Waiheke Marketplace : June 27th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 22 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JUNE 27, 2012 EVENTS Where everyone is welcome! MEMBER'S DRAW THIS WEEK $1000 (MUST GO THIS WEEK!) Drawn every Friday between 6.30-8.30pm 29 Belgium St, Ostend, Waiheke Restaurant 372 6655 Bar 372 5554 Office 372 9019 OPEN 7 days from 11am (Monday from 12pm) LIVE MUSIC THIS FRIDAY NIGHT "Nostalgia" HOUSIE Thursday morning 10am start. Non-members welcome. RSA RESTAURANT See our Vine & Dine advertisement hours. Subsidised taxis to and from the clubrooms. Ph 0800 372 4111 or 0800 300 372 2925933EC 4664685AB Matariki Fashion Event Saturday 30th June 6.30pm The Goldie Room 18 Causeway Road Waiheke Island DESIGNERS Lindi Kingi - Rich Kereopa - Brother Sister - Jeanine Clarkin - Raewyn Tumaki - Donna Campbell - Amiria Skipworth - Maile Andrade (Hawaii) -- Te Ao Marama Ngarimu SILENT ART AUCTION Featuring contemporary Mãori artwork by Glendale Rangihaeata & others. Supporting Te Kura o Nga Manu Rere ENTERTAINMENT Piringakau Kapa Haka -- Daughters of Fortune -- DJ Vanessa All Star MC Whetu Fala TICKETS $45 Includes glass of wine on arrival and canapés by world class chef Lesley Posey- Storm Contact Jeanine Clarkin 021 160 2373 Fashion, music and food MATARIKI FESTIVAL Maori motifs: Event organiser and fashion designer Jeanine Clarkin's designs are on stage for a Matariki celebration at the Goldie Room this Saturday. Clothing designer Jean- ine Clarkin is organising several events around this year s Matariki fes- tival. The first takes place at the Goldie Room on the Causeway on June 30. It will be the launch of the Toi Tu Haere Maori Arts Development Service which promotes Maori work. Ms Clarkin says the evening will be a whole experience of culture, manaakitanga, and cele- bration of all the senses of sight, sound and taste . Our brief was to uplift the presentation of Maori work and present it in a professional man- ner. She says the island environment feels in keeping with Matariki and has the essence of what it is about for us . The evening will open with the Piringakau kapa haka group. A highlight will be the Kotahitanga Matariki fashion show. Award-winning de- signers Donna Campbell, Amiria Skipworth, Rae- wyn Tumaki, Rich Kereopa and Jeanine Clarkin along with new- comers Brother Sister and weaver Te Ao Marama Ngarimu will be exhibiting outfits. Hawaiian guest de- signer Maile Andrade will present a collection that will bring Waiheke and Hawaii together, Ms Clarkin says. The singing group Daughters of Fortune will provide entertain- ment and DJ Vanessa and MC Whetu Fala will keep the entertainment flowing. Running all evening will be a silent art auc- tion as a fundraiser for total immersion home school Te Kura o Nga Manu Rere. Tickets cost $45 and include complimentary wine -- plus treats by chef Leslie Posey Storm -- on arrival, with a special Matariki menu available later. Phone Ms Clarkin on 021 160 2373 for more information and to book tickets or go to matariki festival.org.nz/events. Films celebrate the Maori New Year Matariki movies: Women film-makers will be celebrated at Artworks Community Cinema. A feast of films made by women will be presented at Waiheke Cinema to celebrate Matariki. Nga Aho Whakaari in assoc- iation with Women in Film and Television, Auckland Council and the Matariki Festival Trust Board, have joined forces with Waiheke residents to provide the insightful and eclectic selection of screenings. The programme for the first evening on July 6 will be curated by Huia Kapua and her team from the Wellington NZ Film Archive. At the opening mihi at 7pm, esteemed Maori kuia, Vapi Kupenga, will be presenting the work of pioneering New Zealand film-maker, Ramai Haywar and Wanjiku Sanderson will be pres- enting the film Kekidee Aroha. The work of veteran film-maker, the late Merata Mita will also be honoured. The screening starts at 8pm. On Saturday, July 7, the next wave of film-makers will be cel- ebrated at 5pm. The Maori language short, Taku Rakau, directed by Kararaina Rangihau, Winter Boy directed by Rachel House and produced by Hineani Melbourne, and the short Ebony Society directed by Tammi Davis and produced by Chelsea Win- stanley and Ainsley Gardiner will be screened. The screenings on Sunday, July 8 at 7.30pm will include the most talked about series on Maori tele- vision this season, Songs from the Inside directed by Julian Arahanga and produced by Maramena Roderick and Ella Henry s PHD thesis documentary Wairua Auaha. Entry will be by koha. Visit matarikifestival.org.nz/ events/detail.asp?ID=765 for further information. Maori artists in spotlight A weekend wananga for established and emerging Maori artists will be held at Piritahi Marae from July 6 to 8. Maori designer Jeanine Clarkin says the weekend will be a ''fantastic opportunity to hear from keynote speakers'' including Dr Brett Graham, Hinurewa Te Hau, and Maori curator at Auckland Museum Chanel Clarke. Ms Clarkin says participants will hear about and be guided through the challenges of being a Maori artist in Aotearoa. The weekend begins with a powhiri at 4pm on July 6. A registration fee applies. For more information and to book contact Ms Clarkin at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021 160 2373. Win tickets to Matariki big event Waiheke Marketplace has a pair of tickets worth $90 to give to one lucky reader for the Matariki fashion show at The Goldie Room on June 30 and there's just a small window to enter the draw. You must be 18 or over to enter. Email your name, daytime number and address, with 'Matariki'' in the subject line to news2@waiheke marketplace.co.nz by Friday morning 10am. The winner will be notified by phone. Matariki exhibition A Matariki exhibition opens at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery on Friday, July 6 and runs to July 24. Supported by Creative Communities, this exhibition curated by Jeanine Clarkin brings together artworks by Claudine Muru, Regan Balzer, Natasha Keating, Donna Campbell, Alizene Curtis, Cerise Palagi, Bianca Ranson, Glendale Rangihaeata, Whetu Fala, Huhana Davis and Mike Gray. The gallery is open from 10am to 4pm daily.
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