Ahi Raranga – wananga

All Projects 2024 Blockhouse Bay, Green Bay WEBSITE Ahi Raranga – wananga 2024 Ahi Nyx (Te Āti Awa me Ngāti Raukawa) is an Avondale based artist. Known for hand woven harakeke toanga and raranga wananga she is extending her practice to help reconnect to traditional Māori harvesting practices. Her creativity comes from a deep spiritual […]

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Tagata ma Tagaloa

All Projects 2024 New Lynn Community Centre Sau E Siva West Auckland Sau e Siva West Auckland: Tagata ma Tagaloa Join us in the Whau as we offer free Siva Samoa (Samoan dance) classes to girls aged 5 – 16.As a small but growing community group that has been running for the last eight years,

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Whau Youth Awards 2023

All Projects Friday 15th December, 2023 Blockhouse Bay Community Centre Whau Youth Awards 2023 We were stoked to be able to support the annual Whau Youth Awards by supporting local artist weaver Ahi Nyx to handcraft the awards this year.A massive congratulations to all the nominees and award winners at our 2023 Whau Youth Awards.

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Hui Kōrero – Waka journeys

All Projects 2024 Whau awa Instagram Hui Kōrero – Waka journeys Charlotte Graham Te Kawerau ā Maki, Ngāti Whanaunga, Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki, Ngāti Mahuta, Ngāti Tamaoho, Te Ākitai Waiohua, Ngāti Kotimana Charlotte Graham is a renowned conceptual multi-disciplinary artist, Māori design lead for Ngāti Whanaunga and arts educator. With a practice spanning over twenty

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Ceramic Taro

Back to Projects 2023 Jimmy Ma’ia’i with Rosebank Primary School This was a workshop between artist Jimmy Ma’ia’i and primary school students from the Rosebank Primary School where the artist used to attend. Jimmy Ma’ia’i is of Sāmoan and Scottish descent, used to go to Rosebank Primary School and his practice makes use of found

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Weaving the Whau

Where: Avondale LibraryWhen: Tuesday and Sundays in April 2023 during term times:Tuesday, 2-4 PM (April 4)Sundays, 12-1 PM (April 2, 16 + 30) Try your hand at weaving on a Big Loom and recycle your old textiles at the library! Bring in your clean, pre-loved clothing to be cut and woven into a community tapestry,

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Inhabit: Whau exhibition

Inhabit Programming: Whau Exhibition opening March 7th, 2023 Artist and birth worker Holli McEntegart, presents Inhabit from March 7th–April 1st 2023 at the Fale Community House, 50a Rosebank Road, Avondale in Tāmaki Makaurau. Inhabit will be open Tuesdays–Saturdays, 10am–3pm daily from March 7th–1st April, 2023. There will be scheduled workshops most mornings at 10:30am, followed by a conversation with

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