Thanks and credits

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Project support

Deaf Aotearoa | Tāngata Turi

Arts Access Aotearoa | Putanga Toi ki Aotearoa

NZSL Video production and translation

Deafradio

Deaf consultant

Theresa Cooper

Advisors

Victoria Manning (Deaf Aotearoa | Tāngata Turi), Shannon Morris (Deaf Aotearoa | Tāngata Turi), Sara Pivac Alexander (Deaf Studies Research Unit, Victoria University of Wellington), Phil Harper (Conexu Foundation)

Advocates Panel

Daniel Harborne (Deaf Aotearoa | Tāngata Turi), Amber Shaw (Deaf Aotearoa | Tāngata Turi, NZSL4U), Stace Robertson (Arts Access Aotearoa | Putanga Toi ki Aotearoa)

Presenters

Catherine Greenwood, Chelcie Holt, Cruze Raniera Kapa (Ngāti Porou, Rongowhakaata, Ngāpuhi), Jon Tai-Rakena, Karishma Mohan, Sonia Pivac

Interpreting services

iSign Deaf Aotearoa NZSL Interpreting Services

New Zealand Relay – Video Interpreting Service

What’s on each level – image credits

Information Desk, Level 2, 2009. Te Papa

Smartphone showing NZSL mobile guides. Photo by Daniel Crichton-Rouse. Te Papa

Te Taiao | Nature – image credits

Entrance to Te Taiao | Nature. Photo by Rachael Hockridge, 2019. Te Papa

Egg in Te Kōhanga | Nest. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

Te Whare Rākau | Treehouse. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War – image credits

Entrance to Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War. Photo by Kate Whitley, 2016. Te Papa

Model of Maheno hospital ship, created by Weta Workshop for Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

Mana Whenua – image credits

All photos by Maarten Holl, 2021. Te Papa

Ko Rongowhakaata – image credits

All photos by Maarten Holl, 2021. Te Papa

Rongomaraeroa (Te Marae) – image credit

Visitors in Rongomaraeroa. Photo by Johnny Hendrikus, 2019. Te Papa

Toi Art – image credits

Tūrangawaewae: Art and New Zealand installation. Photograph by Maarten Holl, 2018. Te Papa

Art cards in Toi Art. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

Waharoa (gateway) – image credits

Two images of waharoa (detail), about 1906, by Neke Kapua, Tene Neke, and Eramiha Neke Kapua (Ngāti Tarāwhai). Commissioned 1905. Te Papa (ME001771/1-3)

VOID – image credits

VOID (detail), by Bill Culbert and Ralph Hotere. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

VOID (detail), 2006, by Bill Culbert and Ralph Hotere. Commissioned 2006. Te Papa (2006-0032-1)

Moa and Haast’s eagle – image credits

Moa skeleton models in Te Taiao | Nature. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2019. Te Papa

Haast’s eagle model, Te Taiao | Nature opening. Photo by Jeff McEwan, 2019. Te Papa

Jake Yocum, model maker, splices two feathers. © Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 2019

Earthquake House – image credit

Exterior of the Earthquake House in Te Taiao | Nature. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2019. Te Papa

Colossal squid – image credit

Colossal squid tank in Te Taiao | Nature. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

HMB Endeavour cannon – image credit

Cannon from HMB Endeavour, about 1750. Gift of the Australian Government, 1970. Te Papa (DM000477)

Teremoe waka taua – image credits

Teremoe waka hull (detail). Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

Teremoe waka hull (detail), 1800s. Bequest of Waata and Ema Hipango, 1930. Te Papa (ME016630)

Te Hau ki Tūranga – image credits

All photos by Maarten Holl, 2021. Te Papa

Pisupo lua afe (Corned beef 2000) – image credit

Pisupo lua afe (Corned beef 2000), 1994. © Reproduced courtesy of the artist, Michel Tuffery. Purchased 1995 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Te Papa (FE010516) micheltuffery.co.nz

Britten V1000 motorcycle – image credits

Britten V1000 motorcycle, 1991, by Britten Motorcycle Company Ltd. Purchased 1995 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Te Papa (T000649)

Britten V1000 motorcycle (detail), 1991, by Britten Motorcycle Company Ltd. Purchased 1995 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Te Papa (T000649)

Phar Lap – image credit

Display of Phar Lap’s skeleton. Photo by Michael Hall, 2009. Te Papa

Poedua – image credits

Image in gallery of Poedua [Poetua], daughter of Oreo, chief of Ulaietea [Ra‘iātea], one of the Society Isles, 1785, by John Webber. Photo by Johnny Hendrikus, 2019. Te Papa

Digital screen in Tūrangawaewae: Art and New Zealand, Toi Art. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2020. Te Papa

Indra’s bow – image credits

Indra’s bow (detail), by Tiffany Singh. Photo by Maarten Holl, 2018. Te Papa

Indra’s bow materials during installation. Photo by Kate Whitley, 2018. Te Papa

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