“Transition from Deficit to Transform to Abundance.”
The wānanga roimata – facilitated by Tungia Te Ao TeUwira – establishes and affirms whakapapa continuity and descent, past, present and future. It is the metaphorical embodiment of cultural worldview.
The teardrop validates individual purpose to exist in this physical world from a perspective of abundance.
A Cultural World View establishes the rationale that supports the theory of why we perceive the world as we do.
Wānanga Mātauranga is a series of six wānanga at the Māoriland Hub for Maoriland artists, aimed at expanding tikanga tuku iho unlocking creative potential.
A strengths-based Māori leadership project to support the Māoriland community of practitioners and businesses working in screen production, toi Māori, taonga tuku iho, creative technology, performing arts and arts events to enable their ongoing, significant contribution to the cultural sector in Aotearoa and across the world.
The 12 month project is built on Māoriland tikanga to uplift Māori and Indigenous artists through collaboration, self care, empowerment and access to capacity building resources.
This co-designed project is based on artist collaboration to gain breakthrough solutions for our community; Whanaungatanga, Hauora, Mana tangata, Rangatiratanga.
All attendees must present valid Vaccine Passes and wear masks.