Arts & Culture / Te Papa

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Museum of New Zealand
Te Papa Tongarewa

www.tepapa.govt.nz


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Free entry. Entry charges may apply for some shows.

�Te Papa, the spectacular Museum of New Zealand on the Wellington harbourside, has put together a programme exclusively for the Outgames.

Brian Brake: Lens on the World�

23 October - 8 May 2010

Brian Brake was New Zealand's best-known and most successful photographer, with a career spanning the golden age of photojournalism.

Level 5
Free entry

Brian Brake Oriental Bay Wellington

Textiles, Back-of-House Tour

Monday 14 March and Wednesday 16 March
12noon-12.30pm and 1pm-1.30pm

History curators Stephanie Gibson and Lynette Townsend will give a wide-ranging introduction to Te Papa's beautiful textile collection, revealing some treasures and surprises.

Cost: $10. Numbers are limited.
For registered participants and supporters only.

Bookings essential. Email::

Andrea Mantegna Bacchanal with Wine Vat

Works on Paper, Back-of-House Tour

Tuesday 15 March and Thursday 17 March 2011
12noon-12.30pm and 1pm-1.30pm

Tony Mackle, Collections Manager Art (Prints and Drawings), will give a tour of the collection storage area housing Te Papa's works on paper collection of approximately 9,000 items. Tony will demonstrate the various methods of storage used to preserve and protect the collection, and show some of the most significant items in the collection, giving details of their history and background.

Cost: $10. Numbers are limited.
For registered participants and supporters only.
Bookings essential. Email::

Slice f Heaven

Out After Dark

Thursday 17 March
6pm-8.45pm
Free Events ? No Registration Required

6pm - 6.45pm History curators Stephanie Gibson and Lynette Townsend talk about queer history in relation to Te Papa's collections, highlighting creations made by gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in new Zealand.
Te Marae, Level 4�
Free entry

7pm - 7.30pm Homosexuals in a Slice of Heaven
Join Fran Wilde, Alison Laurie and Bill Logan in a panel discussion about their experiences with the Homosexual Law Reform Bill.
Te Marae, Level 4�
Free entry

7.30pm - 8.45pm Come to Espresso for some groovy sounds and a special performance by the one and only Amanduh La Whore!
Espresso Cafe, Level 4
Free entry

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