Food and performance: Kaihaukai art collective & Mara TK

Join the Kaihaukai art collective and musician Mara TK for an evening of music and food inspired by place, mahika kai practice, and the exhibition, Tamatea: He Tūtakinga Tuku IhoLegacies of Encounter. Registrations essential.

  • When | Āhea Tue 3 Mar 2020, 7.00pm–10.00pm
  • Where | Ki hea
    Te Marae, Level 4
  • Cost | Te utu To be confirmed

Join Kaihaukai art collective – Simon Kaan and Ron Bull Jnr., and musician Mara TK – for an evening of music and food inspired by Tamatea (Dusky Sound), Ngāi Tahu mahika kai practices, and the Toi Art exhibition Tamatea: He Tūtakinga Tuku IhoLegacies of Encounter.

Projects by Kaihaukai are centred on food-related cultural practice and exchange. There will be limited places available for this event – please register your interest by joining our waitlist. You will be contacted when details are released and event registrations are opened.

Register your interest

Please direct any enquiries to publicprogrammes@tepapa.govt.nz.

Two men stand smiling over an array of food

Caption

Ron Bull, Senior Lecturer at Otago Polytechnic and artist Simon Kaan at a Kaihaukai performance at the opening of Alex Monteith’s exhibition Kā paroro o haumumu: Coastal Flows / Coastal Incursions at Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 31 May 2019. Photo by Justin Spears and courtesy of Dunedin Public Art Gallery