This year is looking like it will be bigger and better Tūmanako exhibitions than ever.
For information on the Auckland event below
Tūmanako Auckland 2018
Tumanako is a festival of art for the youth and by the youth, in commemoration of the 73rd anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear attack. At the same time, we also celebrate the 31st anniversary of Aotearoa New Zealand as a nuclear free country, and the 1st anniversary of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Students from Albany Senior High School in association with Soka Gakkai International (SGINZ), are organising an Auckland wide event commemorating Hiroshima Day called ‘Tumanako! – Children’s Art Works for a Peaceful World’ – a youth art exhibition for hope and peace. We would like to invite students, aged 8 to 18 years-old, to participate in this wonderful event for peace by creating a work of art, including but not limited to: painting, sculpture, drawing, musical piece, and dance. All artworks must reflect the theme ‘hope for a peaceful world’. We encourage students to work collaboratively to create these pieces.
The opening ceremony for the event will be held on Sunday the 5th of August 2018 for participating students and will involve:
- Key speakers
- Certificate and Tumanako t-shirt prize giving
- Food & Entertainment
Further details of the event will be released soon! (in regards to the time, and place of the event)
Registration of interest closes on the 27th of June
Submissions of artworks closes on the 5th of July (end of Term 2)
To register, please click the link below, which will take you through to a registration form for Tumanako where you will be able to register your interest (or class interest) for the event!