Four Week Whakairo & Raranga Night Class
January 21, 2021
Carving Night Class
If you have ever wanted to put your hands to the chisel and learn the art of carving then come and experience whakairo on our free four week carving night class. Meet the pūkenga, become familiar with the workshop and environment, meet like minded individuals and secure your place on the diploma this year.
This class is open to both men and women who are seriously interested in studying the diploma, Heke Toi Whakarākai (whakairo) or the degree Poutuarongo Toi Whakarākai (whakairo) qualification.
Registrations close Friday 5 February due to limited spaces in the workshop.
- Start Date: Thursday 11 February
- Duration: Four weeks
- Day/Time: Thursdays, 6pm - 9pm
- Where: Te Wānanga o Raukawa Carving Shed, cnr Tasman Road and Te Rauparaha Streets, Ōtaki
- Cost: Fees Free
Weaving Night Class
Deepen your connection to Papatūānuku through the creative, healing medium of weaving. For anyone with a genuine interest in enrolling in Toi Whakarākai (Raranga) in 2021 this is a must. Come and experience storytelling through the ancient art of weaving and make your very own taonga. Delivered over four nights, you will have the opportunity to meet the tutors, find out more about the weaving qualifications and meet likeminded souls.
- Start Date: Thursday 11 November
- Duration: 4 weeks
- Day/Time: Wednesdays, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
- Where: Te Wānanga o Raukawa, WRM Classrooms, 144 Tasman Road Ōtaki
- Cost: Fees Free
Registrations are essential before Wednesday 10 February due to limited spaces – call now to register your interest!
Call 06 364 9011 or email email@example.com to register!
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