Thursday 19 May

Student and school librarian issuing a book, next to the words 'Welcome to the school library!'

Register: Learning and support for new school library staff 2022

Tuesday 1 February 2022 to Thursday 15 December 2022


New to your school library? If you're just getting started providing library services for your school, register to join our online learning community. You'll attend regular Zoom meetings and webinars, build your skills, receive support from National Library experts and connect with other library people.

Part of: Learning and support for new school library staff — 2022

Man and woman looking at the model of the woman's head.

Writers in Bronze The Anthony Stones Portrait Busts of New Zealand writers

Tuesday 22 March 2022 to Saturday 25 June 2022

Turnbull Gallery, National Library Wellington

The Writers in Bronze exhibition showcases the sequence of cast bronze portrait heads of New Zealand writers by sculptor Anthony Stones (1934-2016) in the Alexander Turnbull Library collection.

Portrait of a smiling Māori woman sitting on a couch.

E oho! Data sovereignty: Transforming data ecosystems for Māori

Thursday 19 May 2022, 12:10pm to 1:30pm

Online — Zoom

Professor Tahu Kukutai talks about the importance of Māori data sovereignty for Aotearoa and new directions in the development of Māori data governance and data privacy.

Part of: E oho! Waitangi 2022

A photo of a Māori man standing in front of carved poupou and tukutuku panels.

Te Hāhi Mihinare: Mātauranga meets the word

Thursday 19 May 2022, 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Taiwhanga Kauhau — Auditorium, National Library Wellington

Award-winning author Dr Hirini Kaa discusses the ways in which Mihinare (Māori Anglicans) engaged with the settler Anglican Church in New Zealand and created their own unique church, and how this casts light on the broader question of how Māori interacted with and transformed European culture and institutions.

Join us in person or online for this event.

Part of: Friends of the Turnbull Public Programme — 2022