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Te Papa to take visitors down the rabbit hole this summer
rom the earliest optical toys to silent film, animation, puppetry, live-action cinema, videogames, CGI, 3D and beyond, Wonderland explores how the moving image has kept Alice and her stories in the public consciousness.
Mahuki innovation accelerator welcomes future digital leaders
Te Papa’s Mahuki innovation accelerator has welcomed 10 teams to this year’s residency programme that will run over the next four months.
Entries open for third cohort of Te Papa’s culture-tech accelerator
Now in its third year, Mahuki has a strong reputation for developing leading digital businesses for the culture and heritage sector.
Te Papa’s digital chief ranked among NZ’s top 100 CIOs
Melissa Firth’s team established Mahuki, the first business accelerator programme in the world focused on opportunities in the culture sector.
You can now download Te Papa’s national art collection
Te Papa has partnered with Wellington start-up Excio to offer an initial 150 images to download from the national art collection...
Te Papa’s Hinatore (Learning Lab) gains Accenture as Innovation Partner
Accenture has a special interest in supporting access to Hinatore’s learning programmes for students from low-decile schools.
Te Papa's Mahuki accelerator secures $250,000 in funding from Callaghan
"This support validates the success and direction of the Mahuki programme, and recognises the significant opportunities Te Papa can generate."
Imagine with Disney veteran, learn to dream with the best
Te Papa invites readers to learn to re-imagine experiences. Could you bring Disney expert Mk Hayley's insights into the classroom? Food for thought.
Mahuki incubator seeking 2017's next cultural tech innovators
Mahuki aims to grow New Zealand’s strength in the cultural, heritage and learning sectors through creative tech businesses.
Te Papa's new lab to host exciting holiday programme
“Each session is led by our Learning and Museum Education Specialists. They will be ready to have some meaningful, challenging and engaging fun..."
Exciting new tech at Te Papa for innovative learning
Virtual Reality, 3D printers, 3D scanners, touch tables, and telepresence technologies will enable learners to connect in real time.
Samsung, Weta and Te Papa launch interactive high-tech Bug Lab exhibition
Bugs have a bad rep. The thing is, they’re fascinating too. This must’ve struck the folks at Te Papa who are opening the high-tech “Bug Lab” tomorrow.
The ten teams transforming our history at Te Papa's Mahuki innovation hub
Ten teams are taking over Te Papa's Mahuki innovation hub to form digital solutions put to them by Te Papa, NZ & international cultural providers.
Te Papa to showcase the best in gaming this summer
Upcoming exhibition is both educational and entertaining.