The Water Project
Thirteen artists bring art and science together to raise awareness of the importance of a healthy river environment. Meet the inhabitants of our waterways and be inspired to help protect this living world.
Learning Areas and Strands
Living World and Visual Arts
Duration: 1 Hour
Suitable for: NE - Year 10, maximum 30 students
Availability: 22 July - 1 November
Cost: Free, koha appreciated.
The Education Programme
Guided by our educators, your students will:
- Understand the importance of waterways to Māori
- Identify the inhabitants of the braided river
- Explore the art works in The Water Project.
Download the post visit activity.
Download our RAM document here.
Downstream under Aoraki - Tuna with Barrier (detail), Bing Dawe 2018
Wood, steel and bronze
Image courtesy of Bing Dawe and AAG