Discover Rongowhakaata’s places and people
Explore the places important to Rongowhakaata identity and encounter leaders who sent ripples across our country’s history: master carver Raharuhi Rukupō, prophet, nationalist leader and prolific artist and composer Te Kooti, and war recruitment and social campaigner Hēni Materoa to name a few.
Explore Rongowhakaata creativity
Rongowhakaata carvers are celebrated for their contrast of light and shadow – discover some of their most valued taonga, spanning centuries. Explore numerous contemporary art works, and learn about distinctive Rongowhakaata weaving, literary experts, and performing artists.
Kia tū rangatira ai a Rongowhakaata
For Rongowhakaata to stand with dignity
Trail: Ko Rongowhakaata whānau trail
Ko Rongowhakaata whānau trail
Nau mai, haere mai! Print out this trail to explore the world of Rongowhakaata iwi with you tamariki (kids).
Taikura Kapa Haka 2019
Taikura Kapa Haka 2019Sat 22 Jun – Sun 23 Jun 2019, 10.00am–4.30pm Soundings Theatre, Level 2
Friends Takeover: Access All Areas
Friends Takeover: Access All AreasThu 27 Jun 2019, 6.30pm–9.30pm All areas of Te Papa
Onepū: Performance by Atamira Dance Company + Q&A
Onepū: Performance by Atamira Dance Company + Q&AFri 19 Jul 2019, 7.30pm–8.45pm Soundings Theatre, Level 2
Onepū: Performance by Atamira Dance Company
Onepū: Performance by Atamira Dance CompanySat 20 Jul 2019, 1.00pm–2.00pm Soundings Theatre, Level 2
Movement Workshop with Atamira Dance Company
Movement Workshop with Atamira Dance CompanySat 20 Jul 2019, 3.00pm–4.00pm Te Marae, Level 4
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