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Tuku Iho | Living Legacy
This years exhibition, Living Legacy, features more than 70 works of art including; in-situ pounamu (greenstone) and wood carving, kapa haka (traditional dance), contemporary musicians, tā moko artists, cultural collaborations, lectures and workshops.

The exhibition will showcase tā moko (traditional style of Māori tattoo) featuring NZMACI’s resident tā moko arist who will share a live tattooing demonstration with the audience.

The exhibition has reached millions of people around the world after being shown in seven countries and nine cities, with many receiving world-wide media coverage.

Kapa Haka performances will take place in the exhibition at 2.30pm and 5.30pm each day.

WHEN

November 1st - 15th

WHERE

Power Station of Art

PRICE

Free admission