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CREATIVE WĀNANGA

KANOHI KI TE

KANOHI

EXPLORING NEW WAYS TO SUPPORT INDIGENOUS ARTIST DEVELOPMENT

A Creative Bay of Plenty and Te Tuhi Mareikura Trust Partnership

CREATIVE WANANGA: KANOHI KI TE KANOHI

20 FEB 2021

TAHUWHAKATIKI (ROMAI) MARAE

WELCOME BAY

Whats On

Note: Your welcome to bring along any small mahi with you to work on during this wananga i.e. raranga, uku, sketch pads, small project making works, etc.

You may also like to bring any projects your currently working on to discuss with Creative Bay of Plenty

12.30pm - Whakatau

Light Refreshments

1.00pm - Projects Tauranga / Western Bay of Plenty

1.15pm - Robert Appierdo - Story Box

2.00pm - Project Panel - Rob, Eric and Linda

2.30pm - Creative Kōrero - Stories of Tauranga Moana

This is a facilitator lead section where, collectively, we will be talking about stories of our whenua and discuss how we can turn these stories into projects that impact our rangatira and Toi Māori to support our region

During this section, it is your opportunity to share your current project ideas, the mahi you are working on, and the mahi you have brought with you

Afternoon Tea

5.30pm - Whakawhitiwhitikorero

6.30pm - End of Day

Guest Speaker

Robert Appierdo, Story Box

Presentations by

Creative Bay of Plenty

Attending Participants

See More

https://storybox.co.nz/

CREATIVE WANANGA: KANOHI KI TE KANOHI

23 JAN 2021

TAHUWHAKATIKI (ROMAI) MARAE

WELCOME BAY

Whats Happened

  • Eric Holowacz & Julie Paama-Pengelly - Introduction to CBOP and TMT

  • Light Art Festivals and Digital Installation

  • Rachael Rakena - Mana Moana

  • Panel Discussions - Rachael, James, Eric and Julie

  • CBOP Cultural Programmes and Services

  • Eric Holowacz - Projects Tauranga / Western Bay of Plenty

  • Korero with James Ashcroft

  • Whakawhitiwhitikorero

Guest Speakers

Rachael Rakena - Mana Moana

James Ashcroft - Director, Producer, Actor, and Videographer

Presentations by

Creative Bay of Plenty

See More

https://storybox.co.nz/project/mana-moana/

https://storybox.co.nz/project/mana-moana-digital-ocean/

https://storybox.co.nz/project/mana-moana-documentary-series/

Join us for two Creative Wānanga: Kanohi ki te Kanohi - Saturday 23 Jan 2021 and Saturday 20 Feb 2021. Attendance at both Wānanga advisable as staff will be available to assist further develop art proposals.

How can we better support Maori and indigenous artists in Tauranga Moana and Western Bay of Plenty?

What encouragement, advice, and funding are available to help you create?

How can we support cultural aspirations and the visibility of tangata whenua on the arts landscape?

What’s the best way to further your ideas, skills, audience, and capability?  

If you are an indigenous artist that cares about your art, culture, and community, then our Creative Wānanga: Kanohi ki te Kanohi is for you. Creative Bay of Plenty (CBOP) and Te Tuhi Mareikura Trust (TMT) have teamed up to develop this  gathering as an opportunity to hear and share ideas with you. The wānanga will include introductions to our teams, a chance to learn about arts and culture support, creative workshop, and an open forum to showcase your project ideas, and lots of discussion.
 
Join us in wānanga and marae experience for indigenous artists in our region. Help us answer some important questions together: What do local indigenous artists need most? How can we best support your future aspirations and ongoing development? What is essential for your creative projects and cultural identity in our communities? 
 
There is no fee to participate, but spaces are limited. RSVP by registering below.

If you have some specific questions around funding send them through and we'll get them answered for you.

Ngā mihi,

Creative Bay of Plenty and Te Tuhi Mareikura Trust

 

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NGĀ URI O MUTURANGI

Ngā Uri o Muturangi affirms ancient ancestral connections through the wheke or octopus that led Kupes adventures and discovery around Aotearoa and whose tentacles span whakapapa Māori, past and future, to advance the development of indigenous Māori customary skin marking, tattoo - tā tatau and art practices.

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