New data from the Ministry's report Ngā wāhine kaipakihi: he tirohanga, Māori women in business: insights shows increasing numbers of Māori women active in businesses across all regions of New Zealand.
Suzanne Tamaki’s politically charged garments merge indigenous New Zealand Māori textiles and designs with modern business attire, creating a unique style of adornment that goes far beyond fashion.
An exhibition of Melanesian artists working with hair culture. It re-articulates Melanesian knowledge and practices following migration and allows a de-colonialised view of beauty and mana to develop.
Christchurch-born Kate Oswin brings the quartet home to perform a programme of chamber music favourites. Energetic, revelatory and inspiring, you don’t want to miss the Behn Quartet in concert.
Celebrate the women who forged the path to equal rights and put New Zealand on the map as the first country where women had the right to vote! Suits age 10+, $59 per child.
This special panel event for World IP Day 2018 celebrates the brilliance, ingenuity, curiosity and courage of the women who are driving change in our world and shaping our common future.
This exhibition by Girl Museum and National Services Te Paerangi highlights objects that celebrate Suffrage 125 and all girls who positively influenced New Zealand from the heart of your communities.
She Claims: Art Matter celebrates the ideas, voices and mana of creative women today. Third guest is performance artist Julia Croft, in conversation with Pantograph Punch founder Rosabel Tan.
In a still-sexist art world this exhibition looks at how the work of women abstract artists encourages inquiry rather than offering immediate, cohesive answers.
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.