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Students from Kelston Intermediate explore connection to whenua and rangatiratanga through making with uku (clay), a medium with a long history of use in the Kelston area. In this collaborative exhibition, they present a collection of hand-coiled kaitiaki forms, and sculpted pūtangitangi (flute) instruments.

This project has been supported by leading ceramic artist Carla Ruka through the Ministry of Education’s Creatives in Schools programme. 

1 October 2022 – February 2023

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