Ngā Tohu O Te Taiao
Rikki Solomon - Marcus Winter - Pūoro Jērome
Sunday 26 September 2021, 6pm
Korekore te whīwhīa, Mahuru
Online (Zoom) from 6pm
Connecting to the maramataka through pūrakau, pūoro and toi onepū
This new performing arts concept-in-development builds our connection to the tohu of the natural world, celebrating the change in season through a digital arts experience. The performance brings together mātauranga Māori with Rikki Solomon, live sand art from Marcus Winter and taonga puoro from Pūoro Jērome. In this first development of the project, these creatives weave stories of Kōanga through video and wānanga, connecting us to this time and place.
Tuia ki te whenua
Tuia ki te rangi
Tuia ki te moana
Rikki shares mātauranga around the tohu of the change of seasons from the skies, the land and manu, the ocean and our waterways. We then look to the marama and the night sky and ground ourselves in this time of Kōanga.
Register below to attend this online zoom whakaari matihiko and wānanga. You will be emailed with link details.
Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa | Pūkorero
Maramataka exponent, funderal services director, currently completing his doctorate and is part of the Mahi atua movement which focuses on maori-centric approach to health and wellbeing.
Te Roroa, Ngāpuhi
Toi Onepū / Sand Artist
Over the past decade of work, Marcus Winter and his “Sand Art” has become established as a rising success story within the cultural and artistic landscape of Aotearoa.
Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Maniapoto
Taonga Pūoro Artist
International Taonga Puoro Artist and Practitioner Grammy award winning featured soloist and Maori musical instrument specialist Jerome Kavanagh (Poutama).
KŌANGA FESTIVAL KAITAUTOKO
Supported and funded by the Henderson-Massey Local Board via Creative