All Right? Matariki 2014

This collection contains creative and promotional materials created for Matariki 2014.

Last updated
10:10am 15th November 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:21773

Contains 5 items


All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Poster 1
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Poster 1
A PDF copy of a poster promoting events held over a few days at Rehua Marae for Matariki. It reads, "Celebrate Matariki. Rehua Marae Whānau Day," and provides the date and time for kai, workshops, presentations and kapa haka, as well as a Kaumatua Lunch and a workshop on traditional Māori instruments.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Poster 2
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Poster 2
A PDF copy of a poster promoting events held over a few days at Rehua Marae for Matariki. It reads, "Celebrate Matariki. Rehua Marae Whānau Day," and provides the date and time for kai, workshops, presentations and kapa haka, as well as a Kaumatua Lunch and a workshop on traditional Māori instruments.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Bookmark
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Bookmark
A PDF copy of two bookmarks created for Matariki 2014. Each bookmark recommends celebrating Matariki with one of the Five Ways to Wellbeing and provides brief information about Matariki.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Header 1
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Header 1
An image used as a cover photo on the All Right? Facebook page to promote events held at Rehua Marae for Matariki 2014. The image reads, "Celebrate Matariki. Rehua Marae Whānau Day. 28 June, 10am - 3.30pm." All Right? posted the image on their Facebook page on 23 June 2014 at 7:48pm.
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Header 2
All Right? Campaigns and Projects: Matariki 2014 Header 2
An image used as a cover photo on the All Right? Facebook page to promote events held at Rehua Marae for Matariki 2014. The image reads, "Celebrate Matariki. Rehua Marae Whānau Day. 28 June, 10am - 3.30pm.