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How to make a manu taratahi – Kites and manu tukutuku – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand Maori Words, Mobiles, Maori Symbols, Kites Craft, Flax Weaving, Cultural Crafts, Maori Designs, Moon Activities, Maori Art

How to make a manu taratahi

Follow these instructions to make a triangular child’s kite: Figure 1: Lay the feathered toetoe stalks on top of the unfeathered stalk as shown. Bind the stalks together with string. Figure 2: Lace together dry raupō leaves in groups of six. Start at the wide ...

These sketches of various Māori kites were made by Titiri and Tui, two young rangatira (chiefs) from the Bay of Islands, while they were in England in the Bird Kite, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Pottery Classes, Pattern And Decoration, Pattern Art, Balloons, Kites

Māori kites

These sketches of various Māori kites were made by Titiri and Tui, two young rangatira (chiefs) from the Bay of Islands, while they were in England in the 1800s.

The Karetao, a toy (jumping jack) Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Art, Jumping Jacks, Tribal Art, Islands, Garden Sculpture, Games, Toys, Outdoor Decor

The Karetao, a toy (jumping jack) | NZETC

The Karetao, a toy (jumping jack).

Carrie Snowden’s sculpture, ‘Kahurangi o Te Maia’ stands 5 metres high and 4 metres wide. The name was given to the hokioi (giant eagle) befriended by Te Maia. The eagle flew Te Maia home to his people. Giant Eagle, Make Art, Kite, Eagles, Printmaking, New Zealand, Sculpture, Drawings, People

‘Kahurangi o Te Maia’

Since the 1970s there has been renewed interest in Māori kites. Traditional materials and methods were rediscovered. Kites also became a focus for artists. Carrie Snowden’s sculpture, ‘Kahurangi o Te Maia’ (1998) stands 5 metres high and 4 metres ...

Uenuku and Kaharau, Rāhiri’s warring sons, attached their rope to a kite, and flew it. The path of the kite became the boundary between the Hokianga lands of Kaharau’s descendants and the Taumārere lands of Uenuku’s people. Mulberry Plant, Paper Mulberry, Kite Making, Memorial Museum, Wings, Objects, Games, Maori, Gaming

Birdman kite

This Māori birdman kite is held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. Its name comes from its shape: a human body and head, with extended wings. It is very similar to the kite known as manu kāhu, shaped like a harrier-hawk, and to a type of kite made with ...

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