34 min

Connecting exhibitions and experiences through visitor services at Auckland Museum Dexibit: The Data Diaries

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"No one's gonna read that": David Lew, Visitor Services Solutions Manager at Auckland Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira talks about how to connect exhibitions with visitor experiences through the power of visitor services, including through an indigenous lens with He Kōrahi Māori, the Māori dimension.

SHOW NOTES
Read all about Te Ao Mārama, the South Atrium project https://www.aucklandmuseum.com/your-museum/south-atrium

David refers to several words in Te Reo Māori, the indigenous language of Aotearoa, New Zealand. They are:
- Marae, Māori meeting grounds
- Iwi, tribe
- Pōwhiri, welcome ceremonies
- Mana whenua, customary authority exercised by an iwi (tribe)
- Mahi toi, art or art work
- Kaitiaki, guardianship of the sky, sea and land
- Tanoa (Pacific), a large wooden bowl for kava ceremonies

"No one's gonna read that": David Lew, Visitor Services Solutions Manager at Auckland Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira talks about how to connect exhibitions with visitor experiences through the power of visitor services, including through an indigenous lens with He Kōrahi Māori, the Māori dimension.

SHOW NOTES
Read all about Te Ao Mārama, the South Atrium project https://www.aucklandmuseum.com/your-museum/south-atrium

David refers to several words in Te Reo Māori, the indigenous language of Aotearoa, New Zealand. They are:
- Marae, Māori meeting grounds
- Iwi, tribe
- Pōwhiri, welcome ceremonies
- Mana whenua, customary authority exercised by an iwi (tribe)
- Mahi toi, art or art work
- Kaitiaki, guardianship of the sky, sea and land
- Tanoa (Pacific), a large wooden bowl for kava ceremonies

34 min

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