guide to the Maori meeting house Te Hau-ki-Turanga by Terence Barrow

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  • Gisborne.


  • Te Hau-ki-Turanga Meeting House, N.Z.,
  • Architecture, Maori -- New Zealand -- Gisborne.

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Other titlesTe Hau-ki-Turanga.
StatementT. Barrow.
LC ClassificationsNA1607.T4 B37
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4186034M
LC Control Number80464235

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OCLC Number: Description: 35 pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: The name of the house --Te Hau-ki-Turanga and Raharuhi Rukupo the builder --How the house came to Wellington --The function of a meeting house --The task of building a meeting house --The place of Te Hau-ki-Turanga in carving tradition --Carving of the Turanga school and its symbolism --Decorated panels --Painted.

Te Hau-ki-Tūranga whare whakairo (carved house) was built in the early s at Ōrākaiapu pā, near Gisborne. The head carver was Raharuhi Rukupō, and the house was dedicated to his elder brother, Rongowhakaata chief Tāmati Wāka Māngere.

Steel tools were used in carving it, and this. A Guide to the Maori Meeting House Te Hau-ki-Turanga: Author: Terence Barrow: Publisher: Dominion Museum, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: 35 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

A guide to the Maori meeting house Te Hau-ki-Turanga Unknown Binding – January 1, by Terence Barrow (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Terence Barrow. Toi whakairo (art carving) or just whakairo (carving) is a Māori traditional art of carving in wood, stone or bone.

Wood was formed into houses, fencepoles, containers, taiaha and tool handles. Stone, preferably the very hard pounamu (greenstone), was the chief material for tools of many kinds. Bone was used for fish hooks, needles etc. Following the introduction of metal tools there was a. Barrow, T. A guide to the Maori meeting house Te Hau-ki-Turanga / T.

Barrow National Museum Wellington Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Tama-te-kapua, ancestor of Te Arawa, depicted in a carving at Tamatekapua meeting house in Ohinemutu, Rotorua, circa Tama-te-kapua is holding the stilts he used when he stole breadfruit from a tree belonging to Uenuku in the mythical homeland, Hawaiki.

The great wharenui Te Hau-ki-Tūranga, now in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, was built in on the East Coast. It is the oldest surviving such building in the world.

In this clip from his television series Whare Māori, Māori architectural designer Rau Hoskins looks at the significance of Te Hau-ki-Tūranga.

This history of Te Hau ki Turanga highlights the ambiguities faced when attempting to study a Maori building within a Western context.

Rukupo is dead, and after nearly years away from its marae the house can no longer speak through a tangata whenua. Te Hau ki Turanga's Maori history is lost.

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A marae incorporates a carved meeting house (wharenui) with an open space in front (marae ātea), a dining hall and cooking area, and a toilet and shower block. Maori meeting house, Auckland By Kathrin Marks. A challenge, New Zealand By Tamaki Maori Village.

Ohinemutu Marae, Rotorua By Destination Rotorua Te Wharenui. The most important of. The majority of Maori carving from this period is more stylized than this figure. This naturalistic style may have been intended to emphasize the social or human side of the ancestor represented.

The Maori meeting house increased in size and height during the nineteenth century, due. The world's oldest wharenui of its kind will stay put at Te Papa for the next 2½ years. Te Hau ki Turanga was set to be returned to rightful owners Gisborne iwi Rongowhakaata, before the end of. Browse and buy a vast selection of Architecture Books and Collectibles on   Now the famous Rongowhakaata house Te Hau ki Turanga, the oldest of its kind and the centrepiece of the national museum Te Papa, will go back to its people after a report from the Waitangi Tribunal was accepted by the government, who will help the tribe care for it.

More than guests from around the country attended the ceremony which was held in front of whare whakairo (carved meeting house) Te Hau ki Turanga. Te Hau ki Turanga was designed by master carver Raharuhi Rukupo. The whare whakairo was confiscated by the Crown in but stands at the heart of the exhibition.

Interior of Te Maori Hau-ki-Turanga (Spirit of Turanga) Meeting House, Poverty Bay, New Zealand Artist: n/a Date: s restored Source/Museum: Auckland Museum, New Zealand. Werner Forman Archive, London Medium: Wood, shell, grass, flax, and pigment Size: n/a Title: Bai-ra-irrai, modern men's house (bai) Artist: n/a Date: originally.

Te Hau-Ki-Turanga meeting house, built by the Ngati Kaipoho tribe in Detail of the portrait figure of Raharuhi Rukupo, the chief responsible for organising and directing the carving.

The unique arrangement of moko tattoos allowed`the subjects of portrait sculptures to be identified. Barrow, T. A Guide to the Maori Meeting House: Te Hau ki Turanga. Wellington, Dominion Museum. Barrow, T.

Maori Wood Sculpture of New Zealand. Wellington, Reed. Barton, G. and D. Reynolds Hotunui: The Restoration of a Meeting House. Auckland, Auckland Museum. Beattie, J.H. Traditional Lifeways of the Southern Maori. View Notes - MaoriIntro from ARTH at University of British Columbia.

