Date / Time
Date(s) - Saturday 7 October 2017 to Saturday 2 December 2017
9 h 00 - 17 h 00
A new program of workshops and visits at the Museum of Tahiti and her Islands.
Following the success of the “Journée du Patrimoine” we are will find below a program of activities and guided visits on Saturdays, October 7, November 4 and December 2, from 10 am to 12 pm.
For Saturday, October 7th, the Museum offers you a guided tour with tablet of the exhibition “An artist traveler in Micronesia, the floating universe of Paul Jacoulet”, the workshop Polynesian tales and weaving of nia in the gardens.
You will also be able to rediscover the permanent exhibition room of the Museum, or the gardens of Atea and Hiti.
Guided tours of the exhibition "A traveling artist in Micronesia, the floating world of Paul Jacoulet"
On Saturdays, October 7th, November 4th and December 2nd, from 10am to 11am, we offer you a guided tour with tablet of the exhibition “An artist traveler in Micronesia, the floating world of Paul Jacoulet” which will allow you to discover the keys of this exhibition, designed and loaned by the musée du Quai-Branly -Jacques Chirac.
The price of the guided visit is fixed at 1400 xpf.
Admission is free for children and students.
Thank you to provide an ID for the loan of tablets by the Museum of Tahiti and her Islands.
Information and reservations at email@example.com
Saturday, October 7, from 10h to 11h we offer a session of “Polynesian Tales” by Tanya Tahuri for the youngest in the gardens of the Museum.
Tanya will select for the children a Polynesian tale, which will be told in Tahitian, then in French.
Books and markers will be made available for children to continue reading.
The activity is free.
The weaving workshop of Heiana Ollivier
Heiana will propose again the niau weaving activity, to learn how to make little trays, in the gardens of the Museum. The activity can be done by the whole family.
The workshop is offered at a rate of 500xpf, and 1000 xpf for families (parents + children)
Children must be helped by parents to make baskets.
Booking and information with the Association of Friends of the Museum: firstname.lastname@example.org