Join us for an exclusive Friends of Te Papa tour of an exquisite exhibition showcasing the history of handbags over the last 100 years, led by it’s curator.
Rose Valland is one of the great unsung heroes of the fight against art crime during war.
Dr Mark Stocker presents an illustrated talk based upon his article published in Majesty magazine. Sixty years ago Prince Philip was a progressive royal who exerted a profound influence on what British currency looks like, largely because he cared about good design.
Please join us at the Dowse Art Museum for a guided tour of their newest exhibitions with curator Sian Van Dyk and Director, Karl Chitham.
Lord Rutherford is almost a household name in New Zealand. This talk will present one of the world’s greatest scientists and most outstanding New Zealanders, “the founder of nuclear physics”, through Russian eyes.
EVENT POSTPONED due to Wellington being in Level 2 until midnight Sunday 27th.
Despite digital domination, there has been a huge revival of interest in letterpress, particularly in the United States and Britain. Letterpress Museums and Book Arts Centres have sprung up in major cities around the world. Te Ara: Stories of our Streets at Whirinaki Whare Taonga celebrates the significant stories behind the streets of Upper Hutt, and is the city’s first major historical exhibition.
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