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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Cat and Esme

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 ...

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Pāua: A Contemporary Jewellery Story

Discover the stories that pāua can tell us about ourselves as New Zealanders. The materials found in our oceans, the souvineirs people take to remember their visit to Aotearoa and the artists who have been inspired and challenged by making ...

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Wharenui Harekoa

Wharenui Harikoa is a full-scale, crocheted wharenui featuring vivid poupou, tekoteko, tukutuku panels and adorned pou tokomanawa. Bringing together bright, neon colours and traditional toi whakairo shapes. Students will share in the kaupapa of artists Lissy Robinson-Cole and Rudi Robinson, ...

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Whetūrangitia/ Made As Stars

Exploring the work of contemporary Indigenous artists from around the world students will be inspired to think critically about the origins of stories they know through Disney, Marvel and Netflix. Where do these stories come from? What knowledge do they ...

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