Presented by: Okorore- Ngā Toi Māori Gallery & Studios
Kalena will take her students for a hikoi to explore the beautiful Historic Village gardens. Filling their baskets, the students will be collecting incredible native flora and fauna to take to the Artery, where they will create something extraordinary to take home.
They will have the option to create dreamcatchers, wreaths, or wherever their imagination and creation takes them.
Students will learn how to harvest safely and have fun finding just the right items to make unique creations.
Working with nature can be healing. Sparking the imagination and creating a wonderful sense of belonging with a place in their world. Using the natural world whilst understanding the principles of recycling.
Tutor: Kalena Egan
Date: Thursday 14th October
Time: 9:30 am – 11 am
Cost: $50.00 for two people,
Five years and up. Parents or Grandparents, cousins or friends may join this workshop.
The price is for two people.
All tools and materials supplied.
To book, please email email@example.com
Kalena Egan is a well-known and popular Florist and a resident artist with and coordinator of Okorore Ngā Toi Māori Gallery. You can find her Facebook page and Instagram account under Putiputi Recycled.