We have a wide variety of participatory projects that you can get involved in. These include individual art projects, family and community history research and podcasts. Want to add your voice to Girl Museum? Check out the projects below:

Girls of Significance | Kōhine tāpua

Kiwi Chicks: New Zealand Girl History | Ngā Kōhine Kiwi: He Hītori Taitamāhine o Aotearoa has been revived for the 125th Anniversary of suffrage in New Zealand. As part of the commemorations, we are again partnering with National Services Te Paerangi at the Te Papa Tongarewa/ National Museum of New Zealand for the Girls of Significance | Kōhine tāpua, calling for contributions from the community, museums, archives, schools and libraries that   celebrate those who have created positive social change for women and New Zealand with a girl-hood lens. 

Want to contribute? Learn more here.


GirlSpeak is a monthly podcast about girls’ history, art, and culture.  We explore topics like how girls are represented in art and museums, mythological stories and folktales, our favorite stories about awesome girls, and special topics related to our exhibitions and programs.

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Looking for more great stories like those featured in our podcast series? Audible is offering a free audiobook download with a free 30-day trial to give you the opportunity to discover more stories about girls in history and culture. To download, visit

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