Category Archives: conversations in creative cultures

Conversations_In_CreativeCulture_WK4

1. Tikanga is the the maori conception of what is correct or what is right.If there is a breach of tikanga, what will arrise is a take-utu-ea, which refers to the resolution of an issue. Take describes the breach and

Conversations_In_CreativeCulture_WK4

1. Tikanga is the the maori conception of what is correct or what is right.If there is a breach of tikanga, what will arrise is a take-utu-ea, which refers to the resolution of an issue. Take describes the breach and

Conversations_In_CreativeCulture_WK3

Chapter Four: Emerging Societies Maaripi – Te Puawaitanga: 1500-1800 Shark teeth run down the edge of the Maaripi, Ceremonial knife. A ceremonial knife is thought to have been used for cutting the skin of prestigious catches. Included as prestigious catches

Conversations_In_CreativeCulture_WK3

Chapter Four: Emerging Societies Maaripi – Te Puawaitanga: 1500-1800 Shark teeth run down the edge of the Maaripi, Ceremonial knife. A ceremonial knife is thought to have been used for cutting the skin of prestigious catches. Included as prestigious catches

Conversations_In_CreativeCulture_WK2Origins_NgaKakano_August3rd

The Tauihu (Canoe figure head, above) was found in Wharauwerawera , yet it’s origins are unclear. The information drawn on to give it origins is in the art practices used to make the carvings. The time, the place, and thus,

Conversations_In_CreativeCulture_WK2Origins_NgaKakano_August3rd

The Tauihu (Canoe figure head, above) was found in Wharauwerawera , yet it’s origins are unclear. The information drawn on to give it origins is in the art practices used to make the carvings. The time, the place, and thus,