Cecilia Kumeroa, left, Jaki Arthur and Ken Hird in front of Kumeroa’s Ki uta, ki tai artwork at the Sarjeant redevelopment at Pukenamu Queen’s Park. Photo Mike Tweed | Sarjeant Gallery Whanganui
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Cecilia Kumeroa, left, Jaki Arthur and Ken Hird in front of Kumeroa’s Ki uta, ki tai artwork at the Sarjeant redevelopment at Pukenamu Queen’s Park. Photo Mike Tweed

Cecilia Kumeroa, left, Jaki Arthur and Ken Hird in front of Kumeroa’s Ki uta, ki tai artwork at the Sarjeant redevelopment at Pukenamu Queen’s Park. Photo Mike Tweed

Cecilia Kumeroa, left, Jaki Arthur and Ken Hird in front of Kumeroa’s “Ki uta, ki tai” artwork at the Sarjeant redevelopment at Pukenamu Queen’s Park. Photo / Mike Tweed