Watch Te Papa chef Bernd Lippmann and his helpers construct the biggest gingerbread house ever baked in Wellington.
During December and January, Te Papa will be accepting donations of food for Wellington’s Soup Kitchen.
Join curator Puawai Cairns for a floortalk about the Māori content in the Uniformity exhibition, including newly acquired items from Sir Jerry Mateparae, Brian Tamaki, and Tame Iti.
Artists Karlo Mila, Teresia Teaiwa, and James Nokise share their responses to the Tangata o le Moana exhibition. This event honours the 50th anniversary of the Pacific History Association.
Curator Michael Fitzgerald tells the story of the exquisite furniture on display in Angels & Aristocrats.
Learn more about St John Ambulance and the services they offer to your community.
This performance features children from poorer neighbourhoods in the Hutt Valley and Auckland who’ve had the chance to learn the violin and cello. Hear these talented musicians in action.
Connect our land with East Asia by making an awesome mask.
Discover the role of emotions in how the brain works and learn some strategies to reduce emotional stress in this seminar with The Brain Clinic’s Pascal Saker.
Dancer and choreographer Saes Byeol Cha and musicians Rob Thorne and Lorenzo Bühne interweave sounds and movements from South Korea, Italy, and Aotearoa New Zealand.
Octogenarian jazz pianist Bill Wollerman plays your favourite Christmas tunes at Te Papa. Come along, drink some tea, nibble some cake, and enjoy!
Join Angels & Aristocrats curator, Mary Kisler, for an illustrated lecture on food in art, a delectable afternoon tea, and an exclusive viewing of the exhibition.
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