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192 Bealey Avenue, Christchurch 8013, +64 3 366 8487
Links to articles, reviews and resources :
- Interview between Marian Maguire and Jessica Hughes in the online journal 'Practitioners' Voices in Classical
Reception Studies' published by the Open University, UK: http://www8.open.ac.uk/arts/research/pvcrs/2012/maguire
- Giovanni Tiso's Blogspot - Titokowaru's Dilemma:
- Christchurch Press. An article by Christopher Moore in the followed by a review by Andrew Paul Wood.
- Giovanni Tiso's Blogspot - Labours of Herakles: http://bat-bean-beam.blogspot.co.nz/2009/10/labours-of-herakles.html
- NZ Herald, 21 Feb 2010, Labours of Herakles - Article by Adam Gifford,
- Puke Ariki, New Plymouth http://www.pukeariki.com/Exhibitions/TitokowarusDilemma.aspx
- ARTiculate (video 2011) – a documentary project created by Canterbury Arts & Heritage Trust.
It features responses from Canterbury artists to the 2010/11 earthquakes: http://www.articulate.org.nz
- Pataka - education notes about Titokowaru's Dilemma :
- RADIO interview - Marian Maguire with Andrew Paul Wood and Kim Lowe, for Artery, Plains FM - May 2015
- AUDIO - Titokowaru's Dilemma - artist talk
an artist talk Marian gave at the Forrester Gallery was recorded. She commences by talking
about images from the series that led up to 'Titokowaru's Dilemma'. The initial lithograph
she addresses is 'Ko wai koe' from the Captain Cook series.
- Titokowaru's Dilemma - short VIDEO - Bristish Museum.
- Goddesses - VIDEO interview - recorded at The Vivian, 2019
- Dicitonary of New Zealand Biography, entry about Riwha Titokowaru by James Belich:
- National Library New Zealand digital archive: http://www.natlib.govt.nz/collections/digital-collections/timeframes
- Television programme about Gustavus von Tempsky presented by Mike King:
- Giovanni Tiso's Blogspot: http://bat-bean-beam.blogspot.co.nz/
- Theoi Greek Mythology, exploring Classical mythology in literature and art:
- Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida in Maori at The Globe, London, reviewed in the Guardian: