Ulumate Project: Sacredness of Human Hair – Exhibition

The Ulumate Project is a revival-research- art project by Na Tolu – a multidisciplinary collective of Pacific artists  based in Aotearoa NZ in 2013.  

Na Tolu consists of Joana Monolagi from Serua, Ba; Daren Kamali – (Levuka/ Wallis and Futuna) and Fa’aoleole  Maiava (Aoteraoa/Samoa). 

In 2021 – after two centuries a contemporary ulu cavu wig was made in NZ.  

Ulumate Project – Fiji-Aotearoa will feature six Fijian based international artists: Irami Buli, Josua Toganivalu, Waqa Nuidreketi, Atueta Rabuka, Mere Rasue and Lambert Ho  

Exhibition opening will be at 6pm on the 1st of May 2024 at Oceania Centre Art Gallery – USP, Suva

Date: May 1, 2024

Location: Oceania Centre Art Gallery – USP, Suva

Time: 6pm

Ulumate project hair
Lambert Ho Ulumate
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