Tāniko and tukutuku

... belts made from tāniko became fashionable for men. Using tukutuku Tukutuku or arapaki is a type of ornamental weaving using reed ... the inside walls of wharenui (meeting houses). The tukutuku panels are placed between the carved wall slabs of the wharenui, and, like the ...

Part of story: Māori weaving and tukutuku – te raranga me te whatu

Māori architecture – whare Māori

... on building sites due to tapu , but got involved making tukutuku (decorative woven panels). The carving school closed in 1938. It had produced many carvers and ...

Part of story: Māori architecture – whare Māori

Revival of the whare whakairo

... development. A role was created for women as makers of tukutuku (lattice wall panels). Ngata wanted all members of the community to be involved in the ...

Part of story: Māori architecture – whare Māori

Plants for weaving

... sword-shaped leaves were woven into kete (baskets), sails, tukutuku panels and fishing nets. Muka, the prepared fibre of flax, was made into cord ...

Part of story: Te ngahere – forest lore

Ancestors

... Kahungunu, Toroa and Tamatekapua. These are depicted in four tukutuku panels near the corners of the meeting house called Tūkākī, at Te Kaha marae ...

Part of story: Te Whānau-ā-Apanui

North and west of Taupō

... 1911 St Matthew’s Church, decorated throughout with woven tukutuku panels, is on the east. 21st-century Māori The Tuaropaki Māori Trust at ...

Part of story: Volcanic Plateau places

Māori buildings and marae

... and Samuel Williams. Completed in 1851, with carving and tukutuku (woven panels), it was one of New Zealand’s finest Māori churches. In 1995 it was ...

Part of story: Wellington region

Waiapu River valley

... Māori architectural design with intricate carvings, tukutuku (woven panels) and fine stained-glass windows. It is considered one of the finest ...

Part of story: East Coast places

Māori studies at Auckland University

... material culture, and the arts of whakairo (carving), tukutuku (woven panels) and raranga (weaving). Māori studies was later extended to include ...

Part of story: Māori studies – ngā tari Māori

Marae community

... or repairs to features of the buildings, including carving, tukutuku panels, kōwhaiwhai patterning and whāriki (mats). In rural marae there may ...

Part of story: Marae management – te whakahaere marae

Carving, 19th century

... missionaries’ illustrated books, as well as kōwhaiwhai , tukutuku (woven panels) and whakairo. Such houses have been described by traditionalists such ...

Part of story: Whakairo – Māori carving

Beginnings of contemporary Māori art

... also pioneered the revival of customary fibre arts such as tukutuku (woven panels) and tāniko (decorative weaving). This work was advanced by the Maori ...

Part of story: Contemporary Māori art – ngā toi hōu

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