This talk and tour by the gallery’s director is a unique opportunity to see, in one location, treasures held by Victoria University.
The 2015 autumn season of Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa features a mix of old favourites and many surprises in eight new shows. Celebrate the opening with a Friends’ viewing and tour of exhibition highlights.
What are the creative benefits of integrating science with art in education? New Zealand film-maker and US film-school chair Bruce Sheridan uses recent research to provide the answer.
The first of our local gallery tours is a visit to two of the dealer galleries in Ghuznee Street.
Not sure how to store or look after your textile treasures and heirlooms? Bring your item to Te Papa and discuss with a textile conservator.
As part of three days of sculpture, presented by the Friends of Te Papa and the Wellington Sculpture Trust, travel with the Friends of Te Papa to the privately owned Connells Bay Sculpture Park on the east coast of Waiheke Island, with a visit to heritage and conservation park Rotoroa Island.
Join the Wellington Sculpture Trust on Fri 13 February for a visit to Gibbs Farm, home to about 25 world-renowned sculptures, spread over a sprawling 400 hectare landscape on the edge of the Kaipara harbour. The timing gives you the opportunity to take in the biennial Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition on Waiheke over the weekend.
A popular event in the Friends Programme returns. Executive Chef Bernd Lippmann will create a fabulous menu with each dish matched with a TerraVin wine to complement each course.
As our first dinner on Wednesday 28 January was quickly sold out, we are pleased to offer members another opportunity to enjoy a degustation dinner featuring TerraVin wines.
Learn more about Te Papa from the inside. As a Friend, you’ll enjoy exclusive exhibition previews, discounts, special events, and more.Find out how to join