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Mamalu - Dignity

With Rosanna Raymond


Description

Mamalu - Dignity with Rosanna Raymond centres around the symbolism of Moana Tatatau and is a unique opportunity for participants to develop creative writing skills, reflect on aspects of their own identity and gain confidence with performance, exhibitions and personal storytelling. Rosanna will guide participants through a process where they will learn about the cultural meaning and oral histories that she carries on her own body, how this has influenced her own art practice, alongside discussions around issues of ownership, cultural heritage and the significance of Tatatau in Moana today. Over the week the group will draw, write and embody the works created in the workshop, collaborating to install and present explorations to friends and whānau at the conclusion of the week.


Includes materials.


As a Summer School 2022 participant, you will receive a 10% returning discount for a Summer School 2023 workshop : )


About Rosanna Raymond:

Sistar S’pacific aka Rosanna Raymond is an innovator of the contemporary Pasifika art scene. She is a long-standing member of the art collective, the Pacific Sisters and a founding member of the SaVAge K’lub. Over the past twenty years, Raymond’s activities have made her a notable producer of, and commentator on, contemporary Pacific Island culture in Aotearoa and internationally. She specialises in working within museums and higher education institutions.

Raymond has achieved international renown for her performances, installations, body adornment, and spoken word. A published writer and poet, her works are held by museums and private collectors throughout the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and Aotearoa. Raymond is an Honorary Research Associate at the Department of Anthropology and Institute of Archaeology at University College London and a former Chesterdale Fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City (2017). She was the Pacific Artist in Residence at Government House (2017) and is currently a researcher for the AUT Marsden funded project Vā Moana.


TERMS & CONDITIONS
Enrolments will be confirmed and a materials list provided upon deposit made. If you withdraw from a class on or before 7 January 2022 your course fee will be refunded less a $50 administration fee. If you withdraw from a class on or after 8 January 2022 you will receive a 50% refund of your course fee. No refund will be given after a course has started or if you decide to leave early. You will be advised by 5 January 2022 of course cancellation and a full refund will be made.

COVID-19
These classes are subject to changes in accordance with Covid-19 government restrictions. Please scan QR codes in workshop studio spaces. All classes will be running at Level 2 or lower.

Thank you for booking. We look forward to seeing you!

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What you will learn

  • Mamalu - Dignity with Rosanna Raymond centres around the symbolism of Moana Tatatau and is a unique opportunity for participants to develop creative writing skills, reflect on aspects of their own identity and gain confidence with performance, exhibitions and personal storytelling. Rosanna will guide participants through a process where they will learn about the cultural meaning and oral histories that she carries on her own body, how this has influenced her own art practice, alongside discussions around issues of ownership, cultural heritage and the significance of Tatatau in Moana today. Over the week the group will draw, write and embody the works created in the workshop, collaborating to install and present explorations to friends and whānau at the conclusion of the week.

What you will get

  • TERMS & CONDITIONS Enrolments will be confirmed and a materials list provided upon deposit made. If you withdraw from a class on or before 7 January 2022 your course fee will be refunded less a $50 administration fee. If you withdraw from a class on or after 8 January 2022 you will receive a 50% refund of your course fee. No refund will be given after a course has started or if you decide to leave early. You will be advised by 5 January 2022 of course cancellation and a full refund will be made.
  • COFFEE STUDIO The Coffee Studio will offer delicious organic coffee, tea and healthy smoothies, fresh lunches, snacks and blackboard menu throughout the week. ACCOMODATION The Quest Apartments are situated directly across the road from the estate in Henderson. Please view www.questhenderson.co.nz for details or www.destination-waitakere.com for other accommodation and information.

What to bring

  • Materials for students to bring • Something to take notes with, write down ideas • An open mind

What to wear

Comfortable clothing you feel free to move in.

Appropriate for

Beginners and more advanced individuals alike, anyone with an open mind.

Visit Rosanna Raymond's website:

www.savageklub.com



The Corban Estate Arts Centre is located in Henderson, West Auckland.

We’re home to artist studios, our very own cafe, art classes for adults, youth and children, and an ever-changing programme of exhibitions and events.

Set within park-like grounds amongst historic winery buildings. Open 7 days a week, entry is free, everybody’s welcome.

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Refund Policy

REFUND POLICY

o  An administration fee of 10% of the admission price per booking applies to all refunds.

o  A 50% refund will be given if you withdraw from a class/workshop less than 5 days before the start date. However, participants are welcome to transfer to another class/workshop or accept credit for another class/workshop taking place at a later date.

o   NO refund will be given if you withdraw after a class/workshop has commenced.

o   A Deposit is required to secure your place and payment must be made in full to confirm your booking.

o   Refunds can take up to 10 working days to process.

o   If a class is cancelled, you will be notified no less than 7 days before the start of the class, and a full refund will be given.

 

Variations

Some classes/workshops require a variation to these terms and conditions; please check your confirmation as the T’s and C’s variation will supersede regular terms and conditions.

 

For more information please contact CEAC Reception on info@ceac.org.nz or 09 838 4455

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Terms & Conditions

ADULTS, YOUTH AND CHILDREN’S CLASSES/WORKSHOPS

 

ENROLMENT POLICY

Enrolments are taken on a ‘first in first served’ basis.

A Deposit is required to secure your place and payment must be made in full to confirm your booking.

CLASS CANCELLATIONS
CEAC reserves the right to cancel or postpone any class that does not reach a viable enrolment number. If a class is cancelled, you will be notified no less than 7 days before the start of the class, and a full refund will be given.

 

Please be advised that your contact details will be made available to your Workshop Tutor who may need to contact you over the duration of your course. Please notify us if you prefer that we do not do this.

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