Ipu Moana: Tapa and tīvaivai Students explore two renowned Pacific arts – tapa and tīvaivai, tracing the origins of tapa through cultural, botanical, linguistic and archaeological evidence. Manu by Cook Islands tivaivai artist Tungane Broadbent. Cost $8 per student for a two-hour session Availbility Term 4, Mon, Tue, 2016 Terms 3–4, Mon and Tue, 2017 New Zealand Curriculum The Arts: levels 1 - 4 Social Sciences: levels 1 - 4 Explore the special place that Pacific art holds in Pacific cultures. Learn how contemporary artists are inspired by cultural traditions. Use stencils, rubbings, collage and drawing to create your own artwork inspired by tapa and tīvaivai. In this programme students will: handle tools and objects associated with the tapa-making process discover the history, botanical and archaeological stories associated with tapa explore the intricate detail and construction of tīvaivai.