Paul Bennett singer, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Stefan Brown, singer / songwriter, Aotearoa/New Zealand
Queenie (Makuini) Chadwick, T-shirt designer, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Liz Coats painter, Australia / New Zealand.
Barry Crump, author, New Zealand.
Ropata Davis, carver, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Gina Garcia, singer, author, script/lyrics writer, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Russ Garcia, composer, conductor, teacher, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Gina and Russ Garcia, -their CDs and other joint projects, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Helen Varley Jamieson, theatre, new media, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Mark Laurent, singer, songwriter, guitarist, Aotearoa/New Zealand
Jeremy Martin singer, songwriter, musician, New Zealand.
Grant Hindin Miller,
singer, songwriter, script writer, New Zealand / Aotearoa.
Alexis Hunter, painter, U.K. / New Zealand.
Alison Marshall, writer / editor / singer, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Steve Marshall, member of the BAFA board / the internet, Aotearoa / New Zealand
John Matthews, poet, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Judith McNeil, poet, singer, songwriter, Aoteaaroa / New Zealand.
Joanna Margaret Paul, poet, painter, New Zealand.
Carwyn Ponga, painting, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Paul Rayner, painter, curator, New Zealand.
Reece Rongonui, sculptor, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Adel Salmanzadeh painter, New Zealand
Lindsey Shields, singer/songwriter, musician, New Zealand
Sombol Taefi, singer, New Zealand
Jeff Thomson, sculptor, New Zealand.
Mahinarangi Tocker, singer / songwriter, and poet, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Filipe Tohi, sculptor, New Zealand.
Sonja van Kerkhoff, visual arts, interactive / moving image, Aotearoa / The Netherlands.
Therese van Kerkhoff, photographer, New Zealand.
Mary-Anne Westeneng, tapestry, New Zealand.
Ken Zemke, film, New Zealand.
Mary Zemke, choir singer, reviewer, New Zealand.
Film + Digital or Interactive Media
New Zealand short film site
MediaLab South Pacific
- Creative New Zealand - national arts funding
- The Oblique Trust - a charitable Trust based in New Zealand, developed with the intention of coordinating public and non-institutional art projects, including site specific installation, print and audio publications, and web based projects.
- world art and culture - Zeroland: links to arts and culture web pages of special artistic, literary, imaginative, creative, spiritual, intellectual or scholarly value. Good arts events guide.
- New Zealand Bahá´í Arts pages
Visual Arts - Art Galleries, Museums, etc.
New Zealand museums site -search by region, name or collection.
New Zealand visual arts source -links re: grants, galleries, etc.
Toi o Tamaki - Auckland City Art Gallery -public art gallery in Auckland.
Artspace -contemporary art gallery with a focus on new media, sound and installations in Auckland.
window gallery in central Auckland and website project space.
Fingers Contemporary Jewellery - contemporary NZ jewellery, Auckland gallery.
Gow langsford Gallery - contemporary art gallery, Auckland.
Warwick Henderson Gallery - art gallery with a focus on mid-career and established NZ aritsts, Auckland.
Judith Anderson Gallery - art gallery, 28 Lorne St, Auckland.
Chiaroscuro Gallery - art gallery, Corner Queen St and Durham St East, Auckland.
Studio of Contemporary Art - art gallery, 5- -7 Kingdon St., Newmarket, Auckland.
International Art Centre - art gallery with a focus on painting and art from last century, Auckland.
Artis Gallery - contemporary art gallery, 280 Parnell Rd., Auckland.
Lopdell House - contemporary art gallery with focus on painting, Titirangi, near Auckland.
The Mairangi Arts Centre - Auckland area.
Fisher Gallery - art gallery / museum, 13b Reeves Rd, Pakuranga, Manukau City, South Auckland.
Robert McDougall Art Gallery and Contemporary Art Annex -Botanic Gardens, Rolleston Ave., Christchurch.
The Physics Room -contemporary art gallery with a focus on new media, sound and installations in Christchurch.
The High Street Project -contemporary art, installations in Christchurch.
Blue Oyster Art Gallery -contemporary art gallery, Dunedin.
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery - The New Plymouth Public Art Gallery.
Manawatu Art Gallery - The Palmerston North Public Art Gallery.
Adam Art Gallery -contemporary art gallery at the Victoria University, Wellington.
Tinakori Gallery - 330 Tinakori Road, Thorndon, Wellington.
Dowse Art Gallery - Lower Hutt, Wellington.
Sarjeant Gallery - The W(h)anganui Public Art Gallery.
Te Wa (The Space) - Art and Design dealer Gallery, Drews Ave, W(h)anganui.
