Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

Mahika Kai

For pre-contact Māori, the best times for the cultivation and harvesting of food were marked by bodies visible in the night sky. The passing of years, seasons and months were signalled by prominent stars and the phases of the moon. Join a Museum Guide and take a closer look at how traditional food and natural resources were managed in Te Waipounamu through our displays and see how mahika kai continues today through the lens of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu’s Mahinga Kai films.

Southern Land, Southern People Gallery, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Weekends, Saturday 29 June to Sunday 21 July, 2pm. FREE

Contact teresa.fogarty@otagomuseum.nz           03 474 7474            otagomuseum.nz

A celebration of living Ngāi Tahutanga: free film screenings for the festival of Puaka Matariki

Throughout the season, Dunedin City Library will have the honour of screening the Ngāi Tahu Mahinga Kai and Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu series of short films, celebrating what it is to be Ngāi Tahu in an exploration of the creative artistry and traditional practices of the iwi.

Brought to you by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu.

GigCity Living Hub, Ground Floor, Dunedin City Library, 230 Moray Place, Dunedin

Tuesday 25 June to Sunday 21 July, daily 12.30–1pm and weekdays 5.30–6pm. FREE

Contact Matariki            03 474 3690        dunedinlibraries.govt.nz