Toro mai ki te Kaitohutohu o Pātaka, an Ana Sciascia, māna koutou e tāpoi ki te whakaaturanga toi o Naadohbii: To Draw Water. He timonga kai, he waiata, he perehana anō hoki.
Mō te Whakaturanga
He whakaaturanga mahinga toi o ngā Iwi taketake o Motu Honu (Canada), o Aotearoa, me te Pāpaka Nui a Māui (Australia). Nā ngā ringatoi hokotahi neke atu. Ko te matua kaupapa ko te kotahitanga o ngā iwi taketake ki ngā take taiao, ngā take tōrangapū, me ngā take ahurea, me te hononga o aua mea ki te wai. He mea whakarite tahi tēnei whakaaturanga e Museums Victoria, Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG-Qaumajuq) me Pātaka Art + Museum.
Join Pātaka director Ana Sciascia for a gallery tour of Naadohbii: To Draw Water along with refreshments, waiata and spot prizes. Hurō! No booking required.
About the Exhibition
This exhibition brings together contemporary Indigenous artwork from Turtle Island (Canada), Aotearoa (New Zealand), and many First Peoples nations of Australia. Featuring over 20 artists, including newly commissioned pieces, Naadohbii: To Draw Water illustrates an axis of solidarity between First Peoples nations across the globe around environmental, political and cultural connections to water.
The exhibition is a curatorial partnership project between Museums Victoria, Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG-Qaumajuq) and Pātaka Art + Museum.
Image: Israel Birch, Rerenga Wairua, 2021. Installation view.