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NOA Open Studio

Come join NOA for twice-weekly facilitated drawing sessions in the Te Manawa foyer. NOA is both...

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Art Gallery - G2

For the duration of the Toioho XXV exhibition, Te Manawa is doing something different with...

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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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Te Awa - The River

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

The...

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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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Excellence 2020

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

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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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Ngā Toa - Many Warriors

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

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Heritage Building Tours

The Te Manawa site includes two historic buildings: the Awahou schoolhouse and the cottage,...

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Water Room

The Water Room is setting sail with a new programme of activities that concentrates on learning...

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He Tangata Noa - Everyday People

The impact of everyday challenges to health and wellbeing are deeply personal, and affect us all...

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TOIOHO XXV - Ki mua, ki muri

Ki mua, ki muri celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Toioho ki Āpiti, Bachelor of Māori...

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Park Up

On an elevated site above the Manawatū River is Te Motu o Poutoa, known also as Anzac Park but...

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Living with Depression

Living with depression is not easy. It’s hard enough for the person with this illness, but...

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Spinners, Weavers and Embroiderers

With wheel and spindle, loom and dye, needles and hook, Spinners’ and Weavers’ Guild members...

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Ngā Hiere o Highbury

Ngā Hiere o Highbury is a photographic research project created by Highbury locals and people...

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Movie Night

Head to the movies with the whānau at Te Manawa! We’ve got Scoob on the Art Gallery’s big...

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Clubs Open Day

On 4 October at Te Manawa, discover a new interest or revisit an old one, as local hobby groups...

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Intuitive Art Workshop

Everyone can be an artist! This workshop teaches adults how to use their intuition to create...

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Manawatū Woodworkers' Guild

The craftspeople of the Manawatū Woodworkers’ Guild are masters of chisel and lathe. Come and...

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BUGS! Our Backyard Heroes

Opens 17 October – Bugs are amazing!

You might think of them as small, hairy and a bit scary,...

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Drag @ Te Manawa

–SOLD OUT–
Te Manawa and Large Carpark Productions proudly present a night of glitter, glamour...

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Stories

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Towards past and future 

9 SepCollections / Exhibitions

A new exhibition now open at the Te Manawa Art Gallery celebrates the enduring importance of Māori visual arts education in Te Papaioea. “Toioho XXV – Ki Mua, Ki Muri” marks the...

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Preserving the past, eye to the future 

25 AugCollections

The digitisation of artworks in the Te Manawa collection has passed another milestone. All the unglazed large works – more than three hundred of them, living on racks in the collection...

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Finding common ground

17 JulCommunity / Exhibitions

  by Carly Thomas A new exhibition at Te Manawa has stepped away from conventionality and stepped into a collection of Covid-19 bubbles. Common … Pause is a digitally projected...

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Important information during Covid-19

He pānui: Te huaketo

Important information during Covid-19

Learning

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Learning