Kāhui Kaitiaki objectives include:
- Professional development and innovative practice
- Succession planning to increase Māori and Pacific representation in museum leadership
- Governance roles and support for upward mobility of our professional cohort across the sector
- Encourage the application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and diversity in our practice and institutions
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2020 Kāhui Kaitiaki Hui
11-13 May 2020, Ngāwhā Marae, SH2, Kaikohe
This hui is in conjunction with the annual Museums Aotearoa conference, this year at Waitangi 13-15 May.
2019 Kāhui Kaitiaki Hui
21-23 October, 2019, Ōtākou Marae, Tamatea Rd, Ōtākou 9077
Kāhui Kaitiaki warmly invites you to attend our up-coming Kaitiaki Hui in Dunedin. We start at 11am on Monday 21 October, and close at 1pm on Wednesday 23 October. Please note that Ōtākou Marae is out on the peninsula, about 40 minutes drive from Dunedin City, allow a little over an hour from Dunedin airport.
This is an opportunity to come together in a marae environment, to network and share our knowledge and experiences in the museum and gallery sector. Leaders and experts in our sector will engage with us and present at the hui to fill our kete with insights, tools and resources to improve our shared well-being.
To register please complete the form here.
2018 Kāhui Kaitiaki Hui
28-30 November, 2018, Tunohopu Marae, Rotorua
The theme of this Hui was He tau nō te wahine – The year of women, for peace and growth.