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A diverse and interesting collection of raranga (weaving), rauangi (visual arts) and whakairo rakau (wood carving) from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa tauira (students) will be on display in Rāhui Pōkeka (Huntly) this month.

The Maunga Kura Toi collaborative exhibition will be open to the public from next Thursday 28 November till Saturday 7 December. It will be held at Taiwhanga, 113 Rotowaro Rd, Huntly west. Public opening times are shown below.

“This event will be a real showcase of what our tauira from the Rāhui Pōkeka campus have produced over this year,” says Hohepa Peni, a kaiako (teacher) of whakairo (carving).

“The public are very welcome to come and check things out. There’ll be high quality work on display.”

Opening times:

Week 1:

  • Thur 28 Nov 6.30pm - 8.30pm 
  • Fri/Sat 29/30 Nov 10am - 4pm

Week 2:

  • Mon-Fri 2 - 6 Dec 10am-4pm
  • Sat 7 Dec 4pm - 8pm

Our pictures below show some of the other works that will be on display.

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Published On: 18 November, 2019

Article By: Stephen Ward



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