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Timatanga Reflections

poems and reflections inspired by local and international speakers at the inaugural I Te Timatanga Indigenous Design Conference hosted by Ngā Aho at Whakapara Marae, 26-29 February 2016

Nga Aho practitioner:
Craig Pauling

Resources:
Timatangareflections

Timatanga Reflections

Ānei taku koha whakamana ki a koutou, e rau rakatira mā o te hui huika I Te Timatanga.  Nei te owha, nei te uruhau, nei te maioha ki tātou katoa.  

This is my gift of thanks to all of those who participated at the inaugural I Te Timatanga Indigenous Design Conference hosted by Ngā Aho at Whakapara Marae, 26-29 February 2016.  I was blown away and inspired by the amazing speakers, and the coming together of minds and hearts, and was compelled to craft this offering as a record of the learnings and musings.  I hope that everyone was equally inspired and that you have continued to create and work hard in your respective disciplines to ensure that our faces are increasingly reflected in our places. 

Mauri ora!

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