Posts tagged with family

Conversations with my grandmother through crochet

  • Graduating work
  • Graduating work
  • Sosefina
  • Artworks

Sosefina Andy is the first recipient of our Helen Hitchings scholarship for postgraduate fine art students. Here she explains the origins of her methodology and what inspires her work. My art teacher in high school, Ms. Karanga, was my first art critic. I started to slowly develop an interest in art-making by taking her sculpture… 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 »

Art Detective – an investigation into art

Art under investigation. Photographer: Kim Gustavsson © Te Papa

The Art Detective is a new family trail project, which has been running as a trial since Te Papa’s re-developed art galleries Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa (Level 5) opened during Easter this year. The Art Detective is aimed at 7-11 year olds and their various detective partners (parents, siblings, carers). It takes you… Read more »

Christmas card

Christmas marks that another year has just about gone. Another year of change, doubt, joy, laughter and sorrow. Another year that those who have passed don’t know about. If I made a Christmas card from a photograph in the collection I would probably choose the image above. The photograph, taken by Leslie Adkin on 25… Read more »