All events in July

31 July 2013

    Immerse yourself in an R18 contemporary, digitised expression of Andy Warhol’s famous studio, The Factory – quirky guests, playful installations, live music, a photobooth, and fascinating floortalks. Presented in collaboration with Open Lab, Massey University.

1 August 2013

2 August 2013

    Join curator Sarah Farrar for a fascinating introduction to the work of Andy Warhol – the pop art icon who features in our latest major exhibition, Warhol: Immortal

    Have your photo taken by the amazing Warhol: Immortal Photobooth, keep a free copy, and get discounted entry to the exhibition.

3 August 2013

4 August 2013

    Kids! Join us in Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa to have fun learning about the art of being in an exhibition space.

    Curator Rebecca Rice explores the transatlantic traffic of art and artists in the late 19th century, the age of impressionism.

5 August 2013

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15 August 2013

    Join curator Rebecca Rice for a Colour & Light lecture exploring the transatlantic traffic of art and artists during the age of impressionism.

     

    Enjoy an evening of Degas and Debussy as the Haydn String Trio performs a programme of music inspired by Colour & Light.

    On Thursday 15 August, Wellington city and regional residents can see the exhibition Warhol: Immortal for just $5 (minimum donation per person).

16 August 2013

    Join curator Sarah Farrar for a fascinating introduction to the work of Andy Warhol – the pop art icon who features in our latest major exhibition, Warhol: Immortal

    Geoff Norman, author of the award-winning Buller’s Birds of New Zealand: the Complete Work of JG Keulemans from Te Papa Press, will give an illustrated talk about the fascinating history of ‘Buller’s Birds’.

17 August 2013

18 August 2013

19 August 2013

     

    Scottish writer Janice Galloway is celebrated for her work across many forms. Hear this engaging author read from and discuss her work with Emily Perkins.

22 August 2013

    The 12th Latin American Film Festival proudly presents recent films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

    Explore the little-known ceremonies and activities of Freemasonry in New Zealand, and the rich history of the Wairarapa region, in this tour to Aratoi in Masterton.

23 August 2013

    See Andy Warhol’s silent film Blow Job – a close-up of a young man’s face that teasingly hints at the act performed off-camera.

24 August 2013

    Te Papa offers you the opportunity to play Michael Parekowhai’s beautiful grand piano,He kōrero pūrākau mo te awanui o te motu: story of a New Zealand river.

    Join Ariana Odermatt for a Saturday lunchtime concert on Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero pūrākau mo te awanui o te motu: story of a New Zealand river.

    The 12th Latin American Film Festival proudly presents recent films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

     

    Kids, decorate and learn to use one of the great taonga pūoro (singing treasures) – a porotiti (spinning disc instrument).

25 August 2013

    Join curator Sarah Farrar for a fascinating introduction to the work of Andy Warhol – the pop art icon who features in our latest major exhibition, Warhol: Immortal

    The 12th Latin American Film Festival proudly presents recent films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

     

    Kids, decorate and learn to use one of the great taonga pūoro (singing treasures) – a porotiti (spinning disc instrument).

26 August 2013

29 August 2013

30 August 2013

    Join the hub playing the online game Pounamu. Explore a futuristic New Zealand where everyone can use science as easily as a computer – what are your ideas?

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