WAIORA - RANGIMARIE
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“Oparure, April, 1987”
RANGIMARIE HETET (Ngāti Kinohaku/Ngāti Maniapoto)
Rangimarie voice over: “When you start your first row of tāniko the one they call the ‘Aho Tapu’ you set your pattern in there and after that you’re supposed to finish that line without a break so you can memorise your pattern, what you’re going to do. Then after that you get going and your anxious to see how your pattern’s going to turn out in your very first main thing.”
Rangimarie speaks in Māori about her work weaving whāriki, kete, kākāhu, korowai etc. Brief shots of one of her mokopuna weaving a Korowai.
Taku moe tānetanga, taku ngākaunui ki te mahi whāwhā, ngā māua tamariki, ka riro mā ngā mokopuna ēnei mahi hei hari. Ka whakatūngia he pā hei mahi i ngā mahi nei.
Kupu hou: te pari kohatu rā rā, whērā, taha katau, korekore noa iho ngā tāngata, moroiti, kua whai tahi, e whia aku tau, ka whiwhi anō māua i te tamariki, kāri, kua maoa, ngaua kuia nei, pupuhi kūkū, matara, rūpeke, kei raro rā rā, tōmuri iho, pupuru,
he whakawaha ki te ako i ngā wāhine.
Reference number F13721
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA
Production company Waiora Broadcasting
Taonga Māori Collection Yes