallery Website ↗

    “The New Zealand Portrait Gallery Te Pūkenga Whakaata tell the stories of New Zealanders through the art of portraiture. The Gallery is located in Shed 11 on”

  • Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    “Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery is the purpose-built gallery of Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University.”

  • Waikato Museum YouTube ↗

    Waikato Museum YouTube ↗

    “Our exhibitions and activities tell the stories of this region and include visual art, social history, tangata whenua and science.”

  • Rotorua Museum YouTube ↗

    Rotorua Museum YouTube ↗

    “Kia ora and welcome to Rotorua Museum. Discover Rotorua’s rich culture, volatile landscape and dramatic history in this world-class museum.”

  • Canterbury Museum YouTube ↗

    Canterbury Museum YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to the Canterbury Museum. Explore New Zealand’s rich cultural and natural heritage. Learn about the past, present and future of Canterbury.”

  • Aigantighe Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    Aigantighe Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to the Aigantighe Art Gallery, the home of art in South Canterbury. With frequently changing exhibitions, we offer visitors exciting and inspiring opportunities to view the Gallery’s rich collection”

  • Te Manawa Museum YouTube ↗

    Te Manawa Museum YouTube ↗

    “A museum working beyond boundaries at the cultural heart of our city. Te Manawa draws art, science and heritage together to reflect our past, illuminate the present and inspire a…

  • The Suter Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    The Suter Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    “The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū is the public art gallery for the Nelson Tasman region. Located beside the Queens Gardens on the edge of downtown Nelson, The…

  • Aratoi YouTube ↗

    Aratoi YouTube ↗

    “Aratoi, Wairarapa Museum of Art and History provides high quality experiences of art, history and culture at its gallery in Masterton.”

  • Toitū Otago Settlers Museum YouTube ↗

    Toitū Otago Settlers Museum YouTube ↗

    “Toitῡ Otago Settlers Museum’s core collecting criterion is whether an object has significance to the history of Otago and its people. Collecting began in 1898, …”

  • Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision YouTube ↗

    Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision YouTube ↗

    “Ngā Taonga is the New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound. NZ’s audiovisual treasure trove, spanning the history of movie, radio and TV …”

  • The Arts Foundation YouTube ↗

    The Arts Foundation YouTube ↗

    “Te Tumu Toi. The home of Boosted and a nationwide community backing artists to make their mark on New Zealand.”

  • Artform YouTube ↗

    Artform YouTube ↗

    “Welcome to Artform Gallery, tucked away along the riverbank in picturesque Matakana village. Home to a considered selection of Aotearoa’s most skilled artists, showcasing stunning handcrafted Sculpture, Object and Wall…

  • Chartwell YouTube ↗

    Chartwell YouTube ↗

    “The Chartwell Collection is a collection of contemporary art from New Zealand and Australia that has been held on long term loan at the Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tamaki,…

  • Corban Estate Arts Centre YouTube ↗

    Corban Estate Arts Centre YouTube ↗

    “Corban Estate Arts Centre is home to the Homestead Galleries and Gallery Shop, various Artist Studios and Arts Organisations, Creative Workshops for the public, a Schools Education programme, a number…

  • Te Papa YouTube ↗

    Te Papa YouTube ↗

    “Te Papa is New Zealand’s bold and innovative national museum and a recognised world leader in interactive and visitor-focused museum experiences.”

  • Approaches to Integrated Assessment

    Approaches to Integrated Assessment

    Geoff Harris is the National Moderator for Visual Arts. In this presentation he discusses integrated assessment approaches that utilise practice-based research strategies to provide a wider scope of foundational knowledge…

  • NCEA RAS 2022 Hui

    NCEA RAS 2022 Hui

    Jennie Williams is the learning area lead for the Arts responsible for supporting the RAS team and part of the implementation and professional development process…

  • Approaches to Scholarship & Painting

    Approaches to Scholarship & Painting

    Katie Poynter is Head of Visual Arts at Rangitoto College where in 2021, despite extended lockdowns, 21 students achieved Scholarship, across three Visual Arts subjects…

  • Teaching Senior Photography

    Teaching Senior Photography

    Paul Stevens discusses his approach to teaching Photography at Senior Secondary levels, including sharing strategies and ideas for teaching Scholarship…

  • Approaches to Teaching Photography

    Approaches to Teaching Photography

    Jonathan Cameron has a MFA from Massey University and is the Arts Leader of Curriculum and Head of Visual Art at St Paul’s Collegiate in Hamilton…

  • Approaches to Teaching Sculpture

    Approaches to Teaching Sculpture

    Ros Cameron discusses ideas for teaching Sculpture and shares strategies for growing Sculpture at both Junior and Senior levels. Ros is based at Wellington East Girls’ College…

  • Improving Outcomes for Printmaking

    Improving Outcomes for Printmaking

    Esther Hansen shares strategies for improving print outcomes, with a focus on Junior Secondary and NCEA Level 1. Esther has an MFA in Fine Arts and has been teaching at…

  • Tips and Tricks for Teaching Sculpture

    Tips and Tricks for Teaching Sculpture

    Genevieve Craig shares her start to the year, processes to get ākonga up and going and ways to approach extending ideas and building on other disciplines…

