This walking tour starts outside the Arts Centre. We return here at the end of the tour to finish the experience with a hands-on craft activity.
Join us for a walk through ever-changing central Christchurch and discover Ōtautahi's long history of resourcefulness - or making what we need from what we have around us - as we share stories and explore examples.
From the large to small scale, from mahinga kai to Gap Filler, from old traditions to recent initiatives, we will look at creative and innovative examples (such as street art, DIY architecture), those that make use of the collective knowledge of our people and celebrate our diversity (from public art to Magaret Mahy playground), and those that look after our natural resources, cultural heritage, and unique ecosystems.
The tour finishes with a hands-on craft element using local materials at the Rekindle Workshop. We will transform undervalued local resources - ti kouka cabbage tree leaves - through skill sharing and craft, and tell you a bit about what we do.
This is for visitors who wish to discover the city through a fascinating lens, or for Christchurch locals looking to reconnect with their city. Being resourceful is good for the wellbeing of people and planet, and connects people to each other and place.
Bookings are essential and non-refundable.
A fun experience for all ages & a unique, resourceful way to connect with Ōtautahi Christchurch. 10.30 to 11.30am every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at Rekindleʼs craft workshop at the...
Gift the experience of being resourceful! Purchase a gift voucher for the activity you'd like to gift & you'll be sent a link to download a card you can print...
If you have a group you'd like to bring together do any of our workshops, this is the way you can make that possible. So gather a group of friends/family/colleagues/neighbours,...
This class is held in at the Rekindle workshop at The Arts Centre (upstairs in the Boys’ High building at 28 Worcester Boulevard) There are 10 places available. Each child/young...