Whangarei Art Museum
Visual Arts / Design
An arts and crafts community in the northern part of New Zealand
Poetry / Creative Writing
Poetry New Zealand
new zealand electronic poetry centre -is a trial project based in the University of Auckland to set up an electronic gateway to poetry resources in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific region. It aims to coordinate existing archival and publishing information, and to present some full-text electronic publication of poetry and commentary in consultation with authors and their publishers.
Your monthly gig guide for the live poetry scene in and around Auckland. Events will be added as they come to hand so if you have a gig, send it in.
New Zealand Writers The New Zealand Writers' Website has flourished since 1998.
We publish a monthly e-zine/newsletter, delivered by email, containing tips and advice on writing, interviews with authors, information on writing contests as well as book reviews and finding markets for your work. We also have the latest publishing news for writers.
Listing of NZ writers and their work
Australasian Computer Music Association -founded in 1989, provides a forum for new compositions, information sharing, and research about music technology and computer music throughout New Zealand and Australia.
www.nzacoustic.net The music website for roots, folk, country, jazz, blues and other acoustic styles in New Zealand.
Kiwi Folk Musicians -a selection of New Zealand or New Zealand-based folk and related musicians.
Folksong -home-made songs about life in NZ maintained by John Archer.
Flying Piglets organises and promotes tours of New Zealand by acoustic musicians, both from New Zealand and around the world.
new music from Aotearoa - New Zealand
Java Jive blues café in Auckland.
The Temple is the only dedicated original NZ music venue in Auckland.
Maori music waiata maaori - site by John Archer
Maaori Music Maaori contemporary folk, pop, traditional. Ngaa
waiata i te reo Maaori me te reo Paakeha.
Set up by James
Moss of Jayrem Records and Neil Cruikshank of Tangata Records.
barking records produces NZ music
NZ International Festival of the Arts - Wellington.
Aotearoa Traditional Maori Performing Arts Festival -- bi-annual senior kapahaka event, celebrating the Maori dance traditions of New Zealand.
New Zealand Folk Festivals -as well as info on NZ folk music and musicians.
Triennial of contemporary arts, dance, theatre, hosted in Auckland city. -About the one in March-April 2000
Intersculpt:2001 NZ and international art featuring sculpture, prints, and videos produced from 3D software
Companies, Institutes, Education
The Mairangi Arts Centre
Auckland City Art School - arts courses for kids & adults.
Elam School of Fine Arts - Auckland
The faculty of art - University of Auckland
Music Dept. University of Waikato - Hamilton.
Te Whaea: National Dance and Drama Centre -Te Whaea: National Dance and Drama Centre is the home to Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School and the New Zealand School of Dance in Wellington.
Auckland City Art School - arts courses for children & adults.
Otago Polytechnic School of Art - Dunedin.
Individuals / Bands, etc
Danny Butt: a media educator, consultant, and writer currently based in Auckland, New Zealand.
The Chaps: Dunedin-based foursome: John Dodd Vocals, bass. Mike Moroney, vocals, guitar, mandolin; Hyram Ballard, vocals, guitar, MIDI guitar, fiddle, various percussion; Marcus Turner, vocals, mandolin, fiddle, guitar, mandola.
Micheal Considine: Irish NZ-based musician - Bouzouki/Bodhran/Vocals, from Irish stuff to the hip-hop band Fresh Jams.With links to various NZ music/ians
Barry Crump (1935-1996), New Zealand Bahá´í and author.
Phil Garland, folklorist and a musical balladeer who has recorded 17 albums. His mission for over 30 years has been to gather and preserve the songs and stories of New Zealand.
Bryn Heveldt, Graphic Designer based in Auckland.
Ross Nepia Himona, poet.
Grant Hindin Miller, musician, singer/songwriter, based in Christchurch.
Luke Hurley singer/songwriter, guitarist based in Auckland.
Jacky Tar, Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Jacky Tar, are a group of Kiwi, Irish and Scottish musicians playing 'funked-up'original and traditional Celtic music.
Using their Celtic roots as a base and adding elements of rock, rap, funk, punk and dance music, their unique sound is a musical reflection of the cultural melting pot that is New Zealand.
Sean Kerr, visual artist working in various media.
Hirini Melbourne, singer/songwriter in Maori (waiata i te reo maaori).
Singer-songwriter Bob McNeill emigrated to New Zealand from his native Scotland in 1998.
Audrey Shearer, website designer, painter, based near Wellington.
Davy Stuart Christchurch based instrument maker, member of the Scots group, Rua.
Kath Tait: NZ, U.K. based singer/songwriter.
Mahinaarangi Tocker, musician, singer/songwriter, based in Auckland.
Marcus Turner: NZ singer/songwriter, mandolin, violin, guitar.
Micheal Young Auckland based musician with info about folk festivals on his site.
Arts Dialogue, Dintel 20, NL 7333 MC, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands