All events in October

6 October 2013

7 October 2013

    Bring the kids to meet Kahu the Kea live around the Museum!

8 October 2013

    Bring the kids to meet Kahu the Kea live around the Museum!

9 October 2013

    Bring the kids to meet Kahu the Kea live around the Museum!

10 October 2013

    Bring the kids to meet Kahu the Kea live around the Museum!

11 October 2013

    Bring the kids to meet Kahu the Kea live around the Museum!

12 October 2013

17 October 2013

    Exhibition writer Rupert Alchin shines a light into the darker corners of Aztec culture, revealing a macabre counterbalance to all the beauty on display.

19 October 2013

20 October 2013

21 October 2013

22 October 2013

     Join Te Papa scientists online as they examine the mystery of over 300,000 storm-wrecked whalebirds (prions). Watch live on YouTube, ask questions through Twitter and find out what goes on behind the scenes in Te Papa's science lab!

23 October 2013

    American curator Wendy Kaplan presents a lecture on Arts and Crafts – one of the most significant and far-reaching movements in Western design.

24 October 2013

    Celebrate Diwali at Te Papa with a performance of Ramayana Dance Drama, the story of King Rama, presented by Bhaskar’s Arts Academy from Singapore.

    Wendy Kaplan, visiting from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and curator Justine Olsen discuss the enduring influence of some of the icons of mid 20th-century Californian design.

26 October 2013

28 October 2013

    Cellist Elena Morgan and flautist Ingrid Culliford perform a programme of music inspired by Colour & Light:Impressionism from France & America.

30 October 2013

    Renowned ecologist Paul Ehrlich discusses the ways in which cultural and genetic evolution have combined to take humans to the brink of collapse. Can we evolve our way out of it?

31 October 2013

     

    Curator Rebecca Rice discusses Anne Estelle Rice’s much-loved portrait of Katherine Mansfield, and works by other artists who, like Mansfield, left New Zealand for Europe.

    Curator Rebecca Rice discusses Anne Estelle Rice’s much-loved portrait of Katherine Mansfield, and works by other artists who, like Mansfield, left New Zealand for Europe.

1 November 2013

2 November 2013

3 November 2013

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