Travel by bus to Pataka and join exhibition curator Julia Waite from the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, for a tour of Freedom and Structure, an exhibition featuring Cubism influenced New Zealand art.
An internationally renowned academic who started her career in the field of maritime archaeology, Professor Kenderdine is at the forefront of new methods of digitally capturing and publicly exhibiting built and cultural heritage through interactive augmented reality in libraries, art galleries and museums all around the world …
Hamish Campbell leads this excursion to the Parangarahu Lakes Reserve and Pencarrow Lighthouse on the south east coast. There are two important privileges that
Join Claire Regnault, Senior Curator of History, for an exploration of embroidery and stitch work in Te Papa’s collection … a rich source of inspiration for students and contemporary textile practitioners …
The event is now fully booked. If you are coming, please meet at Te Papa on Friday 24th March in time for a 9:30am departure by bus. The 4-5 hour tour will include a stop for refreshments…
This is your opportunity to hear Te Papa Press publisher Nicola Legat talk about the state of New Zealand’s publishing industry and broader bookstore and writers’ festival environment.
Join Adam Art Gallery curator Stephen Cleland on a tour of the current exhibition Out of Site: Works from the Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection.
Thomas Gainsborough, 1727-1788, was an originator of the English landscape painting school. Illustrated by a selection of Gainsborough’s paintings, sketches and portraits, garden historian Caroline Holmes will explore his landscape legacy …
Hear Te Papa’s Head of Art Charlotte Davy and Senior Art Curator Sarah Farrar talk about the exciting new plans for art at Te Papa and reflect on the history of the art collection displays at Te Papa since 1998 …
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