7 Sep 2015
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The Toi Sqwigwialtxw Residency was named to signify the relationship between Māori artists and the Longhouse Education and Cultural Center in Washington State, USA. The name Sqwigwialtxw (pronounced "Squig-foy-out") is the name of the Longhouse in South Puget Sound Salish and means "The House of Welcome".
The Toi Sqwigwialtxw Residency is an exchange between the Longhouse Education and Cultural Center and Māori Artists. The Residency is managed by Toi Māori Aotearoa and funded by both Creative New Zealand and the Longhouse. It has been offered biennially to established artists of Māori descent to attend a Residency in North America.
The residency aims to:
Below we have more information on the Residency and information on who can apply.
If you have any questions about the Residency, please contact Deborah Pathak at the Toi Māori Aotearoa office on 04 801 7914 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE AT 5PM ON FRIDAY, 2 OCTOBER 2015
Applications are to be emailed to Deborah - email@example.com