Mount Albert Grammar School, Alberton Avenue, Mount Albert, Auckland, beside the school canteen.
Cleo Chambers, student leader, with 30 students from year 10, a collaboration of art students with students from Te Puna o Wairaka (the Maori Whanau unit).
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Tane and his achievements – bringing three baskets of knowledge down for humanity. Tane also created a proper day by separating Papatuanuku and Ranginui (Earth mother and Sky father). The baskets are placed on steps representing different cultures. This is to show the culture and platform for identity and achievements.
Background to mural creation:
The Maori student committee suggested a mural to celebrate culture at Mount Albert Grammar School. The art teacher, Ainsley Leonard and Te Reo teacher Matua Pete Walters brought together year 10 students to create this mural.
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