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When:

Thu 17 Oct 2019, 10:30am–4:00pm
Fri 18 Oct 2019, 10:30am–4:00pm
Sat 19 Oct 2019, 10:30am–4:00pm
Sun 20 Oct 2019, 1:30pm–4:00pm
Sun 15 Mar 2020, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Where: Tairawhiti Museum, Stout St, Gisborne, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $5.00
  • Children under 12 years: $0.00
  • Local Residents: $0.00
  • Friends of the Museum: $0.00
  • Door Sales Only
  • Additional fees may apply

Website:

Listed by: Mr. Fahrenheit

A visual art exhibition reinforcing an indigenous legacy, and challenging the impact of a "Nations Dual Heritage', on our Māori futures.

KE Design, in partnership with Tairāwhiti Museum, presents a platform for indigenous dialogue through art, responding directly to the 250th Captain Cook commemorations.

In Native Voices: Ko au, ko mātau - I am, we are, artists reinforce their narrative as tangata whenua (people of the land) calling to remind Aotearoa, the world and ourselves of the truths, realities and impact of a ‘Nations Dual Heritage on our indigenous futures’. The works by Māori artists speak to our native histories long before, and the legacy we will continue to tell far beyond, these commemorations.

Our histories through our voices - Native Voices: Ko au, ko mātau - I am, we are.

The exhibition will run until Sunday 15 March 2020.

Ticket information.
Adults $5, 12 years and under, Friends of the Museum and local residents free. Tickets at the door.

Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday 10AM – 4PM
Sunday and Public Holidays 1:30PM – 4:00PM

Te Tairāwhiti Festival:
Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is the Gisborne region’s new flagship contemporary arts and cultural event, taking place, for the first time, from 4-20 October this year. Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival will deliver performance events by hundreds of performers from across New Zealand and the Pacific.

The festival celebrates what it means to be of Tairāwhiti and of Aotearoa. It reflects and celebrates the people of the Gisborne region and the East Coast. It reinforces the importance of people and place, and further affirms the region’s strong position in the creative landscape of Aotearoa.

For the full programme and ticketing information, please visit www.tetairawhitiartsfestival.nz.

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