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Maori Art Traditions

Multicultural art lesson presentation for Secondary Ed. students.
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Melanie Maltese

on 13 April 2010

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Transcript of Maori Art Traditions

Maori Carvings Location Meanings New Zealand
(Today) Past Migration Patterns Bone, Wood, Jade, Skin...and more! Can be found on... Bone:
Considered to be personal for the owner
become discolored overtime due to absorption of oils from the body
considered to symbolize the pendant is taking on the spirituality of the wearer Wood:
http://www.maori.org.nz/whakairo
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