Now available on PIEAM’s website and social media, watch an overview from our 2nd Annual Pasifika Living Arts Showcase. This video is a brief overview to document the Pacific Islands’ living arts, educate, inspire and create generations of artists to come. The indepth segments from each workshops will be availble soon.
Rethinking Oceanic Art: A New Collection for LACMA
23 February, 2009
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Brown Auditorium, admission free, no reservation required but seating is limited
20 December, 2008 – 1 March, 2009
Tauranga Art Gallery
Tauranga, New Zealand
Samoacontemporary showcases the strength of Samoan art within the New Zealand and international contemporary art scene. While Samoan artists have exhibited internationally and nationally under the umbrella of Pacific art, this exhibition is dedicated solely to Samoan artists living and working in New Zealand.
Indigenous Bodies: Reviewing, Relocating, Reclaiming
An international conference hosted by the Native Studies Research Network, UK
University of East Anglia, Norwich
July 8-10, 2009
The Native Studies Research Network, UK, is hosting "Indigenous Bodies:Reviewing, Relocating, Reclaiming," 8-10 July 2009, at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England.
The Frangipani is Dead- Contemporary Pacific Art
By Karen Stevenson
"Tohinoa 'o' Manatu" ("Journal of My Memories") by Kulimoe'anga Stone Maka
April 28 - May 22, 2010
COCA Gallery, 66 Gloucester Street, Christchurch, New Zealand
In his exhibition, "Tohinoa 'o' Manatu" ("Journal of My Memories"), Kulimoe'anga Stone Maka continues his interest in ancient traditions of Tongan art, discovering some similarities and connections to Western art along the way.
Chris Charteris: "To the Heart of the Matter”
May 16 - June 12, 2010
FHE Galleries, Wellesley St, Auckland
Making the ordinary “extraordinary” has for more than twenty years underlined the motivation and passion in Chris Charteris’ work. The forth-coming exhibition, “To the Heart of the Matter”, showcases the depth and intensity behind Chris Charteris’ sculpting career.
Dream Traces. Australian Aboriginal Bark Paintings
September 17, 2010 – February 17, 2011
Musee d'Ethonographie de Geneve
6 August – 3 October, 2010
Lopdell House Gallery, Auckaland
A group show featuring: Mark Adams; Deborah Crowe; John Walsh; Jane Shearer; Clinton Watkins; Ben Pearce; Rangi Kipa; Megan Hansen-Knarhoi; Reuben Paterson; Lonnie Hutchinson; Niki Hastings-McFall.
Opening Thursday 5 August, 6pm