Te Wānanga o Aotearoa are once again the proud sponsors of this unique and popular television renovation show.
Staff from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa are on the road with the Marae DIY team, working with whānau around the motu on some special Toi projects.
Our marae are special places but many iwi face challenges maintaining these cultural treasures and ensuring they continue to be places the entire community can be proud of for many years to come.
Over four days, Marae DIY provides the perfect opportunity for whānau to re-connect with their marae, embrace their community and work together for the future benefit of all.
Our proud history of building marae
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa was built on toi and our commitment to the arts continues with our broadcast sponsorship of Marae DIY.
Now in its third year, the sponsorship of the popular television programme is an excellent way for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to connect at a grass-roots level in a meaningful way and continues our long history of working for the benefit of communities throughout Aotearoa.
Planning key for successful marae makeover
Nearly forty years ago Sandy Adsett and a host of other volunteers banded together to work on the interior of the whārenui of Te Rauhina Marae in Wairoa.
This year, he was back, not to inspect his handiwork from years gone by, but to once again put himself to work as the marae underwent a makeover courtesy of popular television show Marae DIY.