As part of a very special international/national artist in residency programme at Parihaka. We are delighted to be hosting a series of free workshops open to the public.
Sunday 4th of February & Monday 5th of February 2018
10am - 4pm both days - please go to Te Niho for the workshops.
Wai, flow, the health of rivers and fish
- With Maata Wharehoka, Andrew Hornblow and Sonja van Kirkhoff. 10-4pm Sunday 4th and Monday 5th BYO lunch
This workshop brings together traditional understandings of wai, water, flow and river health; it involves measuring the water itself; and then making guided creative projects resulting from the discussion and korero
Carving small rocks
- with Glen Skipper Monday 5th 1-4pm
Being creative with digital cameras
- with Stephen Boothe Monday 5th 2-4pm
Solar power workshop
- with Allan Giddy Monday 5th 1-4pm
- with Ava Werner Friday 9th, Saturday 10th 10-4pm both days, drop by any time.
If you are interested please book your place with:
ian dot clothier at intercreate dot org (with no spaces)
SCANZ2018: Peace, Water, Power represents a significant engagement with the community of Parihaka in terms of the creative projects enabled on the papakainga and the hui which culminates the event. SCANZ2018: Peace, Water, Power will have international, national, regional and local participation, part of the recognition of place. Placing Peace first in the title is a recognition of the Parihaka community and its founders and follows from discussion with Maata Wharehoka.
The event consists of a residency, workshops open to the community, public presentation of projects at Parihaka papakainga, and a hui. After 2016, it was asked that consideration be given to projects that engage with the wai at Parihaka. Several ideas have been formed out of discussion.