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Whakairoiro Unaunahi
The Whakairoiro programme is driven from a place of supporting the retention, practice and revitalisation of traditional Māori arts mātauranga practices and cultural materials.

Sitting within this programme of work, Toi Ngāpuhi has commenced exploring what this looks like for the practice of whakairo in Te Taitokerau.

Over the past six months, Toi Ngāpuhi have been in kōrero and wānanga with Te Taitokerau Pūkenga Whakairo to build the right foundation and platform for this kaupapa. 

 
These kōrero have raised a number of important considerations for our wider Te Taitokerau community to consider, particularly as we continue to look at the impact of climate change, and the availability of natural resources to continue the practice of whakairo.

As we move through the development and design of the next stage of the programme, it is these types of take that we will be looking to tackle.

In the long-term, it is hoped this piece of work will support the retention of mātauranga whakairo in Te Taitokerau. 
Unaunahi 2021 | Wānanga Tuatahi, Ngāwha.
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Te Toi Mahara will open conversational space for essential cultural and creative themes and art forms including Tā Moko, Whare Whakairo, Te Mahi Hoahoa Whare and Mātiro Whakamua, to show us what Toi Ngāpuhi can be in the future. 
This summit will provide a platform for Te Taitokerau leaders, decision makers, practitioners, experts and commentators to share information and whakaaro around the active recovery, preservation, protection and growth of cultural creativity within Te Ao Māori.

The Inaugural Wānanga Toi 2021, Ōtiria​​​​​​​ Marae.
Click here to read more about this inaugural Wānanga Toi Ngapuhi hui
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​​​​​​​Wānanga Toi Programme PDF
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WĀNANGA TOI
SERIES
Tai o hī, Tai o hā.
Ka timu te tai,
ka pari te tai.
Ko te taiohi auaha
o Te Taitokerau,
kei uta!
The first Tai o Hī Tai o Hā Wānanga Toi Series wrapped up at Ōtiria Marae in June of this year. We celebrated the journey and achievements of our young, creative leaders with whānau and friends, whakanuia! Read more  about their experience. Meet our Kāhui taiohi here.
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PROGRAMME PDF
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READ THE FULL COMMEMORATIVE WĀNANGA TUARUA
PROGRAMME PDF
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READ THE FULL COMMEMORATIVE WĀNANGA TUATORU
PROGRAMME PDF
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READ THE TAI O HĪ
​​​​​​​TAI O HĀ INAUGURAL EXHIBITION
PROGRAMME PDF
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WEBINAR REPLAYS 
TOI NGĀPUHI IS AN INDEPENDENT ARTS ADVOCACY AGENCY!
Te whakaoho i te ihiihi, mō te kounga o ngā tikanga, me ngā auahatanga ō Ngāpuhi, puta noa i Te Taitokerau.
Inspiring excellence in Ngāpuhi cultural and creative expression across Te Taitokerau.
CORE FUNDING PARTNER
Creative New Zealand (CNZ) encourages, promotes and supports the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders through funding, capability building and international programmes and advocacy.

In 2019, CNZ formed a partnership with the newly formed Toi Ngāpuhi.

CNZ sees this partnership as a key way of supporting regional development in the arts with a focus on ngā toi Māori that is aligned to the vision of CNZ’s strategy for Māori arts.
The outcome of this support will be seeing artists deliver new activities into the community.

Te Hā o Ngā Toi Māori is underpinned by a mātauranga Māori framework which incorporates knowledge – knowledge creativity, knowledge transfer and knowledge reclamation. 

The strategy’s vision is for Māori arts to be visible everywhere and highly valued as part of New Zealand’s distinct identity, and admired globally.


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