Ahua: Explore relevant taonga and their relationship to identity, relationships and/or connection to Te Ao Maori, including Ta Moko, pounamu
As part of todays blessing, a pounamu
touchstone was unveiled.
Now she works for the Nga Kete Matauranga Pounamu
Charitable Trust as a mauri ora nurse.
Some significant cultural redress examples include the return of pounamu
ownership to Ngai Tahu, (30) the co-management of the Waikato River, (31) and recognizing a large national park as having its own legal personality.
It focuses on the nexus of materiality which is shared by museums and metaphor and examines two well-known examples of foregrounded, highly poetic, non-linguistic metaphor: the pounamu
or greenstone in Museum of New Zealand Te papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand and the sculpture Edge of the Trees at the Museum of Sydney, Australia.
The Maori are believed to have discovered the region over 1,000 years ago, going there to collect greenstone or pounamu
, which they used to carve jewellery and weapons.
in 4 estuarine systems along the Canterbury coast of the South Island/ Te Wai Pounamu
South Island Maori rock art project, Te Kaupapa i Nga Tuhituhi Tawhito o Te Wai Pounamu
He published his first volume of short stories, Pounamu
in 1972 and his first novel, Tangi, in 1973.
Just as telling their story was a pathway for healing, so was (re)connecting to their Maori culture as Pounamu
She also presented Banks with a pounamu
necklace before being given a number of US-style bear-hugs in return.
Wellington: Ministry of Education Research Division, Maori Education Research Institute (MERI), and Poutama Pounamu
Research and Development Centre.