To support students and teachers during this difficult time our educators are offering fun, interactive curriculum-linked programmes in new ways. You can access our programmes online, as an outreach visit or in our museums.

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Lost Heads & Hobgoblins

Discover how art can be weird, wonderful, magical and fun. Let's create our own mini exhibition inspired by the curious and strange ideas hiding in our own imaginations.

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Reuse, Repurpose & Reimagine

Angela Singer's Second Sight challenges us to reimagine.  Could the end really be the begining? What could we do to look after land and animals? Students will discover how we use critical thinking to look at art and our world. 

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From the Ground Up

Let's celebrate our relationships with each other and our land. From the Ground Up; Community, Cultivation and Commensality explores our relationship to food from the planting of a tiny seed to gathering together to share kai and stories.

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Terminus: Jess Johnson and Simon Ward

Step inside Terminus a mysterious universe of alien architecture where drawing and design meet the digital world. Students will be challenged to turn 2d into 3d and design their own new world.

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Nuku Tewhatewha: The Heart of The Dowse

Come and discover the secrets of this national treasure. As the sole remaining pillar from the Kīngitanga movement, Nuku Tewhatewha, has lessons for us all. Students will become experts on the pātaka, past and present, and be inspired to consider ...

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