Introduction to Maori Lectures References: T.T. Barrow. A Guide to the Maori Meeting House: Te Hau-ki-Turanga. Te Hau-Ki-Turanga: A Guide to the Maori Meeting House - by T.

Barrow; Te Mana & Turanga: The story of the carved house Te Mana & Turanga on the Whakato Marae at Manutuke, Gisborne - by Leo Fowler; The Lore of the Whare-wānanga: Or Teachings of the Maori College on Religion, Cosmogony, and History (Cambridge. a guide to the maori meeting house te hau ki turanga Download a guide to the maori meeting house te hau ki turanga or read online here in PDF or EPUB.

Please click button to get a guide to the maori meeting house te hau ki turanga book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Te Kooti Rikirangi was a revolutionary who created the Christian based Ringatu religion and changed the face of meeting house construction, his influence on the striking, idiosyncratic and graphically rich designs for painted meeting houses are celebrated in this episode.

Maori wood sculpture of New Zealand. Wellington, Reed [] (OCoLC) Document Type: House Te Hau-ki-Turanga ; House Te Mana-o-Turanga ; House Tama-te-Kaupua ; The modern Meeting-house ; Door lintels) --Religion and death: memorials. The world’s oldest surviving whare whakairo (carved meeting house), Te Hau ki Tūranga, sits at the heart of the exhibition.

Built in the early s and wrongfully confiscated by the Crown inTe Hau ki Tūranga was then held by the Colonial Museum, displayed at the Dominion Museum and moved to Te Papa where it has been displayed since. Te Hau ki Tūranga is a historic whare whakairo, or carved meeting house, and is the oldest of its kind - dating back to the s.

It's a beautiful structure, completed by a master carver in the Tūranga style, but it's also special because of the community and people it belongs to - the Gisborne iwi of Rongowhakaata - and their ancestors.

Provides a synopsis to the book just published, Māori architecture: from fale to wharenui by Deidre Brown. A guide to the Māori meeting house, Te Hau-ki-Turanga / T. Barrow. Date: From: Wellington [N.Z Describes the functioning of a traditional Maori village, and its groupings of family houses.

Traces the development of European. Controversy: In early September,the Te Hau ki Turanga Trust claimed that the Reserve Bank of New Zealand used the mangaroa pattern seen on the note from the Te Hau ki Turanga meeting house.

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INSPIRATION: Te Hau ki Turanga, the country’s oldest wharenui, was confiscated in The Rongowhakaata meeting house will be the centre of attention at a two-day forum beginning tomorrow at Te Poho o Rawiri Marae.

Media in category "Te Hau-ki-Tūranga" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. Maori meeting house carvings in 1, × 1,; KB. - Explore Wairoa Maori Film Festival's board "Hawaiiki Hou", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Maori art, Maori, Polynesian people.7 pins.

(noun) meeting house, large house - main building of a marae where guests are accommodated. Traditionally the wharenui belonged to a hapū or whānau but some modern meeting houses, especially in large urban areas, have been built for non-tribal groups, including schools and tertiary institutions.

Many are decorated with carvings, rafter paintings and tukutuku panels. Brinker Ferguson, University of California, Santa Cruz [Video: ] This lightning talk focuses on a case study at the National Museum of New Zealand Te Papa and centers on the imaging documentation and digital/physical repatriation of a Maori meeting house called Te Hau Ki Turanga.

Rukupo had recently completed the 'Te Hau-ki-Turanga' meeting house at Turanga (Gisborne), which has been described as 'the finest flowering of Maori art' and is now on permanent display inside the new Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in ~ellin~ton.

Apr 5, - Explore Barbara Keiter's board "Maori carvings" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Maori, Maori art, Maori designs pins. house Kia mauria huhua koretia e te Kāwanatanga Has been taken from us by the Government without just cause Kīhae mātou i whakaae We did not consent to its removal (Raharuhi Rukupō, Petition, 8th July ) TE Hau-ki-Tūranga, a traditionally carved meeting-house, stands in Te Papa in Wellington.

It is the oldest existing meeting-house in New. The first Tama-te-Kapua Meeting House was located on Mokoia Island. The living village of Ohinemutu operates in the traditional tribal ways but is completely open to the public. Visit the Tama-te-Kapua Meeting House to see where British royalty were welcomed and to.

Te-Hau-Ki-Turanga (Maori Meeting House), Turanga, New Zealand, Unknown Artist, Kava Bowl, Hawaii, 18th century Torso Belvedere, 1st century BCE or CE copy of an earlier original, discovered ca 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 Turanga as its central statement of identity and aspiration.

This photograph of the group was taken in the porch of Te Hau Ki Turanga, the meeting-house in the Dominion Museum, Wellington. Carved inthis is probably the oldest Maori meeting-house .Carved wooden panels found in Maori meeting houses and communal centers and at marae.

Maori Storage House on Stilts. NZ, Te Hau-ki-Turanga Meeting House. NZ, Marae Meeting House. NZ, Raharuh Rukupo, warrior, priest, Self-Portrait.

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Detail of the portrait figure of Raharuhi Rukupo, the chief responsible for organising and directing the carving. The unique arrangement of moko tattoos allowed`the subjects of .

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