  • DrawWithRob – Gregosaurus

    DrawWithRob – Gregosaurus

    Background: during the coronavirus quarantine period in Spring/Summer 2020, I realised that lots of people were going to find themselves at home with their children for several weeks/months looking for…

  • DRAW WITH ROB: Video Series ↗

    DRAW WITH ROB: Video Series ↗

    External Link: “When the coronavirus pandemic quarantine period began in Spring/Summer 2020, I realised that lots of people were going to find themselves at home”

  • Line-Sicles & Lines + Pop Art

    Line-Sicles & Lines + Pop Art

    In today’s #ArtDateWithMissKate, we will be learning about LINES and then create a Line-sicle artwork. You will need paper, a pencil, black marker, and crayons, as well as the line…

  • Value Scale Zentangle | Drawing Tutorial

    Value Scale Zentangle | Drawing Tutorial

    Learn how to use hatching, cross hatching and stippling to create value scales on a Zentangle method inspired artwork. All you need is a pen and a piece of paper…

  • Exquisite Corpse Drawing Game

    Exquisite Corpse Drawing Game

    This collaborative drawing game ends up with hilarious results that are just as crazy as the name Exquisite Corpse. Exquisite Corpse is a drawing game invented by Surrealist artists to…

  • Sparketh: Video Lessons ↗

    Sparketh: Video Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Give Your Child The Best Art Education At Home”

  • Drawing Challenge: Continuous Line

    Drawing Challenge: Continuous Line

    One Continuous Line – theartproject – March 23, 2020 chad brown

  • Learn How to Draw for Beginners

    Learn How to Draw for Beginners

    What do you need to start drawing and learn art and illustration? Just paper and pencil. We’re not going to get too fancy in this first class. We will start…

  • Whaea Bec: Art Segments (2020) ↗

    Whaea Bec: Art Segments (2020) ↗

    External Link: “This channel has art segments that were made for Home Learning TV | Papa Kāinga TV during the New Zealand 2020 covid-19 rāhui.”

  • CIRCUIT: Streaming Videos ↗

    CIRCUIT: Streaming Videos ↗

    External Link: “We are the leading voice for artist moving image in Aotearoa New Zealand”

  • TedEd ↗

    TedEd ↗

    External Link: “Browse hundreds of TED-Ed Animations and TED Talks – designed to spark the curiosity of your learners.”

  • Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu ↗

    Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu ↗

    External Link: “This web series profiles nine Ngāi Tahu artists, all working in different mediums. Weavers Reihana Parata and Morehu Flutey-Henare…”

  • The Big Art Trip ↗

    The Big Art Trip ↗

    External Link: “The Big Art Trip was a TVNZ arts series that took the form of a road trip around New Zealand visiting artists in their homes or studios.”

  • Marks of Mana – Moko Kauae Stories

    Marks of Mana – Moko Kauae Stories

    Part 2 of the award winning documentary ‘Marks of Mana’ looks at the stories of Moko Kauae in the Maori communities and the history of this age old taonga. ‘Marks…

  • Dali: Destino – Walt Disney (2003)

    Dali: Destino – Walt Disney (2003)

    Destino is an animated short film released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company. Destino is unique in that its production originally began in 1945, 58 years before its eventual…

  • Art Forgers Masterclass ↗

    Art Forgers Masterclass ↗

    External Link: “My name is John Myatt in my time I’ve been a teacher a painter and an art forger. In 1999 I was jailed for forging over 200 paintings…

  • Abstract: The Art of Design ↗

    Abstract: The Art of Design ↗

    External Link: “Step inside the minds of the most innovative designers in a variety of disciplines and learn how design impacts every aspect of life.”

  • Artist’s Process: Preparatory Drawing

    Artist’s Process: Preparatory Drawing

    Join MoMA educator Francis Estrada to look closely at Kerry James Marshall’s work and learn about his process of making preparatory drawings…

  • Make Dinosaur Sculptures with Boxes

    Make Dinosaur Sculptures with Boxes

    In this art lesson tutorial you will see how to turn an empty breakfast cereal box in to a Dinosaur sculpture. This is a perfect activity for in school or…

  • AICP Sponsor Reel Director’s Cut

    AICP Sponsor Reel Director’s Cut

    Motion capture, procedural animation and dynamic simulations combine to create a milieu of iconic pop dance moves that become an explosion of colorful fur, feathers, particles and more.

  • Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems

    Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems

    When I became the Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence, I didn’t realize the most impactful word in that title would be ‘Residence.’…

  • One Day, One Theme: Weekly Project

    One Day, One Theme: Weekly Project

    About CreativeLive: CreativeLive unleashes your creative potential by connecting you directly with the world’s most inspiring visionaries…

  • Non Dominant Hand Drawing

    Non Dominant Hand Drawing

    About CreativeLive: CreativeLive unleashes your creative potential by connecting you directly with the world’s most inspiring visionaries…

  • Drawing for Beginners Workshop

    Drawing for Beginners Workshop

    Materials needed: – 2B pencil (any pencil will work) – paper – eraser – sharpener…

  • How to Draw Realistic Lips

    How to Draw Realistic Lips

    In this drawing tutorial I explain how to draw realistic lips and mouth. It is a do’s and don’ts step by step art tutorial, you will see common mistakes beginners…

  • How to Shade with Pencil for Beginners

    How to Shade with Pencil for Beginners

    To shade realistic pencil portraits, here are 3 things you’ll need to learn. There are more, but I’ll cover them in future videos…

  • Drawing Tips

    Drawing Tips

    Tips for drawing with confidence and conviction

  • What Is Entopic Graphomania?

