Giant Sisters is a series of inspiring podcasts that celebrates, records and shares phenomenal women's stories, in their words, their voices, their thoughts, their hopes and their dreams.
Home was heart and hub for many suffragists in 19th century New Zealand. Visit a 1893 suffragist home, see women’s stitching crafts, and learn how clothing helped the quest to get women the vote.
As a celebration of women, this event features the stories of 11 Taranaki women – from Taranaki’s early history to the present – alongside personal stories in response from women in our community.
A stunning exhibition from the Sarjeant’s permanent collection focusing on images of women from a broad spectrum of artists. The exhibition features works across a range of media.
Stories from New Zealand women engineers from all walks of life, as they talk about what they do and their love of engineering with the help of the delightful children’s book, Rosie Revere, Engineer.
Join Re Sew, Voice Arts and friends to rework the suffrage petition. Learn new skills, discuss women’s issues, research family connections, and share stories and experiences. All welcome!
The Suffrage 125 celebration is being led by the Ministry for Women, New Zealand Minitatanga mō ngā Wahine in partnership with Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage.