Part of recovery post-earthquake 1931 saw the establishment of a shopping mall that popped up almost overnight. Tin Town is being celebrated at Faraday Museum of Technology with an exhibition opening on 6 May and running through to the end of October.
Engines running, gadgets whirring, the Faraday is set to have a great inaugural ‘Live Day’ with the public making and creating, and seeing how things worked in days gone by.
A fascinating new exhibition at the Faraday Museum of Technology is giving people the unique opportunity to rub shoulders with fashion icons of the Art Deco era and beyond.
A new mural gracing the exterior of the Faraday Museum of Technology transports the viewer into Napier’s past, as well as providing visual clues to what lies inside.
Faraday Centre Manager Sharyn Philips was on a mission. Who was the artist who had created the bright, beautiful floral mural in Taradale that had just caught her eye? She had to find out.
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