Storytelling with Patricia Grace | Kōrero Pūrakau me Patricia Grace

Tamariki mā – come hear the awesome story of chief Te Rauparaha and his world-famous haka ‘Ka Mate’. Then try out the haka for yourself!

  • When Sun 26 Feb 2017, 11:00–11:30am
  • Where
    Te Marae, Level 4
  • Cost Free event

Te ringa rehe, te ringa whakairo, he ringa kaha | Through our arts we express our language, culture, and history

Much-loved author Patricia Grace reads from Haka, her children’s book about the great Ngāti Toa chief. Then you can learn the actions to ‘Ka Mate’ step by step.

Whiti Te Rā! The story of Ngāti Toa Rangatira

Explore the successes, dramatic setbacks, and extraordinary resurgence of Ngāti Toa Rangatira – the local iwiiwi tribe in the Wellington region and the top of the South Island. Exhibition closes Friday 17 March 2017.

Patricia Grace leads a writing workshop at Te Papa, 2016. Photograph by Wiremu Grace. Te Papa

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Patricia Grace leads a writing workshop at Te Papa, 2016. Photograph by Wiremu Grace. Te Papa

Ō taringa mai tamariki mā, whāia te kōrero mō Te Rauparaha ka mutu mō te haka rongonui a ‘Ka Mate’. Kia haka mai rā!

Ko Patricia Grace te kaituhi e aroha nuitia ana, ka kōrero i tana pukapuka tamariki a Haka, mō te rangatira nui o Ngāti Toa. Ka āta ako ki ngā mahi ā-ringa ‘Ka Mate’.

Whiti Te Rā! Ngā kōrero tuku iho o Ngāti Toa Rangatira

Tirotiro kau atu ngā au piki ngā au heke, me te aranga ake anō o Ngāti Toa Rangatira, iwi kāinga o Te Whanganui-a-Tara ki Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-a-Māui. Ka kati te whakaaturanga Rāmere 17 o Maehe 2017.