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Tūhonohono i ngā taonga ā-iwi

  • Date: 23 November 2017 to 24 November 2017
  • Location: Te Ahu Kaitaia, Corner of Mathews Avenue and South Road (SH1), Kaitaia, Kaitaia

Tūhonohono i ngā taonga ā-iwi explores preservation of iwi cultural heritage and development of iwi cultural centres. Kaitiaki of taonga and those who have a general interest are welcome

Description

Nau mai, haere mai ki tō tātou hui a Tūhonohono i ngā taonga ā-iwi, You are welcome to attend the Tūhonohono conference on 23rd-24th November at Te Ahu Kaitaia. If you are planning an iwi cultural centre, have aspirations to return taonga home into your own care, or simply want some first-hand advice and insight from other iwi and cultural heritage experts who are responding to the challenges and opportunities of caring for, managing, storing, exhibiting and sharing stories about their taonga – this hui is for you. Tūhonohono is aimed at iwi representatives who are involved with iwi cultural centres, the preservation of iwi culture and built heritage, kaitiaki of taonga, and iwi development. It is also for those who have a general interest in these areas and would like to learn more. Presentations and workshops include iwi representatives and those who are striving to preserve their own cultural heritage and who will share their journeys, experiences and the lessons they’ve learned. Cultural heritage experts will also share their expertise to help you. Dont miss out on this opportunity to discuss your kaupapa with experienced presenters on key topics impacting on iwi development and cultural preservation.

This event is organised by Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and is sponsored by Te Puni Kōkiri.

Venue

Te Ahu Kaitaia

Corner of Mathews Avenue and South Road (SH1)
Kaitaia
Kaitaia

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The price is: 1000.00

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Disclaimer: Whilst best endeavours have been made to ensure the accuracy of this information it was submitted to Te Puni Kōkiri by the event organiser and they are responsible for its accuracy.

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