Tukutuku is a customary Māori artform used for storytelling. Woven panels made up of kākaho, with geometric patterns in toetoe, kiekie and pingao carry deep meaning and often tell stories of identity, family, and community. Awhina Murupaenga has created a contemporary take on the traditional craft and will teach people to weave their own story.

As part of this workshop, Awhina will present a kōrero about tukutuku and participants will receive their very own Whatu Creative Mini Tukutuku toi kit to take home.

Flat fee of $7 per day on weekends at Fanshawe Street carpark. Find out more.

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Last updated: 31 May 2024