Saturday 19 September

Tiki with a rainbow coloured tongue doing a pūkana.

Te wiki o te reo Māori at the National Library

Monday 14 September 2020 to Saturday 19 September 2020

Te Ahumairangi, National Library Wellington

Kia kaha te reo Māori! Whakarongo, titiro, korero; with tours of He Tohu in Te Reo Māori and music playing in the foyer.

A striking portrait of a Māori woman. She Is wearing dark tailored clothing, has two huia feathers in her hair and a large tiki necklace. She is looking straight at us and has a Mona Lisaish smile.

Everything old is new again

Thursday 17 September 2020 to Sunday 13 December 2020

New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Wellington

Six of our most prominent artists — John Pule, Séraphine Pick, Sarah Munro, Lisa Reihana, Heather Straka and Mel Baldwin – have made new, or have provided existing artworks based on original Turnbull collection items. This exhibition highlights the contemporary relevance of the Alexander Turnbull Library, 100 years after it first opened.

Part of: ATL 100

Camellia and fountain pen on a background of signatures. Women making their mark 1893 to 2020.

Suffrage Day 2020: Women making their mark

Friday 18 September 2020 to Saturday 10 October 2020

Te Ahumairangi, National Library Wellington

Enjoy a banner exhibition celebrating New Zealand's amazing history of women making their mark! Created in partnership with Government's Network, Ministry of Women and the National Library.

Roll of the Women's Suffrage Petition.

He Tohu Suffrage Tours: 127 Years of Women’s Suffrage

Saturday 19 September 2020, 10am to 10:30am

He Matapihi Molesworth Library, Te Ahumairangi ground floor, National Library, corner Molesworth and Aitken Streets, Thorndon

Come and celebrate the passing of the 1893 Electoral Act when women in New Zealand gained the right to vote! We will have suffrage tours of He Tohu to remember those who helped pave the way forward for us.

Roll of the Women's Suffrage Petition.

He Tohu Suffrage Tours: 127 Years of Women’s Suffrage

Saturday 19 September 2020, 12pm to 12:30pm

He Matapihi Molesworth Library, Te Ahumairangi ground floor, National Library, corner Molesworth and Aitken Streets, Thorndon

Come and celebrate the passing of the 1893 Electoral Act when women in New Zealand gained the right to vote! We will have suffrage tours of He Tohu to remember those who helped pave the way forward for us.