Day 1 - Wednesday 18 April

 

Mahi Tahi

Naku te rourou, nau te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi

With your basket and my basket, the people will live

 

8.00am

Registration Opens - Te Papa level 1 foyer

9.30am

Powhiri & Conference Opening - Te Papa Marae

(Gather for Powhiri at 9.20am)

10.00am

Morning Tea

10.30am

Opening Keynote - Soundings Theatre

Mike Hollings, Chief Executive, Te Kura, The Correspondence School of New Zealand

 

11.30am

Panel Discussion

Whakakotahitanga - working together

Chair - Darcy Nicholas

Haami Piripi and Phil Cross: Creating Te Ahu, reflecting the cultures of 7 iwi

Wayne Ngata: Maori and Science converging for the Transit of Venus

12.30pm

Lunch

1.30pm

Panel Discussion

'Taonga to Taonga' with Willie Jackson

Wira Gardiner, Jenny Harper, Albert Wendt, Ripeka Evans

3.00pm

Afternoon Tea

3.30pm

Concurrent Sessions - Nga kete o te wananga

3 concurrent sessions:

Te kete aronui – experience

Chair - Rhonda Paku

Piri Sciascia, Michelle Hippolite

Te kete tuauri – matauranga

Chair - Kylie Ngaropo

Meareana Selby, Brett Graham

Te kete tuatea - wairuatanga

Chair - Arapata Hakiwai

Pou Temara, Hokimoana Te Rika-Hekerangi, Te Herekiekie Herewini

4.30pm

Day One Wrap

Conal McCarthy, Tryphena Cracknell, Reuben Friend

5.00pm

Sessions End

5.30pm

Welcome Function

Museum of Wellington City & Sea

kindly sponsored by Kenderdine Electrical Ltd

7.00pm

Dinner Options

Directors & Governors - hosted by Hon Chris Finlayson, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Grand Hall, Parliament Buildings (by invitation only)

Kaitiaki - own arrangements

Casual dinner - own arrangements

9.00pm

Film compilation and icecream - NZ Film Archive

Free screening - please ensure you select this option when booking as numbers are limited

GETTING TOGETHER (NZBC/Pacific Films, 1971, 30 minutes)

From the great "Survey" TV series GETTING TOGETHER looks at the weird and wonderful community groups and clubs formed by New Zealanders, including the Wellington branch of the Flying Saucer club. The episode is introduced by a typically irascible Denis Glover.