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HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
HĀ TUA - Digital Magazine | ART | LIFE | CULTURE - ISSUE 01
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HĀ - To breath (noun) Essence (Verb) TUA - Beyond something (locative).

HĀ TUA Digital Magazine is a publication made in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Combined HĀ TUA is to go beyond the breath, giving life to everyday stories, acknowledging we are the continuous breath of those that have come before us. 

HĀ TUA represents a platform of like-minded brothers and sisters from the cultural multiverse, dedicated to weaving stories as navigators, makers, creators, and everything else in-between. Highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things to extraordinary people doing ordinary things, as visionaries and kaitiaki we aim to create a space where we can all thrive together. Our way.

Featured in this issue include profiles on Uhila Nai, Tapere Hewett, Ngahuia Williams and Linda Va'aelua.

 

HĀ TUA & Noa Blanket Giveaway

Te Paki O Rēhua. A symbol to inspire action, Series 3: Te Aumangea. 100% New Zealand lambs wool, 1400 mm x 2100 mm. Photograph by Noa Blanket Co.

Our kaupapa is all about breathing life into others through stories from a multicultural perspective, cutting through the noise and ensuring we tell stories our way whilst holding space for all to thrive. The Te Paki O Rēhua blanket designed by Josh and Whakaawa Te Kani is in their words ‘a symbol to inspire action.’ When we consider our tūpuna always giving taonga as a way of manaakitanga or survival we thought this would be an appropriate exchange for one lucky reader of HĀ TUA.

To be eligible for this taonga, purchase a digital copy of HĀ TUA Issue 01 before the 30th march and tag us @haatua_magazine when you follow/share our instagram instagram.com/haatua_magazine/. You must also live in New Zealand.

The winner will be announced on 31st March 2023 via email and instagram.

For more information on Noa blanket Co visit their website noablanketco.nz

 

About the editor of HĀ TUA

Chantel Matthews (Whāingaroa/Raglan, Tainui Awhiro/Waikato, Ngaati Hounuku, Ngaati Tahinga, Ngaati Ikaunahi, Pākeha) is an artist, writer and curator based in Tāmaki Makaurau.  Her artworks can be described as sculptural moments inspired by the ‘everyday’ whilst exploring her own subjectivity as a woman, mother, artist and wahine Māori.  With a particular interest in how wāhine hold space, Chantel’s art/curatorial practice conceptually explores whanaungatanga (working together/relationships through shared experiences) and manaakitanga (supporting others) through kai kōrero, wānanga and collaboration.  

Chantel is the editor of HĀ TUA Digital Magazine Aotearoa. HĀ TUA represents a platform of like-minded brothers and sisters from the cultural multiverse, dedicated to weaving stories as navigators, makers, creators, and everything else in-between. Highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things to extraordinary people doing ordinary things, as visionaries and kaitiaki we aim to create a space where we can all thrive together. Our way.


@chantelmatthews

@haatua_magazine