The Piki Toi

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Woodruffe, Paul
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2020
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Journal Article
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Auckland (N.Z.)
New Zealand
Aotearoa
street artists
community artists
grassroots movements
art
street art
urban art
Māori artists
homeless people
street selling
income
social connection
marginalised
Lifewise NZ
Citation
Woodruffe, P. (2020). The Piki Toi. BBDS Black Book, Drawing and Sketching., Volume 1, Number 2., 130 - 139. doi:https://doi.org/10.48619/bbds.v1i2.292
Abstract
Piki Toi is a project that seeks to create artist/poet role models and heroes from within a marginalised community who have experienced homelessness and incarceration, who can go on to inspire others to acknowledge their own value and in turn create a circular system of healing.
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AP2 Open Access Journals
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https://doi.org/10.48619/bbds.v1i2.292
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