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Manawatū Journeys

A journey through our shared history – the stories of the pioneers who shaped the land as we...

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Kids' TM

Kids TM is a vibrant, interactive, playful space at Te Manawa for children up to the age of...

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Te Awa - The River

Te Awa – The River, Heart of the Manawatū explores our river from different angles.

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Art Gallery - G2

Te Manawa stores part of its collections on 24 floor-to-ceiling racks. The racks hold objects...

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Art Gallery - G3

Gallery 3 – the heart of the Art Gallery building – has been re-imagined as a space to pause and...

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A Songless Land

Whanganui-based artist Sue Cooke’s new exhibition A Songless Land eulogises lost New Zealand...

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Te Rangi Whenua

Te Taiwhanga o Te Rangi Whenua (Te Rangi Whenua Gallery) shares the stories of iwi groups in the...

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Ngā Toa - Many Warriors

Share the experiences of two servicemen, Hugh Nairn of Feilding and Cedric Young of Bulls,...

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Excellence 2020

Selected NCEA portfolios achieving “Excellence” in 2019. See the best work from the next...

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Mighty Small, Mighty Bright

This summer, take a hands-on journey through the science of light, lasers and nanotechnology...

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Stories

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Remembering Kiwis at war 

18 MarExhibitions

On 2 April a small but important exhibition opens at Te Manawa. Ngā Toa - Many Warriors tells the stories of two local men who served during the Second World War: Hugh Nairn of Feilding and...

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Wool-gather with us

2 MarCommunity / Events

Do you feel a warmth towards wool? Are you in touch with textiles? The Fibre Festival at Te Manawa on 8 March will be for you. Combining retail stalls with demonstrations of technique and...

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The ghosts of forests past

20 FebExhibitions

Large-scale artworks are the great love of Whanganui-based artist Sue Cooke.   Her recent work Long Hee Lee is 3 metres high and now stretches along sixteen metres of the gallery wall...

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Learning

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Important information on Covid-19 virus

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Important information on Covid-19 virus