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Maori Arts and Culture - Carving and Decoration

New Zealand, 1963 (MIFF 1964, Sculpture)

Director: Ronald Bowie

The traditional Maori arts of carving and decoration are studied in detail and the techniques involved are illustrated by the Construction of a village meeting-hall.

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