FEATURED

The Hoho’a Nui Festival, all artistic forms

Since the creation of the event in 2010 by the Association F16, the Museum  of Tahiti and its Islands is a partner of the Hoho’a exhibition which aims to promote the talent of Polynesian photographers, amateurs or professionals. As always, the permanent exhibition hall will house 45 photographers from april 18th to 30th of 2017.

This year, the exhibition becomes a festival, Hoho’a Nui 2017, thanks to the involvement of the Maison de la Culture de Papeete; A festival in several places, themes and activities. To complete the event, two photographers were invited from France, allowing new human and artistic encounters and a new vision without a doubt: Antoine Poupel and Laurent Ballesta.

Workshops, demonstrations and conferences will allow the students, the curious as well as the enthusiasts to discover all the aspects of this art.

The whole festival at the Maison de la Culture in Papeete is free to access.

For further information: www.museetahiti.pf

The EVENTS

Exhibitions:

Tuesday 18 to Sunday 30 April 2017 – exhibition at the Museum of Tahiti

Vernissage on Friday, April 21 from 5:30 pm

Temporary exhibition hall. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 5pm.

Price: 500 Fcfp admission to the exhibition / free for students and under 18 years.

For further information: www.museetahiti.pf

Tuesday 25 to Saturday 29 April 2017 – exhibition at the Maison de la Culture in Papeete (Muriavai Room, Paepae a Hiro and lower esplanade)

Vernissage at Muriavai Room on Tuesday 25 April from 6 pm

Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm (1pm on Saturday)

Muriavai Room «Polynesians in the world, travel photos»

Paepae a Hiro: large format backlit plexiglas

Low Esplanade: Large Format

Tuesday 18 to Saturday 29 April 2017 – exhibition ‘Ite mata roa at the BU of the Outumaoro Campus at the University of French Polynesia

Monday to Friday from 7.30 am to 7 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm on the theme « Te puta e te totaiete: ‘a papa i te Hoho’a’. 14 kakemono format photos equipped with QR code giving access to the texts of Pacific authors who inspired them.

Workshops at the Maison de la Culture: Around the Paepae a Hiro

Thursday 27 April and Friday 28 April

8h30 to 9h00: introduction to photo shooting
9:00 to 10:00: Sports photography (Thursday only) / photographic material from 1900 to the present day / Aperture Speed ​ / Photo studio /
10:30 am to 11:00 am Matarai demo – aerial photo (Thursday only)
10:30 to 11:30 am: Sports photography (Thursday only) / photographic material from 1900 to the present day / Aperture Speed / Photo studio
14:00 to 15:00: Photo studio

Saturday, April 29

9h30 to 10h30: photographic material from 1900 to the present / Raw development / Studio photo / Image editing / Event photography / Travel photo / demo matarai
12:00 pm: marathon awards ceremony and the latest « Défi du Jour (DDJ) »
Belle Epoque Evening and large format illuminations

Wednesday, April 26 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Lower Esplanade of To’ata – free evening

Illumination of large formats, parade and dances of the group Ori i Tahiti, photo shoot with Hine, photomaton, musical animation Belle Epoque, dance floor and refreshment bar.

Meetings & Conferences

Thursday 27 April 2017:

16h30-17h45: Matareva – the team photo, a Polynesian exception (Petit Théâtre)

18h00-19h15: Lecture by Laurent Ballesta (Petit Théâtre)

Friday, April 28:

16h30-17h45: Photo and surfing with Tim McKenna & Ben Thouard (Paepae)

18h00-19h15: Lecture by Antoine Poupel: Antoine Poupel, images: 1982 – 2017 (Petit Théâtre)

Saturday, April 29:

10h30-11h30: Meeting with Laurent Ballesta and Antoine Poupel (Paepae)

12h00: awards of the photo marathon and the last « Défi du Jour (DDJ) »

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