Posts tagged with exhibition

All That Remains: WWI objects in New Zealand museum collections

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We’re very excited to introduce All That Remains: WWI objects in New Zealand museum collections | He Waihotanga Iho mai i te Pakanga Tuatahi – www.allthatremains.net.nz In July, the world marks the centenary of the beginning of World War I (WWI). New Zealand’s museums hold many memories of wartime through the objects in their collections…. Read more »

Preparing for an Aztec Family Fiesta

  • Aztec facepainting, Photographer: Te Papa, © Te Papa
  • Sugar Skull Facepaint, Photographer: Te Papa, © Te Papa
  • Jaguar Facepaint, Photographer: Te Papa, © Te Papa
  • Audience Engagement makes Aztecs masks, Photographer: Te Papa, © Te Papa

With the Aztec Family Fiesta event happening this Sunday (29th September 2013) we thought it wise to have a practice of our activities! Presenting the efforts of Audience Engagement and Te Papa Hosts: Thanks to BodyFX for the face art training! Mask creation will be occuring between 12pm – 1pm in the Wellington Foyer. All ages are… Read more »

The role of boundary objects

Museum Management and Curatorship, 27:1, 53-66.

There is some wonderful research taking place around young children and museums/galleries, the findings of which we can use to inform our teaching practice. What enables young children to better engage with exhibitions, and sustain interest back at the childcare centre? How can we help tamariki to make meaning from what they see and hear at… Read more »

Designing POP: The Warhol Factory experience in the 21st Century

Glowing balloons create an interactive space before people step into the elevators. © Open Lab

A group of eight students from MasseyUniversity in Wellington have this amazing opportunity to work with Te Papa and Open Lab, to deliver a youth focused event which responds to the Warhol: Immortal exhibition. Open Lab is a design studio within Massey University. Open Lab is a collaborative environment and practice, where specialist and emergent… Read more »

News from Loans: Angels & Aristocrats at Auckland Art Gallery

Back in August 2012 I alerted you to the glorious exhibition titled Angels & Aristocrats. The exhibition, curated by Mary Kisler, celebrates the rich variety of early European art collected by New Zealand’s public art galleries since the 19th century.  Te Papa is one of those institutions that lent paintings to the exhibition.  In August… Read more »

Te Papa to display a selection of European art from New Zealand’s collections

Angels and Aristocrats: Early European art in New Zealand public collections, an exhibition of European paintings spanning five centuries from about 1340 to 1830, opens at Te Papa on 20 October 2012. The exhibition is developed as a touring exhibition from Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki which comprises a selection of works from Mary Kisler’s… Read more »

New exhibition of ceramics, glass and metalwork opens this Saturday

Dish. 1883. Designed by William De Morgan, England. Te Papa

Te Papa shares the story of modern design through the collection of ceramics, glass and metalwork gifted by Wellingtonian Walter Cook. Featuring selected objects, the new exhibition, Walter Cook: a collector’s quest opens this Saturday on Level 6. Walter Cook’s first purchase initiated him into what he called ‘the addictive habit and thrill of hunting quarry in second-hand shops’. During the… Read more »