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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Breaking the Bronze Ceiling
Bringing together everything from bronze and ceramics to duct tape and wool. Students will explore and experiment with different materials to create a sculpture to share their ideas, explore themes and consider their place in the world. Creative workshop available
Shane Cotton: Te Puāwai
A major exhibition of new works and his first public show in his home, Te Awakairangi. Leading contemporary artist Shane Cotton brings together toi moko, manaia, native birds and sailing ships to animate questions about history, culture and identity that ...
The Most Dedicated: An Aotearoa Graffiti Story
Delve into the creative works of the TMD Crew, very own graffiti super group from Aotearoa! Take an immersive walk through their history and be inspired to experiment and explore graffiti techniques and textures in our creative workshop.
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 ...
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 ...