TOI HOURUA

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Commissioning
Information on our commissioning, funding and collaboration opportunities.
Grant
09th
May, 2024
Digital artists
Film makers
Visual artists
Digital creatives
Project Funding
06th
March, 2024
Digital artists
Film makers
Visual artists
Digital creatives
Project Funding
19th
March, 2023
Digital artists
Film makers
Visual artists
Digital creatives
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Education
Learn how to build your artistic and professional practice in the digital world.
A.I and how to use it.
Curating your own exhibition online.
Live streaming Fundamentals
An introduction to Blender for absolute beginners

This tutorial series is more about an introduction to Blender and 3D in general.

We will discuss the absolute basics of Blender and learn how to build objects

and prepare renders out of it.

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Facilities & Resources
Access innovative digital tools and resources to develop your artistic practice.
Live-streaming suite
Mobile suite

Want to live-stream the launch of your new exhibition, or theatre production. We’re providing 30 days of subsidised use of our live-stream suite to Toi Hourua community artists and arts organisations.

Photography kit
Mobile kit

Need access to quality photographic equipment for your next project? Our professional photography kit is available for subsidised use to Toi Hourua community members 

Motion Capture Suite
Mobile suite

Would you like to explore how motion capture could be used in your artistic practice.  Our Rokoko motion capture suite is available for subsidised use to our community members.

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Latest Projects
Innovative digital arts projects from Aotearoa and the world.

Our project is inspired by the ancient Māori tale of Matariki, originating from Tāwhirimatea, the god of winds. We’ve invited artists to visually interpret this story, creating unique pieces that

Arts Organisation: Good Art Company In this captivating project, we bring together the artistry of nine talented women dancers, each telling a story through their movements that resonates with the

Kahui Whetu
Tuatahi Creatives

Our project is inspired by the ancient Māori tale of Matariki, originating from Tāwhirimatea, the god of winds. We’ve invited artists to visually interpret this story, creating unique pieces that serve as both educational tools and cultural celebrations. Matariki…

Eyes of Tawhirimatea
Apex the artist

The Maori New Year, is a time of reflection, connection, and celebration. In this innovative space, we invite you to experience the magic of Matariki like never before. Our talented artists have passionately crafted a digital narrative that breathes life into the ancestral stories…,