Walking about:
Jeremy Leatinu’u, Kawea

Kawea is a project by Jeremy Leatinu’u that invites participants to traverse the urbanscape of Ōwairaka. The journey will begin at the base of the mountain of Ōwairaka before travelling towards the waters of the Waitematā and arriving at the Waterview reserve. People participating in the walk are asked to bring a small object of importance which will be wrapped and carried during the journey. The name of the walk itself, Kawea, translates as to take or to carry.

Walking about is a series of performative and participatory walks that travel across Auckland with Te Hau ā Uru – the West Wind. More information on can be found on the Walking about website.

Saturday 2 November, 12noon
Meet at the Summit Drive entrance to Ōwairaka mountain. 




Walking About Project page

Pīta Turei: Mata Kē Ao
Sunday September 22, 5:45 am

Jeremy Leatinu’u: Kawea
Saturday 2 November, 12noon

Christina Houghton: Wayfinding Waikumete
Saturday 23 November, 4.10pm