James Webster is well known as a talented Maori arts practitioner, working with many mediums including wood, bone and stone (sculpting and carving) as well as paint, fibre and metal (mixed media) and Tāmoko. His passion for Taonga Puoro lead to an interest in and the crafting of Karetao (Maori Puppets)
Horomona is in high demand in Aotearoa and around the world as a performer, composer and mentor. He has collaborated with a multitude of artists and performers and also works extensively with youth and as a museum consultant.
Alistair is a leading practitioner of ngā taonga pūoro. For over 18 years he has performed, composed, and collaborated with many of Aotearoa's finest artists, across genres of music and alongside various artistic disciplines.
Since beginning her music career in Christchurch with folk duo Pounamu in 1993, to launching her solo career and releasing her debut solo album Whaea in 2002, Ariana has consistently produced beautiful and moving music that contributes to the growing corpus of contemporary Māori music.
Bob Bickerton has had a long and successful career spanning 40 years in the New Zealand music industry. In the collaborative exhibitions along with Brian Flintoff and Robin Slow, Bob plays Taonga Puoro, produces the audio and video for the multimedia video and dvd component and creates the book which accompanies the exhibitions.