Mana Moana art experience is back!
Some wonderful free art is on show this weekend at Wellington waterfront. [Featured Image: @manamoana_nz, Instagram].
There will be moving Māori and Pacific Art artwork projected on a huge water screen in Whairepo Lagoon. The display showcases more than 15 artists, lasting from 8.30-10pm on Saturday and Sunday.
If past years are anything to go by, this is not one to be missed. Not to mention the fact it’s completely free! Absolutely no excuses to miss it.
The show will include visual artists, poets, musicians and choreographers all coming together to create some stunning visual multimedia on our relationships with water and the ocean.
There will be two dance routines included in the showings. First up will be Tūātea, by Louise Potiki Bryant. It features dancer Bianca Hyslop alongside music from Paddy Free and taonga pūoro by Horomona Horo. The work takes on an look into the power of breaking waves in a ocean storm.
Then, viewers will be blessed with I am Hine, I am Moana, by choreographer Terri Ripeka Crawford. She is a strong supporter for environmental and indigenous rights, and this work explores the omnipotence of Hine.
Come down and see the Mana Moana digital ocean this weekend for one of the top installations of 2020. Find more details here.