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 2018

  • 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.

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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