    What Is Entopic Graphomania?

    In this installment of our weekly project series, Brooks Chambers explains what entopic graphomania means, and how to do it yourself. Want to take your skills one step further? Join…

  • Colin McCahon: I Am (2004) ↗

    Colin McCahon: I Am (2004) ↗

    This documentary looks at the life and work of New Zealand’s most celebrated painter, Colin McCahon.

  • Ralph Hotere (1974)

    Ralph Hotere (1974)

    Directed by Sam Pillsbury, this 1974 film observes Ralph Hotere — one of New Zealand’s greatest artists — at a moment when excitement is gathering about his work…

  • Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu (2017) ↗

    Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu (2017) ↗

    External Link: “This web series profiles nine Ngāi Tahu artists, all working in different mediums. Weavers Reihana Parata and Morehu Flutey-Henare,”

  • How to Look at a Painting (2011)

    How to Look at a Painting (2011)

    Curator Justin Paton investigates the allure of portraits in this episode of a series inspired by his award-winning book How to Look at a Painting…

  • Reflections – Gretchen Albrecht (2006) ↗

    Reflections – Gretchen Albrecht (2006) ↗

    External Link: “From the late 1980s, Gretchen Albrecht’s richly-coloured large abstract paintings made her reputation in New Zealand.”

  • Pacific Ikon (1998)

    Pacific Ikon (1998)

    Director Stewart Main talked to artist Pat Hanly about life as painter and activist for 1998 documentary Pacific Ikon, from which this excerpt is taken. Interviewed at his Mt Eden…

  • Profiles – Richard Killeen (1983)

    Profiles – Richard Killeen (1983)

    Auckland artist Richard Killeen is profiled in this 1983 episode of a series about notable New Zealand painters and sculptors…

  • Profiles – Jeffrey Harris (1983)

    Profiles – Jeffrey Harris (1983)

    Dunedin-based painter Jeffrey Harris is profiled in this episode from a 1983 arts series. Harris talks about his quest for intensity and impact…

  • Velvet Dreams (1997) ↗

    Velvet Dreams (1997) ↗

    “A homage to Dusky Maiden images as well as a playful take on the low art of velvet painting, Sima Urale’s Velvet Dreams”

  • Profiles – Tony Fomison (1981)

    Profiles – Tony Fomison (1981)

    New Zealand painter Tony Fomison is profiled in this 1981 episode of a series about notable artists. Interviewed by Hamish Keith, Fomison is an engaging but diffident subject — describing…

  • Painting with Tea

    Painting with Tea

    You’ve seen painting with coffee… now there’s… painting with tea!

  • Painting with Soy Sauce

    Painting with Soy Sauce

    Today I try to paint with… a very popular “Painting with ___” challenge request… and… I’m… scared…! SOY SAUCE! ACK! HERE WE GO!

  • Painting with Coffee

    Painting with Coffee

    WOW. I can’t believe how pleased I am with how this coffee illustration turned out! I was terrified, but… looks good!

  • 2 Watercolor Challenge

    2 Watercolor Challenge

    It’s the two watercolor challenge! I’m very happy with this one… can you tell?!

  • Tips for Artist Block (Painting)

    Tips for Artist Block (Painting)

    Staring at a blank canvas or sheet of paper because you have art block or artist block can be horrible. I know how it feels to have no idea what…

  • 10 Acrylic Painting Tips for Beginners

    10 Acrylic Painting Tips for Beginners

    In this video I’m sharing the tips I have learned so far from working with acrylics! These are pretty basic tips but these are things that have been really helping…

  • Tutorial: Acrylic Landscape Painting

    Tutorial: Acrylic Landscape Painting

    Learn how to paint using acrylics! Our simple landscape tutorial has tons of tips that will help you learn the basic techniques of creating acrylic paintings.

  • How to Paint Green Summer Trees P3

    How to Paint Green Summer Trees P3

    This step-by-step painting tutorial by Artist Will Kemp shows you how to create an impressionist green Summer landscape with Acrylics and develop your landscape painting techniques…

  • How to Paint Green Summer Trees P2

    How to Paint Green Summer Trees P2

    This step-by-step painting tutorial by Artist Will Kemp shows you how to create an impressionist green Summer landscape with Acrylics and develop your landscape painting techniques…

  • How to Paint Green Summer Trees P1

    How to Paint Green Summer Trees P1

    This step-by-step painting tutorial by Artist Will Kemp shows you how to create an impressionist green Summer landscape with Acrylics and develop your landscape painting techniques…

  • Creating Paintings in Watercolor

    Creating Paintings in Watercolor

    Watercolor Painting and Drawing is fun, it’s excitement, it’s passion, it’s imagination! Happy Painting everyone!…

