Project Ark’s premise is deceptively simple: fund and bring together a small specialist digitisation team to catalogue, image and pack Southland’s small museum collections in a strategic and co-ordinated way. […]
Due to COVID, Motuti Marae was closed for three months to conservation staff and the public as it operated as a kainga or village, so Project manager Whina Te Whiu […]
In this piece, former Event Organiser Hannah Doherty speaks about her experience of turning light into words to create a tour for visually impaired people at the TSB Festival of […]
Learn about the basic stages in managing the development of an exhibition in this animated new resource from National Services Te Paerangi. From the very early stages of stakeholder consultation […]
Katikati’s famed rugby legend, David Gallaher, led the first UK All Blacks tour in 1905 which demonstrated to the world the might of this tiny Pacific nation on the field. […]
During the festive season, unattended museums and galleries may face security risks such as vandalism, burglary and fire. In this article, Te Papa Security Services lists some of the things […]
In this piece, Puke Ariki’s Poutiaki Taonga, Trudi Taepa, writes about her journey to help to connect Māori communities with their tūpuna and taonga. Tēnā Koutou Ko White Horse Hill […]
Iwi Development Adviser | Kaiwhanake ā-Iwi Paora Tibble shares highlights from recent mahi in Wellington and Southland.
South Island Museum Development Adviser | Kaiwhanake Whare Taonga Judith Taylor shares highlights of recent visits in Marlborough.
Auckland Art Gallery Collections Registrar Claire Olsen writes from the 2019 Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials (AICCM) conference.