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Gallery - Whakairo

Maori carving or whakairo has developed over the centuries. The most common mediums worked are wood, pounamu (nephrite jade), human flesh (Ta moko or tattooing), animal and human bone and onewa (basalt).

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Check out our selected videos that we've uploaded to YouTube. We have digitised a whole bunch of old VHS and uploaded them to share with the online community. We hope you enjoy them! www.youtube.com/TahaaNZ