Haramai ki te hanga he manu tukutuku ki tō Louie Zalk-Neale taha (Ngāi Te Rangi, Pākehā). He ringatoi rongonui a Louie, he nui tōna aroha ki te whakarauora i ngā mahi a ngā tūpuna, otirā ki ngā mahi o te whare pora. Ko te whāinga o te papamahi ia, kia tutuki ai te mahi hanga manu tukutuku ki te raupō me te harakeke. He rauemi ēnei kua hauhaketia kei Ōtaki nei.
He papamahi tēnei mā ngā tāngata katoa, erangi, me rēhita ki: https://forms.gle/tuSrgVBqtaWA1HXGA
He uaua mā ngā tamariki iti ake i te 10 tau, nō reira, me tautoko rātou e te pakeke. He iti noa ngā tūranga o te papamahi nei – ā ka whai wāhi tuatahi mai ngā tāngata e noho ana kei Ōtaki nei.This Manu Tukutuku workshop is inspired by the traditional making and flying of Manu Tukutuku kites during Matariki. Louie Zalk Neale is a renown artist who is passionate about reviving the art of Manu Tukutuku making with the same resources our ancestors used: locally harvested raupō and flax.
Everyone is welcome but you must register by filling out THIS FORM
Children under 10 will need help from an adult. Spaces are limited for this workshop