Rukutia ngā mātauranga Māori kei ngā kōwhaiwhai, ngā pūrākau kōrero o ngā tā me ngā whakairo.
I te ao Māori, ngātahi ana te haere o ngā toi me te reo, ā, he mātauranga Māori anō kei ngā kōwhaiwhai.
Ko te matua o tēnei hōtaka, he whakamārama i te mana o ngā mahinga toi hei hangarau mō te ako i te reo.
Whakarongo ki ngā ringatoi kōwhaiwhai e kōrero mō ā rātou mahi, kātahi ka whakamātauria te mahi, ki tā mātou wānanga kōwhaiwhai!
Dive into the Māori knowledge within kōwhaiwhai, storytelling patterns found in Māori artwork and carvings.
Within the Māori world, visual art and language go hand in hand and Māori knowledge lives within kōwhaiwhai.
This programme is rooted in understanding how our visual language is a learning device for the Māori language.
Listen to kōwhaiwhai artists speak about their practice and style, then have a hands-on go yourself in our kōwhaiwhai workshop!