Join Dr Hamish Campbell on a field excursion of the Wellington peninsula exploring the geological highlights.
Curator Justine Olsen will show how contemporary artists have used ancient ideas, colours, materials, and techniques – reminding us that the past is still relevant today.
Celebrate Queer History month …
Come along for a glass of rosé …
At Mark Stocker’s talk on Oscar and Bosie…
Join us for our September local gallery tour to the Petone Foreshore. Our first stop is the Alfred Memelink ‘Artspace Gallery’. Here, Alan Collins will introduce us to his new solo exhibition Alan Collins Watercolours.
Celebrate the opening of this rich and visually stunning exhibition with a Friends’ viewing and two ‘hot-spot’ tours from Justine Olsen, Curator Decorative Arts & Design and Mark Stocker, Curator Historical International Art.
Te Papa would like to hear your ideas on what you would like to see in a natural history exhibition. This workshop is part of the extensive audience research undertaken in developing the new exhibitions.
Be among the first to hear about the exciting new directions planned for Te Papa’s natural history exhibitions.
A Special General Meeting of the Friends of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Inc will be held Tuesday 30 August at 10.20am in Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa.
Join us on an early evening tour of art at Parliament. As well as a special exhibition of work by John Drawbridge and his family you will see work by some of New Zealand’s most significant artists including Colin McCahon, Frances Hodgkins and Ralph Hotere.
Enjoy a special privileged viewing of the Aloysius and Eileen Teh Art Collection which includes well known New Zealand artists, Max Gimblett, Gordon Walters, Bill Hammond, Colin McCahon and others. This collection is currently on loan and housed in the Creative Performing Arts Centre at Scots College.
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