August 20, 2014
Toi Maori Art Market back bigger than ever
What’s billed as the country’s largest art show, Toi Maori Art Market, is returning to the Wellington waterfront with an expanded programme and several high profile foreign contributors.
Creative director Darcy Nicholas says the even from November 12 to 16 will feature more than 200 established, mid-career and young artists.
It will also include Canadian First Nations sculptor Dempsey Bob, Native American clay artist and sculptor Lillian Pitt and Native American fashion designer Dorothy Grant.
The show will be spread between the TSB Events Centre on Queens Wharf, the Wharewaka near Frank Kitts Park and Te Papa.
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