An exhibition by a woman artist from the last country to give women the vote, Saudi Arabia. Alneami's presence as a contemporary artist challenges the restrictions her country places on female self-expression, as does her work.
Te Aroha has 77 local women who signed the suffrage petition. Our exhibition explores the lives of these pioneering women through their stories and photos.
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.
To celebrate 125 years since the Suffragists’ historic victory we are calling on young women in Year 13 (in Auckland and Northland region) to share their views on what this movement means to them.
Securing the right to vote was a game changing moment for wāhine everywhere. Come celebrate that victory and the grassroots actions of everyday people in the ongoing campaign for gender equality.
From the loudest of roars to the gentlest of whispers the exhibition highlights the tools and tactics women have used to fight their causes and support their communities.
Embodied Knowledge is a new exhibition presenting significant sculptural works made by women artists during a tumultuous period of Aotearoa New Zealand’s art history.
‘Can Tame Anything’ proposes that critical theory and installation practices of the 1980s are foundational for contemporary art today.
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.