He Tohu curator Stephanie Lash

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Today you can join one of the 30 minute family friendly free guided experiences in Te Reo Maori or English to explore He Tohu, the multi-award winning exhibition which features all nine original signed sheets and interactive displays. The guided experience offers insight into stories behind some of the 540 rangatira who signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the thoughts of New Zealanders on the significance of Te Tiriti today. The actual treaty is also on display for the first time on Waitangi Day in it's new home at the National Library in Wellington. To tell us more about the exhibition and what people can discover curator Stephanie Lash talks to the programme.


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