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Hei konei mai: We'll meet again
Hei konei mai: We'll meet again

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Hei konei mai: We'll meet again

Free entry

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Tina Wirihana: Weaving
Tina Wirihana: Weaving

1–3pm

Free

Join Christina Hurihia Wirihana (Ngāti Maniapoto, Raukawa, Ngāti Whawhakia, Tainui, Ngāti Pikiao, Ngāti Rangiunora, Te Arawa) for a weaving demonstration in our North atrium.

Tina Wirihana: Weaving

1–3pm

Free

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Rangi Kipa: Tā moko demonstration
Rangi Kipa: Tā moko demonstration

11am – 4pm

Free

New Zealand sculptor, carver, illustrator and tā moko artist Rangi Kipa (Taranaki, Te Atiawa Nui Tonu, Ngāti Maniapoto) will demonstrate the art of Māori tattoo or tā moko. 

Rangi Kipa: Tā moko demonstration

11am – 4pm

Free

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Rangi Kipa: Tā moko
Rangi Kipa: Tā moko

11am–4pm

Free

New Zealand sculptor, carver, illustrator and tā moko artist Rangi Kipa (Taranaki, Te Atiawa Nui Tonu, Ngāti Maniapoto) will demonstrate the art of Māori tattoo or tā moko. 

Rangi Kipa: Tā moko

11am–4pm

Free

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BWB Winter Talk Series: The e-Tangata Storytellers
BWB Winter Talk Series: The e-Tangata Storytellers

3pm

Free

The online Sunday magazine e-Tangata tells Māori and Pasifika stories about people and issues of significance to all New Zealanders. The storytellers you’ll meet are Tapu Misa, Dale Husband, Moana Maniapoto, Māmari Stephens and Stacey Morrison. They’ll talk a little about e-Tangata and what they are working to achieve; and they are keen to hear what you would like to read in the future.

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BWB Winter Talk Series: He Whakaputanga and Te Tiriti o Waitangi
BWB Winter Talk Series: He Whakaputanga and Te Tiriti o Waitangi

3pm

Free

He Whakaputanga/The Declaration of Independence, signed between 1835 and 1839, was a  powerful assertion of mana and rangatiratanga. It was followed in 1840 by Te Tiriti o Waitangi/the Treaty of Waitangi, signed in 1840 by 540 rangatira around the country. Talking with Mihingarangi Forbes, Dr Aroha Harris, Dame Claudia Orange and Morgan Godfery discuss the significance of these two New Zealand documents – and the people who signed them.

Artworks

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Rewi Manga Maniapoto
Rewi Manga Maniapoto

Gottfried Lindauer

On display

Production date
1882
Medium
oil on canvas
Size (h x w)
996 x 842 x 50 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Mr H E Partridge, 1915
Accession no
1915/2/32
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Not on display

Letter to James Mackay from George Wilkinson
Letter to James Mackay from George Wilkinson

George Wilkinson

Production date
27 Dec 1902
Medium
ink on paper, hand-written
Size (h x w)
129 x 204 mm
Credit line
Partridge Correspondence, E H McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Accession no
RC2009/2/14
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Letter to Henry Partridge from James Mackay
Letter to Henry Partridge from James Mackay

James Mackay

Production date
23 Dec 1902
Medium
ink on paper, hand-written
Size (h x w)
251 x 206 mm
Credit line
Partridge Correspondence, E H McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Accession no
RC2009/2/13
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Taonui Hikaka
Taonui Hikaka

Gottfried Lindauer

Production date
Unknown
Medium
oil on canvas
Size (h x w)
769 x 665 x 50 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Mr H E Partridge, 1915
Accession no
1915/2/40
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Wahanui Reihana Te Huatare
Wahanui Reihana Te Huatare

Gottfried Lindauer

Production date
Unknown
Medium
oil on canvas
Size (h x w)
1022 x 838 x 50 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Mr H E Partridge, 1915
Accession no
1915/2/70
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Partridge Correspondence
Partridge Correspondence
Production date
1896-1930
Credit line
E H McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Accession no
RC2009/2

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