  • Oil Painting Guide: Reflections

    Oil Painting Guide: Reflections

    Oil painting techniques and instruction from renowned artist Bill Martin…

  • Oil Painting Guide: Color Wheel

    Oil Painting Guide: Color Wheel

    Oil painting techniques and instruction from renowned artist Bill Martin…

  • Oil Painting Guide: Contrast

    Oil Painting Guide: Contrast

    Oil painting techniques and instruction from renowned artist Bill Martin…

  • Oil Painting Guide: Texture

    Oil Painting Guide: Texture

    Oil painting techniques and instruction from renowned artist Bill Martin…

  • Oil Painting Guide: Color As Distance

    Oil Painting Guide: Color As Distance

    Oil painting techniques and instruction from renowned artist Bill Martin. These videos can help you learn how to paint in oils or improve your painting skills.

  • Oil Painting Guide: Five Basic Shapes

    Oil Painting Guide: Five Basic Shapes

    Oil painting techniques and instruction from renowned artist Bill Martin. These videos can help you learn how to paint in oils or improve your painting skills…

  • Acrylic Painting Tips for Beginners

    Acrylic Painting Tips for Beginners

    Learn several blending techniques and tips in acrylic painting with artist Bob Davies in this acrylic painting tutorial…

  • Simple Acrylic Blending Technique

    Simple Acrylic Blending Technique

    In this tutorial, you will learn how to mix your own colors & the best method for acrylic blending technique. Blending is a tricky painting technique to master with acrylic…

  • Cloud Acrylic Painting Tutorial

    Cloud Acrylic Painting Tutorial

    In this video, we will learn how to use acrylic paints to create some fluffy white clouds. We will go through the painting process step by step to make some…

  • Fluffy Cloud Acrylic Tutorial

    Fluffy Cloud Acrylic Tutorial

    In this acrylic painting video, we will learn how to create some fluffy clouds. We will go through the painting process step by step to make some realistic clouds, and…

  • How To: Transfer Drawing onto Canvas

    How To: Transfer Drawing onto Canvas

    In this tutorial, I demonstrate how to transfer a drawing or a picture onto your canvas without using a projector, tracing paper, or carbon paper. This is a part of…

  • Controlling Acrylic Drying Time

    Controlling Acrylic Drying Time

    Demonstration of the key factors in controlling the drying time of acrylic paints. We’ll show how time, temperature, humidity, paint thickness, air-flow, and absorbency impact the way acrylic paint dries.

  • How to Keep Acrylic Paint Wet

    How to Keep Acrylic Paint Wet

    Have you ever used acrylic paint, turned away for just a second and it seemed like it dried instantly? This is one of the biggest drawbacks of working with acrylic.…

  • Awesome Acrylic Pouring Techniques

    Awesome Acrylic Pouring Techniques

    My TOP 10 Acrylic Pouring Compilation – which fluid technique is your favorite and which one you would like to see more often? These pouring techniques are some of my…

  • Acrylic Painting Techniques: Palette

    Acrylic Painting Techniques: Palette

    Acrylic painting technique to learn how to layout a simple limited palette for acrylic paint colours using a stay-wet palette with professional award-winning artist Will Kemp.

  • Acrylic Painting Techniques

    Acrylic Painting Techniques

    This video will walk you through some of the basic techniques with acrylic paint. These techniques will work with any type – but for your reference I am using Liquitex…

  • Layering Acrylics

    Layering Acrylics

    Second video in my “Acrylics 101” series. We’ll see if it goes beyond this.

  • Oil Painting for Beginners

    Oil Painting for Beginners

    A video on the basics of oil painting for beginners willing to try oil painting. A simple tutorial with everything you need to have a good start : techniques and…

  • 10 Tips for Oil Painting: Beginners

    10 Tips for Oil Painting: Beginners

    Ten things I wish I knew before I started oil painting: 0:00 Surface is fundamental; 2:28 Let it dry; 4:52 Don’t go too fluid; 6:35 Let paint dry however it…

  • How to Match Any Color with Oil Paint

    How to Match Any Color with Oil Paint

    From Draw Mix Paint on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@DrawMixPaint

  • How to Make Oil Paint Dry Faster

    How to Make Oil Paint Dry Faster

    In this video, I talk about 4 ways to speed up the drying time of oil paint. The drying time of oil paints depends on a number of factors, and…

  • How to Paint a Portrait in Oil Paint

    How to Paint a Portrait in Oil Paint

    In this complete tutorial I show step by step how I paint this portrait in oil paint.

