The early Romantic and Impressionist artists battled it out in the court of public opinion, but they also went bush from time to time. They were inspired to establish artists’ camps in many beautiful locations.
This performance tells the story of Kahe, who, after a prophetic dream about an imminent attack, swims from Kapiti Island to the mainland to warn her people.
Celebrate our Picturing Sāmoa photo exhibition by making a Samoan adornment to wear on your head!
Devour a slapstick treat of culinary chaos in The Magic Chicken, Theatre Beating's production for Capital E National Arts Festival for Children.
Velvet & Elvis is a gorgeous and simple book. It uses Stephanie Bowman's stunning paintings to tell the story of New Zealand's endangered long-fin eel. Come and meet the author and listen to Stephanie tell the story of Velvet & Elvis. Signed copies will then be available to buy from the Te Papa Kid's Store, Level 2.
Canadian expert Professor John Berry joins Chris Laidlaw and race relations commentator Joris de Bres and Claudia Orange to discuss issues of bi-cultural and multi-cultural relationships.
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