GATE IX EMILY KARAKA X REWI SPRAGGON

21 April 2021

For this dinner, resident artist Emily Karaka collaborated with her whanaunga, hāngi master Rewi Spraggon. In 2009, the McCahon House artist’s residence was gifted the name Parehuia by Te Kawerau ā Maki elder, Eru Thompson. Throughout the evening, Emily, Rewi and Pita Turei shared Te Kawerau ā Maki stories of Parehuia and Titirangi. We were thrilled to offer hāngi kai to guests.

Rewi Spraggon’s Hāngi Master food truck is a well-known fixture both at Otara Markets and outside Auckland Ferry Terminal. For more information visit www.hangimaster.co.nz

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For this dinner, resident artist Emily Karaka collaborated with her whanaunga, hāngi master Rewi Spraggon. In 2009, the McCahon House artist’s residence was gifted the name Parehuia by Te Kawerau ā Maki elder, Eru Thompson. Throughout the evening, Emily, Rewi and Pita Turei shared Te Kawerau ā Maki stories of Parehuia and Titirangi. We were thrilled to offer hāngi kai to guests.

Rewi Spraggon’s Hāngi Master food truck is a well-known fixture both at Otara Markets and outside Auckland Ferry Terminal. For more information visit www.hangimaster.co.nz

The McCahon House Gate programme helps build the careers of New Zealand artists. Our premium programme provides supporters with unique insights and experiences into the creative development process of artists and art making.

 

Menu

Bush herb rewena crispbread with ika mata, karengo & watercress oil

Pikopiko flatbread with beer-glazed portobello, kawakawa and pickled butternut

 

Hāngi

 

Devil’s chocolate cake w mānuka mascarpone and horopito salted caramel