Shot Bro: Confessions of a Depressed Bullet is coming to Victoria
Date: 5 October 2016
Time: 12.00 pm
Venue: Te Herenga Waka Marae, 46 Kelburn Parade
Shot Bro: Confessions of a Depressed Bullet is “a serious black comedy about a real fight with depression”. Multiple award winning actor Rob Mokaraka performs his personal story about a real fight with a bullet and depression that ended in him being shot by Police at his Point Chevalier home in 2009. The show is about a depressed bullet looking for Rob Mokaraka. Using a blend of mime, stand-up comedy, dance moves and puppetry, Rob illuminates the dark, slices in to awkward places creating hope, love and laughter ultimately creating a safe space for communities to talk and know they are not alone and there are positive ways forward together. The show will be followed by a facilitated discussion for the audience to feedback their experiences of watching the play.
MAOR 410 Iwi Internship Kōrero - Laurette Siemonek
Date: 27 October 2016
Time: 4.00 pm
Venue: Te Ahumairangi (KP48/101)
This trimester, Laurette Siemonek has been doing her MAOR 410 Iwi Internship on a kaupapa about policy and iwi environmental management.
The title of her talk is ‘Implications of the Secondary Water Contact Standard on Waterbodies in Te Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai rohe’. Please come along and hear the outcomes of Laurette’s research.
MAI Conference 2016
Date: 23–25 November 2016
Time: 10.00 am
This year MAI ki Pōneke is hosting the annual Māori and Indigenous (MAI) doctoral students' conference at Te Herenga Waka Marae, Victoria University of Wellington.
The theme for this year’s conference is "He hono tāngata e kore e motu, kāpā he taura waka e motu: Bonds between people cannot be broken, unlike the severable canoe rope".
This theme reflects the important connections that the MAI doctoral students make along their journey. We encourage presenters to share how their research can act as a conduit for connectivity between people: kia kaha ai ngā hononga i waenganui i a tātou te tangata.