Nau mai Haere mai! Welcome to Te Manawa
Te Manawa is a place of ideas, exhibitions, and collaboration. Te Manawa is an Art Gallery, Museum and Science Centre, a meeting place, a party venue, a performance space. Te Manawa is for you and me, us and them, for strangers and locals, for travelers and residents, it is a place for everyone - come and make it your own!
Entry into the Museum is FREE
Check out what's on this week at Te Manawa:
Creative Journeys are in the Te Manawa foyer every Tuesday from 10:30am - 2pm. Come and create!
This weekend: Discovery Time - Celebrate Spring! Saturday and Sunday, 10:30am-3pm. Free!
Kathryn McCool: The Map is not the Territory
YOGA AT TE MANAWA
Yoga is currently held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12.30pm – 1.15pm
Come and join in!
$5 per session.
Netball Manawatu is now open! Come and shoot some hoops..!
Check out the flyers below for up-to-date information:What's on at Te Manawa:
'Explore, Create, Connect' with our Education Team Explore2014Web.pdf (1.04MB)
Please feel free to read through the Te Manawa Museums Trust Statement of Intent for the Years End 30 June 2015, 2016 and 2017:
18 Oct - 18 JanManawatu Artist Kathryn McCool's photographic exhibition poses some interesting questions about doubt, fear and hope in suburban spaces. Features still imagery and film... Read More
16 Aug - 25 JanExplore what it is to be Pasifikia and living in the Manawatu - treasures from the community and Te Manawa collections. Pasifika: Treasures in the Manawatu... Read More
19 Jul - 9 NovA native of Samoa, Shigeyuki Kihara is an interdisciplinary artist whose work engages in a variety of social, political and cultural issues. Often referencing and unearthing... Read More
5 Jul - 27 OctWhare Taonga: Alexis Neal and Rona Osborne A collaborative installation, Whare Taonga is a living breathing space where ideas of Whakapapa, Tikanga Maori and the sense of... Read More
1 Nov - 9 NovExplore, discover and take notice at Te Manawa for Conservation Week! Get your hands dirty as you fossick through rotting logs to find creepy crawlies destined for fish food,... Read More
3 Nov - 9 NovLocal History Week 3-9 November, Brought to you by the Living Room of the City At Te Manawa: 4, 6 and 8 November: Behind the Scenes Tour of the Te Manawa... Read More