Taniwha Tales

Taniwha Tales; Left to right; Jason Raiwhara, Grant Wilson, Rob Marriner, Joel Green

Carving out self-esteem for a better future-New Exhibition at the Art Centre
Taniwha Tales works at carving away the cracks in the system and bringing restoration, self-esteem and healing to those who have fallen through the cracks in society. Giving people a sense of purpose and value is key to the ethos of this organization. Carvers will be among the exhibitors in this years ‘Celebration of Maori Arts’ Exhibition at the Art Centre.
‘Awesome place for spiritual and healing of the mind and soul. Beautiful people straight up real caring whanau. Love it @Taniwha Tales’ is just one of the many affirmative posts on facebook. Look for them on facebook; Taniwha-Tales
The exhibition features a mixture of traditional and contemporary Maori Arts and runs from July 1st-29th
Art Centre, Helensville, basement to the rear of the War Memorial Hall, 49 Commercial Road. Free entry. Open Tuesday-Friday 10-4.30, Saturday 10-2 from More info? Pauline 021 158 6859 coordinator@artcentrehelensville.org.nz or view exhibits via facebook https://www.facebook.com/artcentre.helensville/

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