  • Build Tall Sculpture with No Art Supplies

    Build Tall Sculpture with No Art Supplies

    This video shows what happened when 9-to-13-year-old students did my Tower Sculpture Challenge. The #stayathome art lesson asked students to build a tower sculpture as tall as themselves without the…

  • Collage Sculpture ft. Peter Madden

    Collage Sculpture ft. Peter Madden

    What is “collage sculpture”? What do Wunderkammer, women’s 19th century scrapbooks, Dada, Surrealism, Mycorrhizal networks, and an old pair of shoes have to do with each other? My new video…

  • Learn One Min Sculptures

    Learn One Min Sculptures

    I devised the “One-minute Sculpture Learning Project” following the example of Austrian artist Erwin Wurm. It was first realised by 11 to 13-year-old students at the American Elementary School of…

  • How to Make Sculpture

    How to Make Sculpture

    My new video “Supersize Your World” is part 3 of 4 sculpture lessons for elementary (primary) school students, that is ideal for remote learning and home-schooling. Each of the videos…

  • Christo and Jeanne-Claude Projects

    Christo and Jeanne-Claude Projects

    This ‘Highlights’ video celebrates 63 years of art activity by the renowned duo Christo (1935-2020) and Jeanne Claude (1935-2009) by showing all their monumental environmental works of art, a selection…

  • How to Cast Like Whiteread

    How to Cast Like Whiteread

    You can cast just about anything. For this how to, inspired by Rachel Whiteread’s use of domestic objects, we cast a light bulb…

  • How to Make a Pot Like Grayson Perry

    How to Make a Pot Like Grayson Perry

    Follow our step-by-step guide to building a coil pot with ceramicist Freya Bramble-Carter. The whole process can take up to a couple of weeks, depending on the speed in which…

  • Doodlin’ – Impressions of Len Lye ↗

    Doodlin’ – Impressions of Len Lye ↗

    External Link: “This documentary, made seven years after the death of legendary filmmaker and kinetic artist Len Lye”

  • Flip & Two Twisters ↗

    Flip & Two Twisters ↗

    External Link: “Flip & Two Twisters is Shirley Horrocks’ documentary about New Zealand-born artist Len Lye. Motion maestro Lye’s international reputation”

  • J Boland with H Freeth & S Eady

    J Boland with H Freeth & S Eady

    Gallery Educator Jen Boland introduces guest artists Harry Freeth and Scott Eady who demonstrate how to create clay self-portraits – blindfolded!

  • The Big Art Trip ↗

    The Big Art Trip ↗

    External Link: “Central North Island art is spotlighted in this episode of the road trip arts show. Douglas Lloyd Jenkins and Nick Ward ”

  • Swinging the Lambeth Walk ↗

    Swinging the Lambeth Walk ↗

    External Link: “Inspired by a song in 1937 musical Me and My Girl, ‘The Lambeth Walk’ was a popular dance named after a working class area of London.”

  • Profiles – Greer Twiss ↗

    Profiles – Greer Twiss ↗

    External Link: “Sculptor (and future Arts Foundation Icon) Greer Twiss is profiled in this episode of the early 80s series about notable artists.”

  • Questions for Mr Reynolds ↗

    Questions for Mr Reynolds ↗

    External Link: “The work of artist John Reynolds takes in painting, photography, clothes, tattooing and landscaping. Director Shirley Horrocks frames this 65-minute Artsville documentary as a series of questions”

  • Intent to Construct ↗

    Intent to Construct ↗

    External Link: “Pacific Monarch by New Zealand sculptor Paul Dibble was installed in front of the Manawatu Art Gallery, Palmerston North, in 1995.”

  • Profiles – Neil Dawson ↗

    Profiles – Neil Dawson ↗

    External Link: “Sculptor Neil Dawson — who later created major public art works including The Chalice in Cathedral Square, and Ferns in Wellington’s Civic Square”

  • Falls the Shadow ↗

    Falls the Shadow ↗

    External Link: “In this documentary, artist Helen Pollock discusses her sculpture Falls the Shadow. Using clay from the Coromandel and the”

  • When a Warrior Dies ↗

    When a Warrior Dies ↗

    External Link: “The capture and release of the French agents who bombed the Greenpeace ship, Rainbow Warrior was not the end of the affair.”

  • Between the Memory and the Silence ↗

    Between the Memory and the Silence ↗

    External Link: “Auckland artist Helen Pollock memorialised WWl and her own “wonderful” father’s history, in sculptures that reside at the Royal New Zealand Navy Museum”

  • Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu ↗

    Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu ↗

    External Link: “This web series profiles nine Ngāi Tahu artists, all working in different mediums. Weavers Reihana Parata and Morehu Flutey-Henare,”

  • DPAGArt@School Cool Rules

    DPAGArt@School Cool Rules

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, explores pattern and colour ‘rules’ in our next Art@School series.

  • Abstract: The Art of Design ↗

    Abstract: The Art of Design ↗

    External Link: “Step inside the minds of the most innovative designers in a variety of disciplines and learn how design impacts every aspect of life.”

  • DPAGart@school: Monoprinting

    DPAGart@school: Monoprinting

    Gallery Educator demonstrates different mono-printing techniques in this workshop video.

  • DPAGart@school: Foam Printing

    DPAGart@school: Foam Printing

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, demonstrates foam printing in this online workshop!

  • Artist Profile: Michaela Stoneman

    Artist Profile: Michaela Stoneman

    Michaela Stoneman is a talented printmaker making a name for herself from the small rural town of Patea. Her work is informed by her curiosity for the world around her…

  • Daniel Moynihan: A Rare Beast

    Daniel Moynihan: A Rare Beast

    Moynihan’s unique and deeply informed process of printmaking has evolved through 50 years of practice. He talks of his formative years in Melbourne, Udo Sellback and the formation of the…

  • Armitage – ‘Back to the Drawing Board’

    Armitage – ‘Back to the Drawing Board’

    A short film in which Marthe describes her design and printing process.

