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Surrealist Art Virtual Explorer

Can’t make it to Te Papa to show your students this fantastic exhibition? Here’s your solution – book in for a Virtual Explorer programme.

  • Learning areas and strands Toi Art
  • Education type Education visit
  • Duration 60 minutes
  • Suitable for Primary and Secondary
  • Next available Available from 14th Jun until 29th Oct
  • Cost Free
Book now

We will take you and your students on a special morning tour of the Surrealist Art | He Toi Pohewa exhibition before it opens to the public. We will send you a zoom link and all you need to do is project us onto a screen for all to see. The great news is that this offer is free but numbers are limited as we can only offer two sessions per week from 9.15–10.15am.

Get in quick to book your class in for this great opportunity.

An old black and white photo of a man dressed in cardboard cones on his body and his head, with a large page on a music stand to his right.


Hugo Ball in Dada costume at Cabaret Voltaire, 1916, Zürich, Switzerland. Unknown photographer. Image retrieved via Wikimedia Commons