08 Mar - 13 Oct
This exhibition follows the collective’s artistic practice and explores how they criticise ongoing biases in art and society.
This International Women’s Day, we’re gathering some of the most exciting, inspiring, and provocative voices in our city to set the agenda – and we’d like you to be part of the conversation.
A public artwork installed to celebrate women’s suffrage is doing what good art should.
Stuck for reading inspiration? Check out these ten books about women from our history.
Discover the enduring legacy of Simone Nathan, fundraiser and advocate for women and children.
The story of educator and activist Kate Edger, the first woman in New Zealand to earn a degree.
Learn about the life of the woman who founded the first order of religious women in New Zealand.
Discover the story of one of NZ's great businesswomen and philanthropists Marianne Smith-Caughey.
Every day for Suffrage Week, we're exploring the life of one of NZ's great women. First up on Monday – Ellen Melville.
Join events and activities for all ages to mark this historic moment.