The opening pōwhiri for Brett Graham's exhibition Tai Moana Tai Tangata.
Image: Neil Pardington.

The opening pōwhiri for Brett Graham's exhibition Tai Moana Tai Tangata.
Image: Neil Pardington.

Tai Moana Tai Tangata: A Taranaki Tribal Perspective

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18 Mar 2021

Missed out on your ticket for the first event in our new speaker series Tai Moana Tai Tangata: A Taranaki Tribal perspective? You can join our livestream here from 6pm on Thursday 18 March.

Free tickets are still available for the final two events in our speaker series: Bishop Philip Richardson on Thursday 15 April and Te Ingo Ngaia on Thursday 22 April.

Wharehoka Wano will be discussing Te Kingitanga and Ngā Iwi o Taranaki. Founded in the Waikato in 1858, Kingitanga sought to unite Māori under a single sovereign. The connection between the second Māori king, Tawhiao, and Taranaki is strong, and based on principles of peace central to both Parihaka and the Pai Marire religion. As the King’s representative in Taranaki, Wharehoka Wano will discuss this past, and what it could mean for the future of Taranaki.

 

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