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Haka Workshop for Children

Haka workshop run by Maori performing arts company, Manaia.
When Aug 03, 2015
from 02:50 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Museum of Classical Archaeology
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Contact Phone (01223) 330402
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Come and learn about the haka with Maori performing arts company, Manaia. Discover what the haka means, and learn the words and the actions. Learn about Maori culture and get your own Maori tattoo (temporary).

For children aged 7-13. Pre-booking necessary. 

This workshop is also running at 12.50: https://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/events/hakaworkshop1

Please note that this workshop will take place outside (unless the weather is inclement). We will meet at the Museum before taking a very short walk to Newnham College's sports grounds together. We politely request that participants arrive on time for this workshop and suggest that children wear sun cream.   

This event is run in conjunction with our current exhibition "The Labours of Herakles" by New Zealand artist Marian Maguire.

For more information on Manaia, check out their website here.

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