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Talk: Our young people will learn our history

Te Marae Te Papa, 55 Cable Street, Te Aro, Wellington, Wellington

The introduction of the Aotearoa New Zealand Histories Curriculum for students in Years 1-10 is a significant change for the New Zealand Curriculum which had previously largely avoided compulsory subjects or content.

$25.00 – $30.00

Postponed : David Cook on community, ecology and space.

Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington

Most of David's documentary projects deal with communities in transition, contested space, community and ecology. 

$25.00 – $30.00

Curators’ talk: Robin White

Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington

Come and join Dr Sarah Farrar and Dr Nina Tonga who will talk through the curation of Dame Robin White’s retrospective exhibition Something is happening here. Sarah and Nina will give insights into

$25.00 – $30.00

Visit: The Sustainability Trust

The Sustainability Trust, 2 Forresters Lane, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

'Sustainability is more than a part of our name, it’s our way of being. Learn how we put sustainability in Sustainability Trust.'

$20.00

Talk: Co-governance or shared authority?

Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington

After 40 years of research and writing, this presentation gives Dame Claudia Orange a chance to reflect and comment

$25.00 – $30.00

Talk: Original Fine Art Prints

Korero, Level 3, Te Papa Te Papa, 55 Cable Street, Wellington

Join us for our first talk in our 'Art on Thursday' series. What is an original fine art print? In this interactive session with Art Historian David Maskill, you will be introduced to the various techniques of original fine art printmaking by examining a range of works dating from the 16th to the 20th centuries.

$25.00

Floortalk: ‘Threads that weave the world’

Thistle Hall, 293 Cuba Street, Wellington 6011

Join us for a special exhibition viewing and talk on 'Threads that Weave the World'. This creatively curated exhibition highlights the unique and exquisite heritage of textiles & crafts, with written and visual narratives from many corners of the world

$20.00 – $25.00

Talk: What does it mean to be Chinese in Aotearoa?

Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington

Grace highlights the diverse linguistic and cultural heritages with which people of Chinese ancestry in Aotearoa identify.

$25.00 – $30.00

Tour: Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection

Join Kaiwhakarākei Curator Collections Sophie Thorn from Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery on an afterhours tour of the Ngā puhipuhi o Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection. The […]