Posts tagged with Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Kōrero Kākahu: Building Kōrero

  • Matthew McIntyre-Wilson and a Te Papa host. Photograph by Pamela Lovis. Te Papa.
  • Matthew McIntyre-Wilson. Photograph by Matariki Williams. Te Papa.
  • Mark Sykes preparing the muka. Photograph by Matariki Williams. Te Papa.
  • Mark and some interested visitors. Photography by Pamela Lovis. Te Papa.

By Matariki Williams As many of you will probably know, it is school holidays time and Te Papa is buzzing with the energy of its many extra little visitors. Kahu Ora is no exception and when I went in to talk to the new weavers in residence, I was very happy to see the exhibition… Read more »

Kōrero Kākahu: Weaving Worldviews

Donna Head, Kohai Grace and Clare Butler. Photograph by Pamela Lovis

by Matariki Williams A highlight for me in Kahu Ora is a kākahu that is in the process of being cleaned by Textile Conservator Anne Peranteau. This kahu kurī is from between 1750 and 1840, of unknown provenance, and is made from strips of the pelt of a kurī (Polynesian dog) sewn onto a finely twined foundation… Read more »