3rd = place community mural 2015

Mural Masterpieces - Mamaku SchoolAn entry from Mamaku School in the Resene Mural Masterpieces competition 2015

Mamaku Youth Park and Playground, Karamu Street, Mamaku.

Mamaku School students (70) with assistance from Marc Spijkerbosch.

Accessible to public:

Mural theme:
History of Mamaku through the ages (series of 7 panels).

Background to mural creation:
The Rotorua District Council organised for the students to design the seven murals about the community’s history. The artwork is displayed around the new skate park and playground. Made for the community by children for ownership and pride.


Mamaku School's mural entry in the Resene Mural Masterpieces competition


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