From Wednesday March 21 – Saturday March 24, between 10am – 10pm
6 Fenchurch Street, Glen Innes, Auckland
Curated and facilitated by Tamati Patuwai and Mad Ave, this ‘creative research’ project responds to the impact of housing redevelopment in the Tāmaki area.
Wananga ritual, arts practice and performance are weaved together as tools for healing, resilience and cohesion in the innovative Home Fires initiative, a four-day event in the backyards and open spaces of Glen Innes. Hui e, Taiki e!
Part of Auckland Art Festival’s Whānui programme. Whānui is a celebration of Tāmaki Makaurau and our creative neighbourhoods.
For 2018 the Whānui theme is creative intergenerational conversations: where older and younger people interact, create, share and learn from each other with five events taking place across the Auckland region.
Whānui is supported by the Auckland Diversity Project Fund – Creative New Zealand, Foundation North and sponsored by Todd Corporation
Whānui | Home Fires
Date(s) - 21/03/2018 - 24/03/2018