  • Collagraph Printmaking by Jet James

    Collagraph Printmaking by Jet James

    Artist & Printmaker Jet James reveals his techniques in viscosity printing using his unique collagraph plates.

  • Fabricated Narratives

    Fabricated Narratives

    An exhibition by four New Zealand based artists. ‘Fabricating the narrative through multi-disciplined arts practice and collaborative negotiation’. Artists: Alysn Midgelow-Marsden, Di Halstead, Helene Carpenter, Marianda Twydell.

  • California Artist Prints Her Activism

    California Artist Prints Her Activism

    Favianna Rodriguez is a visual artist and community organizer who merges her artistic practice with her political activism. Through her bold, vivid artwork, she has become a leading voice in…

  • Edgar Degas | MoMA LIVE

    Edgar Degas | MoMA LIVE

    Edgar Degas is best known as a painter and chronicler of the ballet, yet his work as a printmaker reveals the true extent of his restless experimentation. MoMA director Glenn…

  • Monoprinting with Plastic Bags & Eggshells

    Monoprinting with Plastic Bags & Eggshells

    I’m often asked what type of plastic works best for this method of making monoprints, as you can see in this demo, recycled bags are ideal and can be used…

  • 3 Color Monoprinting Portrait Experiment

    3 Color Monoprinting Portrait Experiment

    I wanted to return to the monoprinting I had been doing a few months ago. I used a drawing I had already done. and I made a monoprint on another…

  • Printing Monotypes: Textures

    Printing Monotypes: Textures

    In the final layers of colour, I add in impressions from textured materials and mark making with a stick, card and cotton buds. These go over previous layers to give…

  • Monoprinting Technique: Oil Stick

    Monoprinting Technique: Oil Stick

    I first made this demo using Winsor & Newton oil bars about 2 years ago, I always thought it could be improved and wanted to return to this method as…

  • A New Method to Monoprint

    A New Method to Monoprint

    This might not be a new method for you. but it was new to me. I really enjoyed it. I learned it from this great teacher, Heather Sulzen, over at…

  • Monoprinting Portrait Techniques

    Monoprinting Portrait Techniques

    This is really just me trying out new things and experimenting. I hope it is helpful to others. I hope it is inspiring…

  • Monoprinting using Ink and Mark Making

    Monoprinting using Ink and Mark Making

    Take masking tape and pull out strips which mark out a border at the bottom and left side of an A4 piece of paper. Pull the paper down so that…

  • Monoprinting Techniques

    Monoprinting Techniques

    Quick description of two printing techniques.

  • Out of the Matrix | RMIT University

    Out of the Matrix | RMIT University

    This new printmaking exhibition at RMIT Gallery focuses the spotlight on the outstanding traditions of RMIT printmakers and reveals new work that ranges from the analogue, digital, spatial, traditional and…

  • How To: Drypoint Etching Print

    How To: Drypoint Etching Print

    This is a beginner to intermediate demonstration of printing a drypoint etching from recycled plastic food containers without a press.

  • Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu ↗

    Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu ↗

    External Link: “This web series profiles nine Ngāi Tahu artists, all working in different mediums.”

  • Peter Peryer Documentary

    Peter Peryer Documentary

    Ever wondered why artist Peter Peryer photographed himself holding a chicken? This documentary provides the answer…

  • Fiona Pardington Profile

    Fiona Pardington Profile

    In this extract Pardington works with her brother Neil, and discusses her life path: her Māori roots, wanting to be a photographer at her Māori roots, wanting to be a…

  • DPAGart@School: Matariki Kite

    DPAGart@School: Matariki Kite

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, demonstrates how to make a special kite to celebrate Matariki.

  • DPAGart@School: Tondo

    DPAGart@School: Tondo

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, demonstrates how to create circular artworks!

  • DPAGArt@School: Hidden

    DPAGArt@School: Hidden

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, presents a workshop on concealing and revealing details of an image using masking tape and paint.

  • DPAGArt@School Story Stones

    DPAGArt@School Story Stones

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, demonstrates how to make and use story stones.

  • DPAGArt@School Cool Rules

    DPAGArt@School Cool Rules

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, explores pattern and colour ‘rules’ in our next Art@School series.

  • DPAGart@home: Bubble Buddies

    DPAGart@home: Bubble Buddies

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, shows you how to make an artwork at home using bubbles as a starting point!

  • DPAGart@home: Windows

    DPAGart@home: Windows

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, shows you how to make pictures of rooms with very unexpected views through the window!

  • DPAGart@home: Wonder-wool

    DPAGart@home: Wonder-wool

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, shows you how to incorporate the wonder of wool into an artwork!

  • DPAGart@home: Bubble

    DPAGart@home: Bubble

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, shows you how to make bubble paintings!

  • DPAGart@home: Razzle Dazzle

    DPAGart@home: Razzle Dazzle

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, shows you how to create some ‘razzle dazzle’ using pattern, colour and repetition!

