Te Pihipihinga Kākano mai i Rangiātea. Photo Glenn Jeffrey

Te Pihipihinga Kākano mai i Rangiātea. Photo Glenn Jeffrey

Māori Language Week - Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2017

  • Mon 11 - Sun 17 Sep
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
  • All welcome

Join us for film screenings in the Len Lye Centre Cinema and waiata and Te Reo lessons in the gallery.

See the full programme here


Te reo lessons

Tue 12 Sep | Thu 14 Sep | 1 – 1.45pm
Todd Energy Learning Centre
Free | No booking required
Join Govett-Brewster staff and guest tutors for introductory Te Reo lessons.

The heART of the Matter
Mon 11 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free | Book online
Luit Bieringa’s richly archived documentary examines the legacy of Gordon Tovey and the post-war education programmes that put art, artists, and Māori arts in particular, into the classroom in Aotearoa.

Hotere
Tue 12 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free | Book online
This documentary by Merata Mita is an intimate portrait of Ralph Hotere, one of Aotearoa’s most respected artists.

The heART of the Matter
Wed 13 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free | Book online
Luit Bieringa’s richly archived documentary examines the legacy of Gordon Tovey and the post-war education programmes that put art, artists, and Māori arts in particular, into the New Zealand classroom.

Hotere
Thu 14 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free | Book online
This documentary by Merata Mita is an intimate portrait of Ralph Hotere, one of Aotearoa’s most respected artists.

The heART of the Matter
Fri 15 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free | Book online
Luit Bieringa’s richly archived documentary examines the legacy of Gordon Tovey and the post-war education programmes that put art, artists, and Māori arts in particular, into the New Zealand classroom.

 

Hotere
Sat 16 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
FREE | Book online
This documentary by Merata Mita is an intimate portrait of Ralph Hotere, one of Aotearoa’s most respected artists.  

The heART of the Matter
Sun 17 Sep | 11am
Len Lye Centre Cinema
Free I Book online
Luit Bieringa’s richly archived documentary examines the legacy of Gordon Tovey and the post-war education programmes that put art, artists, and Māori arts in particular, into the New Zealand classroom.

 

Poi-E: The Story of Our Song
Sun 17 Sep | 1pm
Len Lye Centre Cinema
$12 Adults, $10 for students/seniors | Book online
Tearepa Kahi’s richly researched celebration of Dalvanius Prime and the many rivers that flowed into the making of ‘Poi E’.

 

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