Spaces will be arranged according to tangata whenua Maori and individual indigenous nations.
This area is offered exclusive to indigenous artists practicing their tatau/tattoo
You still have a choice of separate enclosed booths within your indigenous space
20% discount is offered for more open collaborative indigenous space (less display walls but lighting, platforms etc as required)
20% discount is offered for studio with contemporary space bookings that additionally require indigenous space.
Profiling your indigenous art practices, dance and costume as a collective is encouraged and we want to accommodate this – contact us if you have any special requirements or further questions
A performance stage will be available and other educational opportunities are envisaged.
We will be headlining 3 to 4 indigenous artists within this space with sponsored costs.
There will be opportunity to have visual input into your nation space through collaboration with local artists during the pre-festival gathering.
In the week leading up to the festival Māori artists and the local iwi are inviting those indigenous artists registered for the Tatau Tā moko area to a hosted marae live-in experience of shared indigenous art, music, culture and tattoo traditions.
Please fill in the booth enquiry and nominate your main nation/culture of representation. Early Bird registration will help us ensure that we can keep a space for you (limited spaces) so we can keep you informed as to the artists participating.
Please indicate your registration to INDIGENOUS, TATAU – TĀ MOKO category on the registration form.
Registration for indigenous space entitles each artist access to the indigenous and/or Tā moko festival week.
|7TH to 12TH APRIL||WĀNANGA TATAU||
Available to registered Indigenous Tā Moko and Tatau Practitioners
Māori tā moko and indigenous first nation tatau artists gathered together, live-in on the marae to workshop, and share culture and traditions.
|12TH to 14TH APRIL||TATTOO & ART EXTRAVAGANZA||Indigenous nations within a dedicated indigenous space sharing tatau, dance and cultural traditions with festival visitors.|