  • DPAGart@home: Flip Flops

    DPAGart@home: Flip Flops

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, shows you how to make a flip-flop!

  • DPAGart@home: Life Lines

    DPAGart@home: Life Lines

    Gallery Educator, John Neumegen, shows you how to make a unique artwork for every person in your bubble!

  • DPAGart@home: Sticky Stuff

    DPAGart@home: Sticky Stuff

    Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, shows you how to turn a sticky situation into an extraordinary artwork!

  • DPAGart@home: Build a Room

    DPAGart@home: Build a Room

    Gallery educator, Jen Boland, shows you how to a build a room in a very unlikely object.

  • DPAGart@home: Carton Critters

    DPAGart@home: Carton Critters

    In this DPAGart@home clip, Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, creates quirky and diverse creatures from egg cartons!

  • DPAGart@home: Dandelion

    DPAGart@home: Dandelion

    In our first DPAGart@home clip, Gallery Educator, Jen Boland, finds painting inspiration in the garden and demonstrates some practical and fun ways for children to make their own painting of…

  • Annie Frear Interview

    Annie Frear Interview

    Grip Annie Frear trained in television production at the ABC in Australia, and then returned to New Zealand and forged a distinguished film career…

  • The Florian Habicht Collection ↗

    The Florian Habicht Collection ↗

    External Link: “Florian Habicht first won attention for 2003’s Woodenhead, a fairytale about a rubbish dump worker and a princess.”

  • Rachael Rakena: Te Reo and her work

    Rachael Rakena: Te Reo and her work

    For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week 2015, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery invites 5 Māori artists to talk about the use of te…

  • Lisa Reihana: Te Reo and her work

    Lisa Reihana: Te Reo and her work

    For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week 2015, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery invites 5 Māori artists to talk about the use of te…

  • Darryn George: Te Reo and his work

    Darryn George: Te Reo and his work

    For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week 2015, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery invited 5 Māori artists to talk about the use of te…

  • Shannon Te Ao: Te Reo and his work

    Shannon Te Ao: Te Reo and his work

    For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week 2015, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery invited 5 Māori artists to talk about the use of te…

  • Lonnie Hutchinson: Te Reo and her work

    Lonnie Hutchinson: Te Reo and her work

    For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week 2015, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery invites 5 Māori artists to talk about the use of te…

  • Māori+: Artefact Series ↗

    Māori+: Artefact Series ↗

    External Link: “Time travel and delve into taonga both famous and obscure with Dame Anne Salmond, telling tremendous stories about our Aotearoa.”

  • Toi Stories – Rika & Mohi ↗

    Toi Stories – Rika & Mohi ↗

    External Link: “In Episode 5 of Toi Stories we meet Tawhanga Rika and Hohua Mohi, who share their knowledge and insight into Moko.”

  • Toi Stories – Leonard & Kiel ↗

    Toi Stories – Leonard & Kiel ↗

    External Link: “In Episode 4 of Toi Stories we meet weaving expert Karl Leonard and poi princess Lahaina Kiel, who share their knowledge and insight into po”

  • Toi Stories – Kawana & Horo ↗

    Toi Stories – Kawana & Horo ↗

    External Link: “In Episode 3 of Toi Stories we meet Tawaroa Kawana and Horomona Horo, who share their knowledge and insight into taonga puoro.”

  • Toi Stories – Tiuka & Balzer ↗

    Toi Stories – Tiuka & Balzer ↗

    External Link: “In Episode 2 of Toi Stories we meet visual artists Kylie Tiuka and Regan Balzer, who share their knowledge and insight into mahi toi.”

  • Toi Stories – Waititi & Bidois ↗

    Toi Stories – Waititi & Bidois ↗

    External Link: “In Episode 1 of Toi Stories, we meet carvers Kawana Waititi and Whare Bidois based in Rotorua, who share their knowledge and insight into mah”

  • How to Print Like Warhol | Tate

    How to Print Like Warhol | Tate

    Discover how artist Andy Warhol made his colourful and iconic silkscreen prints. From Brillo boxes and black bean soup to portraits of films stars, Andy Warhol is famous for his…

  • Degas: A Strange New Beauty

    Degas: A Strange New Beauty

    MoMA curator Jodi Hauptman and conservator Karl Buchberg explore Degas’s monotype process with printmakers Andrew Mockler and Jennifer Marshall of Jungle Press Editions.

  • Reihana: in Pursuit of Venus [infected]

    Reihana: in Pursuit of Venus [infected]

    A potent artwork created in response to a formative period in the history of the Pacific, Lisa Reihana’s stunning 26-metre wide, 32-minute long installation animates and reimagines the famous 19th-century…

  • Animation in Premiere Pro Tutorial

    Animation in Premiere Pro Tutorial

    Add depth and drama to landscapes by making parts of the scenery move in different ways…

  • Flipgrid For Arts Teachers

    Flipgrid For Arts Teachers

    Amy Blackwell discusses Flipgrid For Arts Teachers on April 7, 2020.

