Delivered by Te Pūtahi-a-Toi – The School of Māori Knowledge at Massey University.


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OVERVIEW OF THE WORKSHOPS HAPPENING IN THIS STREAM
This is one session repeated four times over the Festival weekend.

#1 Saturday AM // Looking back, moving forward
#2 Saturday PM // Looking back, moving forward
#3 Sunday AM // Looking back, moving forward
#4 Sunday PM // Looking back, moving forward


SESSIONS 1–4 – SATURDAY AM + PM & SUNDAY AM + PM
Learn more about the Māori world view, and how we can create a brighter future.

How can we ensure the health of our people and culture into the future? In this workshop stream you’ll explore how Pūrākau (narratives) and mātauranga (knowledge) inform a Māori world view. The knowledge embedded in ancient narratives provides continually relevant teachings as to how we might understand environment, culture, people and place in te ao hurihuri (the changing world).

KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES FROM THIS SESSION
Mana, Whānau, Tikanga, Te Reo

MEET THE FACILITATORS INVOLVED IN RUNNING THIS WORKSHOP STREAM

Te Ataakura Pewhairangi  Te Pūtahi a Toi/School of Māori Knowledge, Massey University

Te Ataakura Pewhairangi
Te Pūtahi a Toi/School of Māori Knowledge, Massey University

Te Ataakura in many ways represents the new face of Māori Education. Te reo Māori is her first language, she has also been raised within a community of committed Māori educationalists.

Te Rā Moriarty  Te Pūtahi a Toi/School of Māori Knowledge, Massey University

Te Rā Moriarty
Te Pūtahi a Toi/School of Māori Knowledge, Massey University

Te Rā’s passions lie with te reo Māori, its sounds, expressions, metaphors, histories and knowledge, along with tikanga Māori and te ao Māori, the Māori world. He looks forward to sharing his knowledge and experiences with you.


Learn more about the other breakout streams.