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Ko Rongowhakaata : ruku i te pō, ruku i te ao / he mea tuhituhi nā te iwi te iwi o Rongowhakaata me Michael Keith = The story of light and shadow / written by Rongowhakaata iwi with Michael Keith ; translation by Morehu Nikora.

Contributor(s): Keith, Michael, 1947- [author.] | Morehu, Nikora [translator.] | Museum of New Zealand [host institution.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Te Papa Press, 2018Description: 167 pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780994136299; 0994136293.Other title: Ruku i te pō, ruku i te ao | Story of light and shadow.Subject(s): Rongowhakaata (New Zealand people) | Art objects, Maori -- Exhibitions | Art, Maori -- Exhibitions | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Material culture -- Exhibitions | Taonga | Kōrero nehe | Te Ao Hurihuri | Kaitiakitanga | Whare whakairo | Whakairo | Noho-ā-iwi | Mātauranga | Poupou | Whakaaturanga toi ataata | Ringatū | Reorua | Te Hau ki Turanga (N.Z.)Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs.DDC classification: 305.89944209344 Summary: "This book is published to mark the opening of the Ko Rongowhakaata: The Story of Light and Shadow exhibition at Te Papa, which represents the culmination and breadth of Rongowhakaata history and whakaaro (considerations) and has the significant meeting house Te Hau ki Tūranga as its central statement of identity and aspiration. The book showcases more than 60 Rongowhakaata taonga, and its text, in English and te reo Māori, focuses on key threads including innovation and kaitiekitanga (sustainable processes). It also explores layers of encounter within Tūranga - Rongowhakaata and Gisborne iwi first encountered the British in 1769, during Captain Cook's arrival in Poverty Bay - and the impacts of those encounters on the shape and position of the iwi, and indeed modern New Zealand, today"-- Publisher information.
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This book is published to mark the one-year anniversary of the Ko Rongowhakaata: The Story of Light and Shadow exhibition at Te Papa, which represents the culmination and breadth of Rongowhakaata history and whakaaro (considerations) and has the significant meeting house Te Hau ki Turanga as its central statementof identity and aspiration. The book showcases more than 60 Rongowhakaatataonga, and its text, in English and te reo Maori, focuses on key threads including innovation and kaitiekitanga (sustainable processes). It also explores layers of encounter within Turanga - Rongowhakaata and Gisborne iwi first encountered the British in 1769, during Captain Cook's arrival in Poverty Bay - and the impacts of those encounters on the shape and position of the iwi, and indeed modern New Zealand, today.

"This guide to the exhibition Ko Rongowhakaata was developed by Rongowhakaata Iwi members with the assistance of Michael Keith"--Colophon.

"This book is published to mark the opening of the Ko Rongowhakaata: The Story of Light and Shadow exhibition at Te Papa, which represents the culmination and breadth of Rongowhakaata history and whakaaro (considerations) and has the significant meeting house Te Hau ki Tūranga as its central statement of identity and aspiration. The book showcases more than 60 Rongowhakaata taonga, and its text, in English and te reo Māori, focuses on key threads including innovation and kaitiekitanga (sustainable processes). It also explores layers of encounter within Tūranga - Rongowhakaata and Gisborne iwi first encountered the British in 1769, during Captain Cook's arrival in Poverty Bay - and the impacts of those encounters on the shape and position of the iwi, and indeed modern New Zealand, today"-- Publisher information.

Text in te reo Māori and English.