Kāwai Raupapa

Certificate in Māori and Indigenous Art

  • Level 4
  • 38 weeks
  • Fees may apply

Start learning a specific art discipline at an introductory level.

Become part of a rich tradition of cultural expression and explore the techniques, history and tikanga associated with ngā toi.

Depending on your location, you might be able to choose from one of the below disciplines.

Ngā Mahi ā Te Whare Pora

Ngā Mahi ā te Whare Pora - Weaving

Kāwai Raupapa - Certificate in Māori and Indigenous Art

Learn Māori patterns and designs to gain technical skills for weaving and working with different fibres.

Level 4 | 38 weeks | No fees

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Toi Ataata

Toi Ataata - Visual Arts

Kāwai Raupapa - Certificate in Māori and Indigenous Art

Learn visual arts to grow your confidence by exploring the techniques, history and tikanga associated with ngā toi (Māori art).

Level 4 | 38 weeks | Fees apply

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Whakairo

Whakairo - Carving

Kāwai Raupapa - Certificate in Māori and Indigenous Art

Explore the history and tikanga (protocols) associated with the ancient form of whakairo while learning hands-on techniques for practical projects.

Level 4 | 38 weeks | Fees apply

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Mau Rākau

Mau Rākau - Māori Martial Arts

Kāwai Raupapa - Certificate in Māori and Indigenous Art

Learn ancestral practices, values and protocols of traditional Māori martial arts. Develop skills while preserving the rich culture and art of the warrior.

Level 4 | 38 weeks | No fees

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Māori Performing Arts

Māori Performing Arts

Kāwai Raupapa - Certificate in Māori and Indigenous Art

Learn how to produce and perform at a professional level. Gain experience in an interactive and social setting, from kapa haka to theatre and drama.

Level 4 | 38 weeks | No fees

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