All Right? Te Waioratanga Posters

Images from the All Right? Te Waioratanga project, which was designed to encourage a conversation within whānau, hapu and iwi about the things that support positive wellbeing. A series of black and white portraits were produced, featuring kapa haka practioners and speakers of Te Reo Māori.

"Te Waioratanga denotes soundness of body and mind through the practice of culturally-appropriate methods to support wellbeing [...] The launch of the project coincided with the start of the 2015 Te Matatini national kapa haka festival, which was hosted by Ngāi Tahu for the first time in many years as a celebration of their mana and resilience." (All Right? Prospectus)

Last updated
12:00pm 20th November 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:21701

Contains 14 items


All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 1
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 1
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioners Puamiria Parata-Goodall and her mother Reihana (Aunty Do) Parata. The caption reads, "As a whānau, when we haka together, we learn together".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 2
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 2
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioners Karuna Thurlow with her sister Harikoa Bronsdaughter-George. The caption reads, "He oraka wairua, he oraka tinana, he oraka iwi hoki".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 3
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 3
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioner Alex Solomon. The caption reads, "Kapa haka is about celebrating who we are individually, as whānau and as Māori".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 4
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 4
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioners Puamiria Parata-Goodall and her mother Reihana (Aunty Do) Parata. The caption reads, "As a whānau, when we haka together, we learn together".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 5
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 5
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioner Te Mairiki Williams with his twins Ruruhira (left) and Te Kotuku (right). The caption reads, "Embrace the epitome of 'aukati'. Auahi, waipiro, taru, patu kore. To prolong and sustain life".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 6
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 6
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioner Aaron Hapuku with his daughter Kaahu. The caption reads, "Ko au, ko koe, ko tātou".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 7
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 7
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of kapa haka practitioner Whaea Tihi Puanaki. The caption reads, "Kapa haka is wellbeing for the soul. Te kapa haka te oranga o te tinana, te wairua, te hinengaro, te katoa o te tinana".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 8
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 8
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of brothers Ridge and Chase Kamo. The caption reads, "Te reo Māori is about being proud of our family, friends and who we are".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 9
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 9
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of Kaylee Mills. The caption reads, " Te reo Māori opens my mind to new concepts and gives me a sense of belonging".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 10
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 10
A digtial copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of Mairehe Louise and Te Aowharepapa Tankersley. The caption reads, "Ko te reo Māori tōku oraka pai. The Maori language is the foundation of my wellbeing".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 11
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 11
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of Maraea Peawini. The caption reads, "Ko tooku ake reo, ina te ora o te tangata nei. My reo is what exhilarates me, my life essence".
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 12
All Right? Audiences: Māori - Poster 12
A digital copy of a poster from the Te Waioratanga project of the All Right? campaign. The poster features a black and white photographic portrait of Mere Peawini. The caption reads, "Te reo Māori is just who I am".