Story: Contemporary Māori art – ngā toi hōu

Rangimārie and Diggeress Hetet

Dame Rangimārie Hetet was very important in leading the revival of Māori weaving. Here she is seen still at work at the age of 100, while her daughter Diggeress talks about how the two of them taught others their precious skills.

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Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, 'Contemporary Māori art – ngā toi hōu - Beginnings of contemporary Māori art', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/video/45355/rangimarie-and-diggeress-hetet (accessed 22 November 2018)

Story by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, published 22 Oct 2014