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Te Waka Toi project grants - 2nd funding round

Te Waka Toi project grants
2nd funding round 2002-2003

Te Waka Toi: Experiencing Maori Arts
DANCE
Toa Toa Urban Maori Pacific Dance Champs: towards staging a contemporary Maori dance competition
$20,000
FINE ARTS
Puoro Matariki: towards an exhibition celebrating Matariki
$7,500
Nga Uri o Tamaterangi: towards developing a multi-media art exhibition
$3,500
Megan Tamati-Quennell and Ngahiraka Mason: towards an exhibition supporting the launch of the Maori “Merchant of Venice” in London
$15,000
MAORI PERFORMING ARTS
Kapa Haka International: towards staging Kapa Haka Super 12, 2003
$8,000
Moana And The Tribe: towards participating in the launch of the Maori “Merchant of Venice” in London and at WOMEX in Spain
$20,000
Te Rakau Hua O Te Wao Tapu Trust: towards touring “Te Timata Hou Ko Aotea” in the South Island
$20,000
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY
Gavin Reedy: towards a festival featuring the works of Maori visual artists, weavers and carvers, and performances by local musicians from the Manawatu region
$6,000
Te Ataarangi ki te Taitokerau: towards the Ataarangi Festival of Arts
$16,000
Kaakahu Trust: towards staging a fashion show for Matariki 2003
$6,000
MUSIC
Big Belly Woman Arts Trust and Productions: towards recording and producing a CD album called “Dignity: Ko tapu au, Tu Rangatira”
$10,000
ORAL ARTS
Te Mauri Tau Inc: towards wananga strengthening te reo Maori and customs in film-making
$15,000
THEATRE
Te Karito Kura Wananga: towards touring “Te Tahu Ahi” to Waikato, Waipa, Manukau City, Waitomo and Matamata areas
$9,000
Te Waka Toi: Heritage Arts
CRAFT/OBJECT ART
Heeni Kerekere: towards a whariki wananga project
$10,000
Ngati Whatua o Orakei Maori Trust Board: towards four wananga for whatu korowai
$10,000
Pakohai Marae: towards whakairo and tukutuku panels for Pakohai Marae
$10,000
Piritahi Marae: towards embellishing Piritahi Wharenui
$20,000
Te Kikini Trust: towards two wananga on harakeke papermaking
$6,755
Te Wero Nui Trust: for wananga to create whariki for Te Whare Wananga Te Ohonga
$23,000
Toi Ora Associates: towards new tututuku panels and carvings for Te Aroha o Rongoheikume Whare
$10,000
Waimarie Trust: towards ten wananga over three years on raranga korowai
$20,000
FINE ARTS
Roka Cameron: towards carvings for Haawai Marae
$20,000
Huria Marae Management Trust: towards restoration of whakairo at Huria Marae
$23,000
Iritekura Marae Committee: towards restoration and refurbishment of kowhaiwhai in Iritekura wharekai
$20,000
Te Awhe Marae: towards restoration of Te Awhe Marae
$20,000
Te Runanga o Makaawhio: towards carvings for new wharenui
$20,000
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY
Te Aroha Kanarahi Trust: to create two pou and a theatrical piece for Te Puna Manaaki a Ruataupare
$20,000
Te Waka Toi: Indigenous Links
FINE ARTS
Toi Rauangi: for five carvers to attend the Master Carvers Unlimited Wood International Arts Festival in the Netherlands
$11,000
LITERATURE
Honouring Words Australia 2003: for five artists to attend a festival in Australia
$8,079
MAORI PERFORMING ARTS
Mei Hill: to support a group of Maori artists to exhibit artworks in Melbourne
$16,000
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY
Mauri Taiaho o Te Wananga: towards funding Mauri Taiaho o Te Wananga Kapa Haka group to attend the Master Carvers Unlimited Wood International Arts Festival in the Netherlands
$13,922
Moana Swan: to attend the Maui Waka Festival 2003 in Hawaii
$10,000
ORAL ARTS
Joe Harawira and Robert Sullivan: to attend the Yukon Storytelling Festival in Vancouver
$6,562
Joella Wright and Doug Wright: to attend the B Boy Summit in California
$5,000
Te Waka Toi: New Work
FINE ARTS
Angela Colbert: to develop new photographic pieces for an exhibition
$2,847
Cooper Sculptures: to create and exhibit new works on buses in Auckland
$10,000
June Grant: to paint a series of thirty works
$18,000
Lonnie Hutchinson and Veronica Vaevae: to create and develop new sculptures
$7,394
Gina Matchitt: to create and exhibit new works
$16,000
Davina Monds: to photograph and collate the histories of mame from the Far North
$18,000
LITERATURE
Apirana Taylor: to record and distribute a CD of new poetry and music
$10,000
MUSIC
Te Ara-1 Trust: to compose twenty waiata for a new stage production
$18,000
THEATRE
Soul Paua Productions Ltd: to create a bilingual stage production called “Pohewa”
$15,000
Te Waka Toi: Te Reo
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY
Tangihoro Fitzgerald: to research and collate information about Tuini Ngawai and Kumeroa Ngoi Pewhairangi
$25,000
ORAL ARTS
Te Taura Whiri: towards two Maori language workshops featuring at the 7th Polynesian Languages Conference
$10,000

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