All events in May

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1 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    Andy Warhol – pop art icon – is here at Te Papa. Join curator Sarah Farrar for a fascinating introduction to Warhol: Immortal, our latest major exhibition.

    Help us welcome Warhol: Immortal by putting a personal spin on what he did best!

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

2 June 2013

    Help us welcome Warhol: Immortal by putting a personal spin on what he did best!

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

3 June 2013

    Andy Warhol – pop art icon – is here at Te Papa. Join curator Sarah Farrar for a fascinating introduction to Warhol: Immortal, our latest major exhibition.

    Celebrate Queen’s Birthday with us by decorating some fancy New Zealand headgear with flair!

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

4 June 2013

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

5 June 2013

    See Warhol’s most glamorous and troubled superstar, Edie Sedgwick, in a special screening of Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable and Ciao! Manhattan at Victoria University’s Adam Art Gallery.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

6 June 2013

     What’s the threat of bird flu in New Zealand this winter? Dispel the myths, and get the facts from expert virologist Dr Sue Huang.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

7 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    Here’s your chance to view Te Papa’s treasures through the eyes of a curator, as they discuss their personal favourites from the National Collection. 

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

8 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    Get yourself ready for the Matariki Festival by punctually prepping a pair of poi!

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

9 June 2013

     

    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.

    Israeli pianist Omri Mor’s repertoire includes classical, jazz, North-African, Latin, and Afro-Cuban. You can catch him at Te Papa, and also the Wellington Jazz Festival.

    Get yourself ready for the Matariki Festival by punctually prepping a pair of poi!

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

10 June 2013

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

11 June 2013

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

12 June 2013

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

13 June 2013

    Andy Warhol – pop art icon – is here at Te Papa. Join curator Sarah Farrar for a fascinating introduction to Warhol: Immortal, our latest major exhibition.

    Join writer and industrial designer Michael Smythe in the second instalment of our Talking Design series: Did New Zealand ever do post-modernism – or is modernism still evolving here?

    Te Papa curator Awhina Tamarapa speaks about the beautiful kahu huruhuru (feather cloak) gifted by the Māori King Korokī to China’s Chairman Mao in 1957.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

14 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    Celebrate Matariki (Māori New Year) with stellar music and dance.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

15 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    Come and explore Te Papa’s Matariki Craft Village. Local and visiting craft workers show off their wares, from custom home ware to clothing.

    Matariki is the Māori New Year. But do you kids know how to find the Matariki star cluster, which heralds this mid-winter festival?

    Honour New Zealand’s immigrants by learning a bit about another culture.

    Enjoy a performance from national kapa haka champions, Te Waka Huia. Hailing form Auckland, they took out the grand prize at Te Matatini 2013.

    The captain and a crew member of the waka (canoe) Te Matau a Māui give a presentation about their 18-month voyage to raise environmental awareness.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

16 June 2013

17 June 2013

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

18 June 2013

    As part of our Matariki programme, join the BYU choir from Hawai‘i as they serenade you through the Museum.

    We are introducing a programme of back of house tours. First up a Back of House Tour of the Pacific Collection presented by the Collection Managers. View a variety of collection items from weapons, Lapita pottery and more.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

19 June 2013

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

20 June 2013

    Enjoy performances by seven rising male stars – and award winners – in Māori and Pacific music.

    Professor Terry Speed, 2013 Royal Society of New Zealand Distinguished Speaker, discusses the world of epigenomes, the next frontier of DNA research.

    Matariki is the Māori New Year. But do you kids know how to find the Matariki star cluster, which heralds this mid-winter festival?

    Join Tainui elder Shane Te Ruki for an in-depth floortalk about Te Papa’s current iwi in residence.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

21 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    Join five kuia who were among the vanguard of 16 Waikato Tainui women who helped revive tā moko (customary tattooing) in their tribe.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

22 June 2013

    Join us for a Friday or Saturday lunchtime concert by Catherine McKay, who plays Michael Parekowhai’s carved grand piano, He kōrero.

    For Māori Language Week, enjoy a free 20-minute tour of Te Papa’s marae, Rongomaraeroa – our meeting place for people of all cultures.

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