Posts tagged with Massey University

The Lethbridge Sisters – inspiring designers a century on

Students from Massey Univesities

The industrious Lethbridge sisters Earlier this year Te Papa was approached by Red Strand Design. Based in Cork and London, the company specialises in design-based cultural and education projects. They invited us to take part in Passion & Legacy, a project inspired by the incredible stitch work of the ‘Lethbridge Sisters’, Julia Baroness Carew (1863-1922) and Lady Jane Cory (1865-1947)…. Read more »

POP gets ready to pop!

Custom Components welding our promotional stand. © Open Lab

The past week has been an exciting week for Warhol: POP – Open Lab’s collaboration with Te Papa in response to Warhol: Immortal. Tickets have gone on sale, the Facebook page has launched, and our hype video has been released! We’ve been busy finalising our designs for promoting the event and building the components for… 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 »

Calling all quilt lovers!

Professor Beverly Lemire
Department of History & Classics
and Department of Human Ecology
University of Alberta, Edmonton 
Canada

On Wednesday 14 November 2012 from 6.30 to 8.30pm visiting material-culture specialist Beverly Lemire will present an illustrated lecture on the history of the quilt entitled From Global Trade to Domestic Arts: The Spread of Quilt Culture 1600–1900. Beverly Lemire has worked with collections at major museums in Canada, the United States, Portugal, Spain, India, and… Read more »