I worked as an Cultural Event and Communication Coordinator for the Alliance Française. A very busy nine months, working towards the Rugby World Cup and dealing with the association's events all through the year.

Discover Me : Aotearoa Canvas Print by Jason Kelly by Prints NZ Kiwiana Canvas Print Image size in millimetres: 210 x 500 (canvas printed with a wide black border around image) Kiwiana style _Eye Chart_. New Zealand: Sweet.

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park has some of the best walks in the country. The scenery is spectacular, with the tallest peak in New Zealand, Aoraki / Mount Cook, soaring above at a height of 3,724 metres. Amazing shot taken by @rachstewartnz  Be sure to #destinationnz to grab a feature ✌

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park has some of the best walks in the country. The scenery is spectacular, with the tallest peak in New Zealand, Aoraki / Mount Cook, soaring above at a height of metres. Amazing shot taken by Be sure to to grab a feature ✌

Icons of New Zealand by Greg Straight for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Check out Icons of New Zealand by Greg Straight at New Zealand Fine Prints

Kiwis Do Fly proclaims this vintage style print on canvas by NZ artist Paul Ny, “Travel by Air New Zealand”

“Kiwis Do Fly” by NZ artist Paul Ny, “Travel by Air New Zealand”. It looks good, though I don't believe it was actually used by Air New Zealand. Paul's work (in this style) is contemporary with a vintage inspiration theme to it.

Westland Kahikatea Canvas Art Print by Diana Adams for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Westland Kahikatea Canvas Art Print by Diana Adams for Sale - New Zealand Art…

'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond. The pattern is used in many Maori and New Zealand art forms and symbolizes new life, regeneration, growth, strength and peace - Aotearoa

'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond. The pattern is used in many Maori and New Zealand art forms and symbolizes new life, regeneration, growth, strength and peace - Aotearoa

New Zealand Birds and Their Hats by gracekate.pixnet #Illustration #Birds #New_Zealand

New Zealand Birds With Their Hats. << Yes in New Zealand we train all our native birds to wear hats.

Hongi is a traditional Maori greeting, which literally means “to share breath”. Hongi is done by pressing one’s nose to the other person when they meet each other. It is believed that when the two noses meet, people exchange their breath and the visitor becomes one of the local people (tangata whenua).

A 3 hour journey into the heart of Maori Culture. The most award-winning Maori culture attraction in New Zealand. Journey with us to the outskirts of Rotorua, to a Maori village nestled in an ancient forest.

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