All events in July

14 July 2013

15 July 2013

16 July 2013

    Political economist Robert Wade discusses rising inequality in the Western world, placing New Zealand in the context of international debates. Dame Claudia Orange chairs.

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

17 July 2013

    Hear author Dianne Bardsley and artist John Reynolds discuss Book of New Zealand Words – a collaboration containing over 1,500 samples from New Zealand’s distinctive vocabulary.

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

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

18 July 2013

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

    Enjoy an illuminating evening of talks and discussion as Te Papa celebrates the opening of Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

19 July 2013

20 July 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.

    A special Warhol: Immortal screening of Ric Burns’ epic 2006 documentary, which charts Warhol’s meteoric rise from his working-class roots to international pop-art stardom.

    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.

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

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

21 July 2013

    The Turner Prize has raised the profile of contemporary British art and made household names of artists like Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. Discover its surprising and sometimes controversial story with visiting lecturer Barry Venning.

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

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

22 July 2013

23 July 2013

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

24 July 2013

25 July 2013

    Kids! Come and make a marvellously arty mosaic inspired by our new exhibition Colour & Light: Impressionism from France & America.

26 July 2013

27 July 2013

28 July 2013

29 July 2013

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

7 August 2013

8 August 2013

9 August 2013

10 August 2013

11 August 2013

12 August 2013

13 August 2013

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