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Whakaaturanga Rangitahi

Temporary Exhibitions

He Kākāriki Pōwhaitere

He Kākāriki Pōwhaitere - Now Closed

Exhibition by Tai o Hī Tai o Hā and Toi Ngāpuhi

Open 28 May - 16 August

A new exhibition at Te Kōngahu Museum of Waitangi Exhibition Gallery opens to the public on 28 May. The exhibition ‘He Kākāriki Pōwhaitere’, features the works of 19 taiohi Māori artists. The exhibition is the first milestone of the artists’ time in Toi Ngāpuhi’s youth-focused two-year Māori arts programme Tai o Hī Tai o Hā. The programme holistically develops the skills of aspiring young Māori artists, placing their unique Māori identity as the cornerstone for success.

Photo credit: Rāwhitiroa Bosch

Toi Ngāpuhi is an advocacy and support agency working across the cultural and creative networks of Te Tai Tokerau to revitalise distinctive and unique cultural identity.

The organisation wishes to acknowledge the support of its core funding partner - Creative New Zealand, the Tai o Hī Tai o Hā principal funders - Foundation North, Lottery Grants Board through Lottery Community Northland and Northland Community Foundation.

Toi Ngāpuhi is an advocacy