Resources

Welcome to our archive of educational resources showcasing and celebrating our print community. These are some of the demos, talks and workshops they have given at Printopia Festival. Please watch and share with other print enthusiasts, artists, educators,and students.

There is a summary of each video with links to the artist’s website and social media so you can follow them and learn more about their practice.


Fatu Feu’u ONZM | Relief Prints

Fatu Feu’u has a visual arts practice that encompasses painting, sculpture, printmaking, and ceramics which spans several decades. He is an Honorary Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to the arts and in 2022, he received the Icon Award from the New Zealand Arts Foundation for his outstanding contribution to art and his role as a leader within the Pacific arts community.

Instagram: @fatufeuu


Alexis Neal | Chine Collé

Alexis Neal is an Auckland based artist. The backbone of her art practice is the medium of print, incorporating MńĀori weaving to explore cultural identity, the value of history and the complexities of human connection. In her work, the MńĀori story is rendered with contemporary materials. It is a simple, effective weave that is simultaneously, social, personal, cultural and human. Read More


Tim Li | Gyotaku Fish Prints – Full Utilization of What we Harvest

Tim Li is a printmaker and graphite pencil artist based on the Kapiti Coast. He produces work aimed at celebrating the beauty and diversity of the aquatic flora and fauna in New Zealand. Read More


Toni Mosley | Pastel Drawing Screen-printing

Toni Mosley is an artist based in Auckland (originally Colorado / Wyoming) who loves ink on paper. She works in printmaking, drawing and artist books. Her work is inspired by the people she meets and the stories they tell. She has a love for working within the community whether this is with pop-up print workshops or the art classes she teaches to those ages 5 to 65+. Read More


John Pusateri | Paper Marbling

John Pusateri is an Auckland based artist and master printmaker with over two decades of studio experience. John founded Auckland Print Studio to provide a collaborative space where artists with any level of familiarity with the print medium can access his technical expertise to realise ambitious projects and produce exciting editioned work. Since then he has worked on editions with prominent New Zealand and international artists. Read More


ACMA ‚Äď Abstract Contemporary Maori Art | Paora Tiatoa

Paora Tiatoa is a printmaker based on Matakana Island. Formerly an abstract shape formation painter, he switched to contemporary MńĀori art in his third year of study at art school. His current art practice combines the two art forms creating what he calls ACMA ‚Äď Abstract Contemporary MńĀori Art. Read More


Anita Mudaliar | Intaglio printmaking with Tetrapak Cartons 

Anita Mudaliar is a printmaker inspired by the natural world, fantasy and mythology. The use of the tetrapak print matrix is a recurring component of her print work alongside hand stitching and colouring. Anita has an MA in Textiles from Goldsmiths University of London and has been attending printmaking classes under Alexis Neal at the Browne School of Art for the last four years. She lives and works in Auckland. Read More