Ngā Hine Pūkōrero, are an internationally acclaimed wāhine quartet of slam poets who delve into topics like gender, youth and Indigeneity.
NUKU //019 Damaris Coulter will be sharing kōrero on business, bossness and bravery.
NUKU //025 Julia Mage’au-Gray will be taking us through a dance/movement workshop connecting our bodies to the practice of our ancestors.
You loved it so much last year, we are honoured to bring back our series of make and take workshops.
Manawa Udy & Mel Tautalanoa are from Ngahere Communities, tackling inequality through entrepreneurship and enterprise in the heart of Manukau.
Ngahuia Murphy is a groundbreaking researcher and author, who challenges colonial concepts of te awa atua (menstruation practices).
Maia Mariner was 12 when she developed the concept for LazySneakers – a project that collects sneakers from the community and distributes to people who need a pair for FREE.
Natua Kaa-Morgan shares her journey of embracing her brownness, internalised racism and the power of wāhine through a spoken word poetic performance.
We have the Indigenous film Hinekura that walks with a kōtiro, her whānau and hapū, through a traditional rite of passage.
NUKU //014 Ninakaye Taane-Tinorau takes us through a Kemetic yoga session – an ancient form of internal enlightenment, regeneration, and restoration of your entire system.
NUKU //039 Donna Kerridge is a tohunga of Rongoā Māori and is passionate about Indigenous practices that focus on healing and restoring our people and, our whenua.
Our panelists are NUKU //006 Michele Wilson, the owner of New Zealand’s first period-proof underwear brand AWWA.
NUKU //029 Kanoa Lloyd, prime time television presenter and journalist.
And NUKU //030 Kera Sherwood-O’Regan, staunch climate. Indigenous rights and disability advocate.
NUKU //013 Hinewirangi Kohu-Morgan brings her wisdom and experience, sharing her love of our atua wāhine and, for our VIPs, a special session with taonga puoro.
//024 Nikau Hindin shares star constellation kōrero with our VIP ticket holders
NUKU //017 Donna Tamaariki will guide our VIPs on a dawn waka paddle on the Waitematā.