We can deliver our practical workshops by Zoom, with step-by-step guidance that allows every student to participate. We have adapted the following workshops to work online.
→ Dream Houses
→ I AM NZ
→ Stories from the Pacific
→ Creative Stories
→ Tūrangawaewae: A Place to stand
When it is not possible for schools to visit the gallery in person, we can offer virtual exhibition tours via Zoom. The virtual tour allows students to see one of our current exhibitions up close and personal, hear about the exhibitions from Te Tuhi’s Educator and ask questions as they are taken through the gallery space.
Te Tuhi has a substantial archive of exhibitions, beginning in 1975. These historical exhibitions can be explored through a virtual tour, where there is a specific learning enquiry to meet. Students can learn more about exhibitions related to their enquiry, topics or themes. A class might have a particular exhibition or artist in mind, or our Educator can find the most suitable content to your requirements.
Te Tuhi understands that things are harder to organise, at this time, so we have put together a number of instructional art-making videos that can be used with your class. Students can follow our friendly educator step-by-step and create work from the safety of the classroom, or at home. For more information and video links, please email firstname.lastname@example.org