Come and celebrate Matariki with your Auckland CDANZ members, network and attend our PD event.

Join our workshop / discussion on the key themes of Matariki - reflect, celebrate and aspire, and how these could apply to our career development practice.

Drinks and nibbles will be provided.

We really hope to see many of you there. There is plenty of free parking.
*This event provides up to 3 hours of PD*

To register click on the link below

nawatia a Matariki | Celebrate our New Year

Rā | Date2/6/2023Āhea | WhenOpen daily from 10:00-18:00Ki hea | WhereTe PapaTe utu | CostFree entryCelebrate our national holiday! Visit Te Papa’s new walk-through experience and discover why Matariki is unique.

Rā | Date13/7/2023Āhea | When17.30Ki hea | WhereUniversity of Waikato, Tauranga Campus, Durham Lane, TaurangaTe utu | Cost$70This is our Annual Art Awards for Tribal Descendants of the Tauranga Moana Region. We present you to a night of excellence, entertainment, and community, with a creative line–up of international calibre as we bestow these Awards. We hope you will join us in honouring the significant achievements of a remarkable group that are deserving of acclamation.

Rā | Date13/7/2023Āhea | WhenEveningsKi hea | WhereWellington Waterfront, Te PapaTe utu | CostFreeWellington City Council invites you to Matariki Ahi Kā, from Thursday 13 - Sunday 17 July, to celebrate the Māori New Year in a uniquely Wellington way. Enjoy a spectacular, free, whānau-friendly experience, including Mana Moana Pōneke. Share kai with friends and whānau each evening at the Odlins Plaza kai court, while listening to performers on the Aroha stage. Honour our culture and history, with a big, bold, immersive Wellington Waterfront walk-through journey including large-scale projections, fire, and performances in multiple locations.

Rā | Date6/7/2023Āhea | When19:30Ki hea | WhereKiri Te Kanawa Theatre, Auckland, NZTe utu | Cost$59.00When we collectivise and weave together the tapestries of our arts, it creates a deeply rich and diverse cultural landscape that reflects our unique experiences, stories and perspectives. So, it begs the question: without Māori art – who are we?