The exhibition Te Rangi Haupapa – a woven history approaches concepts around colonisation and the aftermath of the land wars in the Bay of Plenty, specifically through a Te Āo Māori lens.
Two contrasting spaces aligned with the gender elements of Māoridom, offer insight into Aotearoa New Zealand’s tumultuous past and the intergenerational healing that continues to be explored by many of our contemporary artists today. Artists featured include Tawhai Rickard and James Ormsby with more to be confirmed.
NZ Residents by Donation. Children (12 years & under) Free. International Visitors $7.
This event is part of the Tuia – Encounters 250 programme.