Dame Anne Salmond learns of inspirational wāhine Māori and meets their female descendants who are reviving lost practices and restoring a rightful balance
Tūtohu Arts. Ngā hua 1 - 10 o te 189 mō
Ngā hua kimi
Artefact, Ngā Kaitiaki, 2 Ūpoko 3
Goddesses carved into rock, tuatara, taniwha…these guardians of land and people now need protection themselves. Dame Anne Salmond meets the caretakers and asks if we are ready to do the sam
Artefact, Te Ara o te Riri, 2 Ūpoko 2
Dame Anne Salmond travels Great South Road - itself an artefact of war - to Waikato, Taranaki and the Wairau on a voyage to hear the tragic and often overlooked stories of Aotearoa’s early
Artefact, Te Hokinga Mai, 2 Ūpoko 1
The mystery of the Motunui Panels takes Dame Anne Salmond from Aotearoa to Switzerland and back, and a beloved bishop finds his final rest in the Hokianga after a hundred and thirty years.
E kō ana ngā kōpara a Rongomaitāpui
He tuakana-taina a Tioreore rāua ko Kararaina Ngātai Melbourne o Ngāti Porou me Tūhoe, kua whai pūtea tautoko i te taiopenga kiriata o Māoriland hei whakatutuki i o rāua wawata hanga kiriata.
Te Ao with Moana, 2 Ūpoko 11
He hōtaka take mohoa hou, tino pono, whakatuanui hoki, e tirotiro ana ki ngā kōrero o tāwāhi mā te arotahi Māori, ina koa, te arotahi o Moana Maniapoto.
Ko Papatūānuku, ko Tāne ka whakakitea i te mahinga toi nunui rawa i Aotearoa
Ko ngā kōrero mō Papatūānuku ka huraina i tētahi kaupapa ahurea ki Aotea Centre i Tāmaki Makaurau hei te pō nei.
Ngā tāne whakairo rino
Kei te rahi haere ngā ringatoi Māori e whakairo ana i te rino, tua atu i te rākau. Tūtaki mai ki ngā tāne ka waihanga i ēnā mahi toi.
He wharetoi karāhe kua tūwhera hei tāwhārau i ngā ringatoi Māori
Nō nā tata nei tūwhera ai ngā tatau o te whare toi hou o te ringatoi karāehe, o Te Rongo Kirkwood, i te uru o Tāmaki Makaurau.
The story of blind Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, one of Australia's most important and acclaimed voices, whose music took inspiration from his country in North East Arnhem Land.
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