COMMON ORIGIN – By Kura Gallery

This Friday
Common Origin is an exhibition that brings together a group of like-minded artists exploring our common ancestry as indigenous peoples of Oceania.

The Hawaiian proverb “A’ohe hananui Ka Alu’ ia” translated means “united we stand divided we fall” which is a great foundation for the work in this exhibition. As Pacific peoples of a common origin, we can only be stronger as one; One Waka but many paddles.

COMMON ORIGIN – A’ohe hananui ka alu’ ia – One waka but many paddles
Friday July 5 2013
19 Allen Street,
(Courtenay Quarter)
Te Aro,
New Zealand

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