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Cuisenaire is an art exhibition by artists Kahukuranui and Suzanne Tamaki. Cuisenaire presents the history of colonisation by word and media, and the decolonisation by kōhanga reo (te reo Māori immersion pre-school) and pouaka whakaata (television). Tamaki’s artwork is centred on Manu, the fantastic plastic Māori, commenting on the colonisation and decolonisation of our reo. Both works are presented as part of CineMarae, an annual exhibition presented by Wairoa Māori Film Festival at the Pah Homestead.

Suitable for: All ages

Exhibition: From Thu 23 June
Gallery hours:
Tue - Fri, 9am-3pm
Weekends, 8am-5pm
Closed Mon and public holidays

Where: The Pah Homestead
72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough

Cost: Entry by koha

  • Family Friendly
  • Wheelchair Access