Thanks to Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, Inahaa Te Urutahi Waikerepuru and Te Matahiapo for their contribution to the Skype, and to Lee Joachim for sharing with the SCANZ participants, on the subject of water and peace. Lee Joachim is the Cultural Research Manager with Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation
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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

Making collages
- 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)

Full programme:

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.

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