From sculptures by established artists to hip hop-inspired graffiti art ‘pieces’ and murals promoting socialism, peace and feminism...
The Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand’s founding document, was meant to be a partnership between Māori and the British Crown. Although intended to create unity...
New Zealanders protested the signing of the TPPA on February 4. Read about the history of public protest in New Zealand and its role in our democracy.
Whina Cooper was born on 9 December 1895 at Te Karaka in northern Hokianga. In 1975, she led 5,000 marchers on the Māori land march into Parliament grounds.
Happy New Year to you all. Did you know 2016 is a leap year?
Diminutive Joseph Scott was a world champion in competitive walking in the 1870s and 1880s…
I te tau 1966 i tāngia te mātāpunenga tuatahi o Aotearoa. E toru ngā pukapuka tino nui.
On now until April 2018.
Te Papa is combining the worlds of movies, model-making, and museums to create an exhibition like no... Tirohia te katoa
Te Kooti's last clash with government forces
Government forces led by Captain George Preece tackled Te Kooti for the last time above... Pānui tonutia