ATE Journal of Māori Art Volume Two ATE Journal of Māori Art Volume Two$23.00 ATE Journal of Māori Art Volume Two quantity Add to cart Related products Emma Bugden, Land Wars: The Reader $25.00 Add to cart Gregor Kregar: Dream House Project $20.00 Add to cart Bruce Barber: Work 1970-2008 $25.00 Add to cart Yona Lee: In Transit (Arrival) $20.00 Add to cart ATE Journal of Māori Art is an annual, peer-reviewed journal with an explicit focus on Māori art, artists and art movements. Content for Volume Two considers the relationship between tāngata whenua and the wider Moananui-a-Kiwa and was developed during a wānanga held with participating writers, Dr Emalani Case, Hanahiva Rose; guest speakers Bridget Williams, Cassandra Barnett, Sean Mallon, and Aroha Rangi. As with Volume One, we are supported by our editorial board, Professor Robert Jahnke, Sean Mallon and Professor Huhana Smith. Articles in Volume Two reflect the breadth and beauty of ngā toi Māori including the Aotearoa Moana Nui A Kiwa Weavers, Maureen Lander, Rangi Hetet, Reweti Arapere, Pacific Sisters, Ngāti Porou carvers, Israel Randell, Ruth Buchanan Ayesha Green and Bob Jahnke. We are also pleased to include a republished text from a rangatira of te ao Māori, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku.ATE was launched in June 2019 by co-editors Matariki Williams (Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngāti Whakaue, Ngāti Hauiti, Taranaki) and Bridget Reweti (Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāi Te Rangi). Volume Two launched in December 2020. “There is still a place for a hard-copy journal with ATE’s particular focus, range of voices and contributions. We are reminded of the late Pacific Studies scholar Teresia Teaiwa, who urged indigenous scholars “…to make our own archives” and we see ATE advancing this never- ending and constantly urgent project.” – ATE Editorial Board About the co-editors Bridget Reweti is an artist and curator from Ngāti Ranginui and Ngāi Te Rangi in Tauranga Moana. Her lens-based practice centres on Indigenous landscape perspectives and she is the 2020–21 Frances Hodgkins Fellow at Otago University. Bridget has a collaborative practice with Mata Aho Collective, and is co-curator of Māori Moving Image: An Open Archive. Bridget has a vested interest in making space – from governance to operations to audience – for more Māori to feel safe and brave in the arts.Matariki Williams, Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngāti Hauiti, Taranaki, Ngāti Whakaue, is a Curator Mātauranga Māori at Te Papa Tongarewa, and a writer and editor. She is the co-author of the award-winning Protest Tautohetohe: Objects of Resistance, Persistence and Defiance. Her writing has appeared in various print and online publications including frieze, Art in America, Art Zone, Pantograph Punch, PhotoForum and The Spinoff. She is a Trustee for Contemporary HUM, and former board member for Museums Aotearoa and the National Digital Forum. ISSN 2624-4446 By completing a purchase through Te Tuhi's shop you are agreeing to our terms & conditions.