  • TAG: Dog Portrait Tutorial

    TAG: Dog Portrait Tutorial

    Re-create this fabulous dog picture inspired by Mr G! You’ll need: Paper Pencil Crayons Dye or food colouring; Brush Black feltpen; Cardboard Scissors; Cellophane or glad wrap; Felt tip pens…

  • TAG: Cardboard Building

    TAG: Cardboard Building

    Construct a cardboard building, Angie, Tauranga Art Gallery educator is inspired by a previous exhibition “Future Islands’ and shows us how.

  • Learn How to Draw for Beginners

    Learn How to Draw for Beginners

    What do you need to start drawing and learn art and illustration? Just paper and pencil. We’re not going to get too fancy in this first class. We will start…

  • Hero: Nigel Borrell Webinar

    Hero: Nigel Borrell Webinar

    This is a replay of the webinar HERO: The Heroic Journey of the Contemporary Maori Artist, with Nigel Borell and Kura Te Waru Rewiri, originally livecast on Sunday 26 July…

  • Whakairo: Hetaraka and Makoare Webinar

    Whakairo: Hetaraka and Makoare Webinar

    This is an edited replay of the WHAKAIRO webinar: A Conversation with Te Warahi Hetaraka and Bernard Makoare, originally livestreamed on Sunday, 05 July 2020.

  • Hono: Phil Wihongi Webinar

    Hono: Phil Wihongi Webinar

    This is an edited replay of the HONO webinar: Connecting Space, Place and Ngāpuhi with Ngāpuhi designer, Phil Wihongi, originally livestreamed on Sunday, 12 July 2020.

  • Word Stacks with Brooks Chambers

    Word Stacks with Brooks Chambers

    CreativeLive unleashes your creative potential by connecting you directly with the world’s most inspiring visionaries.

  • Learn to Draw

    Learn to Draw

    … In Learn to Draw Part 1, Lasse Pekkala shares how to relax into drawing, warm ups to help you connect your hand with the page, and beginning sketching techniques.

  • How to Draw Anything with Illustrator

    How to Draw Anything with Illustrator

    This is a recorded version of a seminar about drawing techniques in Adobe Illustrator CC. You can learn a lot of useful methods about the Pen Tool and its alternatives…

  • Adobe Illustrator for Beginners Course

    Adobe Illustrator for Beginners Course

    This free Adobe Illustrator course is aimed at helping beginners learn how to use Adobe Illustrator easily and quickly.

  • Guide: How to Use Colored Pencil

    Guide: How to Use Colored Pencil

    This video is the ultimate colored pencil guide for beginners. I go through how to use colored pencils! I talk about the best materials for colored pencils, how to pick…

  • How to Paint a Snowscene P2

    How to Paint a Snowscene P2

    …This step-by-step painting tutorial by Artist Will Kemp shows you how to create an impressionist snowscene with Acrylics and develop your landscape painting techniques.

  • How to Paint a Snowscene P1

    How to Paint a Snowscene P1

    …This step-by-step painting tutorial by Artist Will Kemp shows you how to create an impressionist snowscene with Acrylics and develop your landscape painting techniques.

  • How to Paint Like Frank Bowling | Tate

    How to Paint Like Frank Bowling | Tate

    [Bowling’s] paintings use a variety of bright acrylic paint colours and embedded objects that create unusual but mesmerising compositions. Two of his most well-known paintings in Tate’s collection include ‘Spreadout…

  • Moko: Kai Tā, Graham Tipene Webinar

    Moko: Kai Tā, Graham Tipene Webinar

    This is an edited replay of the Toi Ngāpuhi MOKO webinar: How Tā Moko Changes My Life Profoundly with Kai Tā, Graham Tipene, originally livestreamed on Sunday, 19 July 2020.

  • Create vector-style images in Photoshop

    Create vector-style images in Photoshop

    In this tutorial, I’ll run through an approach to create a vector or vexel style treatment using a few key tools in Adobe Photoshop. This look will draw some inspiration…

  • The Role of Sketching in Graphic Design

    The Role of Sketching in Graphic Design

    Today we’re taking a look at what role sketching plays when making a design.

  • Mata Aho Collective & Andre Te Hira

    Mata Aho Collective & Andre Te Hira

    The artists explain how they created the new public artwork “And only sea” around the Central Library on Victoria Street. Designed by Mata Aho Collective in collaboration with Andre Te…

  • Artist Profile: Tyrone Ohia

    Artist Profile: Tyrone Ohia

    Learn more about Tyrone and his approach to design, as he talks about the process of creating the distinctive visual identity for the Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Emma Wise – Moving into Moving Image

    2021 Conference Presentation: Emma Wise – Moving into Moving Image

    This presentation is a case study on the Kerikeri High School Art Department’s journey into Digital Moving Image (DMI). Hear about the challenges and opportunities DMI has presented for Visual…

  • 2021 Conference Presentation: Bruce Potter – Maintaining Artistic Integrity in a World Which Revolves Around Money

    2021 Conference Presentation: Bruce Potter – Maintaining Artistic Integrity in a World Which Revolves Around Money

    As an award-winning illustrator, author and publisher who’s been self-employed in New Zealand for over 30 years, Bruce knows how tough it is to maintain one’s own artistic integrity. In…