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Maori Arts
29 Tory Street, PO Box 9570
Wellington 6011
New Zealand


"Maori art is inseparable from Maori culture. It is like a living organism that exists in the spirit of our people and drives them toward wider horizons and greater achievement."

Toi Maori is a charitable trust that represents 10 national artform committees covering the visual, performing and literary arts.

We annually produce a wide range of events and activities that inculde festivals, exhibitions, performances, publications and workshops that relate to a wide spectrum of Maori artforms.

Maori Arts
Phone: +64 4 801 7914
Fax: +64 4 801 9412

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