We’re raising funds to help Taumako videographer Dixon Wia, who’s busy documenting the Polynesian voyaging traditions of his ancestors, in hopes of keeping them alive for new generations. Dixon needs training and equipment to tell the story of his ancestors and keep ancient voyaging traditions from being lost. Check us out our Kickstarter here. …
We’re in this month’s Hana Hou Magazine!
LUOVA, TEMOTU PROVINCE: For the first time in over thirty years, a Taumako voyaging canoe arrived at Santa Cruz Island’s northwestern tip on Sunday, June 4.
Holau Vanuatu – VTP’s voyage to Vanuatu – was in the news this week in The Island Sun newspaper in the Solomon Islands.
Simon just sent us these photos of the hard working crew of Taumako artisans building a new Te Puke at Taumako.
Mimi and Meph have just returned from two busy and productive weeks in Solomon Islands. Here are a few highlights:
A Preliminary Report by Dr. Marianne “Mimi” George Prepared for the National Science Foundation 2009