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.
Cat and Esme
Students will discover the ways that people have lived on our land and the impact they have had on our environment. Together we will think critically about our past and build a city of the future.
There’s No I in Team
Large scale paintings by Claudia Kogachi invite the audience in to referee the friction and fun found in the artists', and so many of our own, family relationships. Played out through Olympic sports in vivid bright colours we are invited ...
What’s my Story?
Discover stories of identity and place from Naenae to Uzbekistan. How can we use our stories of people and places in the past to inspire us to see the world in new ways? Students will get crafty learning skills from ...
Who am I?
Step into the unexpectedly glamorous world of Eden Hore. Students will explore image and identity thinking about our taonga, what we wear and how we wear it. Students will create their own portrait using silk, sequins and selfies.
Nuku Tewhatewha: The Heart of The Dowse
Come and discover the secrets of this national treasure. As the sole intact 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 ...