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Students from around Suva gather at the Fiji Museum for a pottery-making programme.

Children from around Suva gathered at the Fiji Museum under a program to learn the art of pottery making.

According to the Exhibition Officer, Vika Koro, these kinds of activities are organized by the Fiji Museum every school holidays.

She said pottery making was chosen this time for the children to get more knowledge about the utensils and pots that were used by our ancestors.

“We hired pottery makers from Rewa. We want the kids to know what our ancestors used during the old days of cooking,” she added.

A pottery maker from Rewa, Apenisa Bai explained to Fiji Live the importance of pottery in the olden days.

“My mother was a pottery maker and that’s how I learnt it. We make saqamoli, muirua, cooking pots for food, storing water from the stream, and also souvenirs.” said Bai.

“The only things needed to make pottery are water, clay and tata (wooden stick)”.

Two children came all the way from Pacific Harbor to participate in the program.

All the children present in the program made things from their own imagination including vases, pots and souvenirs such as turtle and canoe.

After the pottery making session, the kids went to visit some of the historical buildings and sites near the museum.

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