To further the kaupapa of Puawaiata, MENZA has now created a new space in their ‘Tune Me In’ magazine to celebrate Māori voices in music and movement education. We would love to share any articles that shine a light on Māori initiatives and leadership in music education as well as articles on broader bicultural directions/visions/work. We aspire to share a range of articles from across the motu on different pedagogies and approaches being used including Toi Puoro and Ngā Mahi ā te Rēhia (performing arts). We welcome contributions in English and te reo Māori.
If you are keen to find out more about how you can contribute an article to the Puawaiata section of an upcoming magazine please get in touch by emailing; email@example.com
Please share this call for articles with friends and colleagues who may also be interested in contributing.
Kua whakatūwhera a MENZA i tētehi wāhanga o roto i te maheni “Tune Me In” hei kōkiri i te kaupapa o Puawaiata mā te whakanui i ngā mahi a ngā kaiako Māori e whakaako ana i te puoro, i ngā mahi a te rēhia hoki. Ka koa mātou kia whiwhi ki ngā pūrongo mō ā koutou nā mahi, mō te mātauranga toi i tōna whānuitanga tonu – kaupapa Māori mai, kākanorua mai, ngā ara whakaako huhua, āpiti atu ki ngā take o te wā. Kia reo Māori mai, reo Pākehā, ranumia rānei, kei a koe te tikanga.
Mēnā he utu tāu ki tēnei karanga, he pātai rānei, pā īmera mai koa ki a firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoatu koa tēnei karere ki ō hoa whakaako.