- Author:Erenora Puketapu-Hetet
- Publisher:Univ of Hawaii Pr (February 1, 1990)
- Pages:96 pages
- Subcategory:Crafts & Hobbies
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My Mother, Erenora Puketapu-Hetet, was a prolific weaver and artist. Over her short life she taught hundreds of people to weave, along with my father decorated the Wharenui at Wainuiomata Marae, established a Museum Internship programme for Maori, wrote a book about Maori weaving, travelled the World promoting Maori art, wove over 30 cloaks, brought up a family, was an active member of her Marae and of our Waka and various boards - on.
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Hetet, Erenora Puketapu. Published by Longman, Auckland, New Zealand (1999). ISBN 10: 058254193X ISBN 13: 9780582541931.
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Erenora Puketapu-Hetet ONZM JP (née Puketapu, 28 January 1941 – 23 July 2006) was a noted New Zealand weaver and author. She was a key figure in the Māori cultural renaissance and helped lift Māori weaving from a craft to an art. Of Te Atiawa descent, Puketapu-Hetet was born in Lower Hutt on 28 January 1941. Her parents were Vera May Puketapu (née Yeates), who was Pākehā, and her husband Ihaia Porutu Puketapu.