Read, watch, listen, play.
Read, watch, listen, play.
Wellington Museum is purr-oud to present: Mittens Expawsé: Q&A with Mittens’ guardian Silvio Bruinsma
During the Wellington Museum Pet Project Workshop, Silvio gave us the scoop on the capital’s coolest cat. Thank you to all the wonderful Mittens fans who made the event so special.
We aren’t kitten around – you can watch it here right meow!
Here at Wellington Museum, we think it is super important to keep young minds active and their creativity flowing. Being at home can be a super fun opportunity to learn in new and exciting ways! We are creating activities that encourage tamariki to think deeper about special taonga in their kāinga! Keep your eyes peeled for our fun activities, which will be released weekly.
Our first activity is all about exploring what taonga connects them to their kāinga! Download here.
Our second activity is available for download here.
Download our third activity here.
Find our fourth activity here.
Download our fifth activity here.
Our sixth and finaly activity in our community/hapori series is available for download here.
We would love to see the fantastic work of your tamariki, so send us a picture or two to us at email@example.com
Sharing stories from the region we call home, Te Curio Cabinet is the official blog of Museums Wellington. From historical tidbits to think pieces and behind the scenes looks across our museums, like the best curio cabinets you never know what you are going to find.
Browse our blog here.
Wellington Museum’s Programmes Developer, Benjamin James was inspired to fill the quiet of the nation-wide lockdown with an ambitiously collaborative album.
During Alert Levels 4 and 3, Benjamin reached out to Poneke-based musicians with simple guidelines to start the musical chain of events. They each created a track which was then passed on to different musicians tasked with developing it further. Each song evolved until every track featured five artists. 37 musicians contributed to the album in total, including members from iconic bands such Orchestra of Spheres, Dawn Diver, Trinity Roots, The Phoenix Foundation, Motte, and French for Rabbits to name a few. The results boast a gender-balanced, seven-track LP teeming with local talent.
Funded by Wellington Museum, Covid Colab is available to purchase online and at your favourite Wellington music store and venue from today.
100% of proceeds will stay with the local stores and venues that have fiercely supported the capital’s music scene over the years. Press play and pay it forward to New Zealand’s music community with this epic little nugget of New Zealand music history.
Purchase online here.
Enjoy the night sky each week, as we give you the latest on stargazing here.