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.
An exhibition showcasing early New Zealand women writers and other creative women to complement the story of the women's suffrage movement
An online exhibition celebrating a diverse range of illustrious, revolutionary, courageous, inspirational, empowering, luminous, innovative and influential women, from our collections of archived radio, television and film.
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.
It took more than a petition to gain Suffrage for women in Aotearoa. Many of the women who fought for the right to vote, first fought for the right to higher education for young women.
This exhibition marks 125 years since women achieved the right to vote, recalling the events leading up to the 1893 election, and exploring progress and change in the lives of women over 125 years.
Expert guests Vanisa Dhiru, Katie Pickles, and Kym Hamilton discuss the topic "Suffrage 125," looking both at history and the current state of women's rights in Aotearoa.
Hear stories of North Otago suffrage heroes and heroines; some of whom fought for the cause nationally and internationally. The esteemed Richard Seddon will also be joining the discussions.
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.