"He karanga tēnei ki ōku tuāhine,
ngā hine a ō mātou whaea,
a ō tātou tūpuna,
a ō mātou mareikura,
a ō mātou atua wahine,
a Papatūānuku e...
nau mai, haere mai, whiria mai ki tēnei kaupapa, ki a Hine, Hine,
e Hine e!"
Once upon a time I was told that I was divine.
Once upon a time I believed I was divine.
Now I'm not so sure.
HINE dances the veil between our divinity and our human
HINE reclaims the sacredness of women through ceremony, dance, and
HINE seeks to activate te mana o te wahine, celebrating te whare
tangata by weaving together sacred stories and sacred rites.
In reclaiming our sacredness as women we are restoring the
balance. We invite you to take a journey with us, and navigate the
tides of womanhood together. In donating, you will be contributing
to production costs and travel costs for some of our sisters flying
in from the Far North and South.
Created by Whetu and Komako Silver in collaboration with