Home Fires 
Kia Tupu Whakaritorito

Urutapu Tamahine Programme

Whanau Learning and Support

This innovative Maori Women's Leadership program continues to grow in strength and vigour.

Our tamaahine are in good steed as Mad Ave prepares to induct the next cohort.

Ko tou manawa, ko toku manawa!

This year Mad Ave continues to partner with local whanau and ECE providers across the community, enabling smooth transition and support necessary to ensure our tamariki get the best start in life.
Curated and facilitated by Mad Ave, this creative research project responds to the impact of housing redevelopment in the Tāmaki area.

Wananga ritual, arts practice and performance are weaved together as tools for healing, resilience and cohesion in the innovative Home Fires initiative, a four-day event in a backyard of Glen Innes.
March 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th
Times: 10am - 9pm

Event Page here for details:

Mad Ave Community Trust