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Tuku Iho | Living Legacy: Kapa Haka - Discussion & Open Workshop

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
1:30 pm

Immediately following the 1:00 p.m. Kapa Haka performance in the Rotunda, join us for a discussion and open workshop in Q?rius. Guests will learn the history, thinking, and meaning of Haka and the Poi. Women will teach a Poi dance and men will teach the Haka.

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Tuku Iho | Living Legacy: Kapa Haka Performance and Meet & Greet

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
3:30 pm

Kapa haka is the term for Māori performing arts and literally means to form a line (kapa) and dance (haka). It involves an emotional and powerful combination of song, dance and chanting.

A meet and greet with the performers will follow their performance.

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Tuku Iho | Living Legacy: Kapa Haka Performance

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
9:45 am

Kapa haka is the term for Māori performing arts and literally means to form a line (kapa) and dance (haka). It involves an emotional and powerful combination of song, dance and chanting.

Tuku Iho | Living Legacy: Māori Cultural Immersion in Q?rius

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
10:00 am

10 am-5 pm in Q?rius:

  • Carving (Whakairo): Wood carving and the forests that supply the treasured material have played an important and respected role in Māori culture. Witness master artists carve a 20’ waka (canoe) and interact with the public throughout the day.
  • Tā Moko Display*:Tā moko – the art of Māori tattoo – is a...

Tuku Iho | Living Legacy: Kapa Haka Performance

Thursday, July 27, 2017
9:45 am

Kapa haka is the term for Māori performing arts and literally means to form a line (kapa) and dance (haka). It involves an emotional and powerful combination of song, dance and chanting.

Tuku Iho | Living Legacy: Māori Cultural Immersion in Q?rius

Thursday, July 27, 2017
10:00 am

10 am-5 pm in Q?rius:

  • Carving (Whakairo): Wood carving and the forests that supply the treasured material have played an important and respected role in Māori culture. Witness master artists carve a 20’ waka (canoe) and interact with the public throughout the day.
  • Tā Moko Display*: Tā moko – the art of Māori tattoo – is a...

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