Saturday, 1 October 2011
09.00 - 21.00
Bruce Mason Centre
We are pleased to present the next event in NZ Body Art Awards - Homegrown.
Immerse yourself in The Pah and experience the beauty of Maori culture through the expression of bodyart.
Home Grown - Kiwiana
What can this bring to the NZ Body Art Awards 2011: Maoridom, marae, iwi, pa, song and dance, Pah's and pa, Moriori, Te Rapahi, Maui, Rangi, Hatupatu, Hu, Hapa Haka, poi, pupu, hair combs, fire, taiaha, stick games, kite (Maori), Tuku Tuku designs, tiki, teko, Maori musical instruments, nose flute, carvings, waka, capes (feather cloaks), poupou - genealogy carvings, flora and fauna - tuatara, weta. Kauri snail, puriri, geeko, feathers, Edmonds Cook Book, jandals, Swandri, seafood - kai moana, barby and hangi, corrugated iron; number 8 wire, traps - Maori fishing, birds and possum, snares, letterboxes - flags, landscape and climatic changes - ocean, mountains, Matariki (seven sisters), Southern Cross, thermal activity, steam, Rim of Fire, The Kiwi Bach - water tanks, the long drop, lie lows with sand on them, gum diggers, miners, inventors, immigrants - Dallies, Chinese, Irish, Pacific Islands, Dutch, pavlova, pies, busy bee, wild food -kuni kuni (pigs), oysters and oyster bay, whitebait, huhu bugs, kura (fresh water cray) mutton birds, whaling, sealing, manuka honey, birds - morepork, NZ Railway, Phar-lap, Split Ends, Billy T James, Fred Dagg, sheep, shearers, sheep dogs and whistles.
Listed by PW