The Memory Map of Learning is a collective record of childhood learning experiences across the city and beyond that is made by all and anyone during the Heritage Festival.

Spaces for learning can exist everywhere: from the knowledge shared in grandparents' kitchens to skills being shared in public spaces, to formal learning in schools, universities, sacred spaces, galleries and recreation centres. It is important for us to acknowledge and honour the value of these hidden spaces for learning all around us.

This activity has been created for all ages to contribute, opening up conversations on intergenerational experiences around the city. Together, we will co-create a map to visualise where our learning memories took place.

Join in by sharing your childhood learning memories through writing, drawing or collage on the collaborative map.

  • Drop-in activity: 10.30am to 2.30pm, no booking required.
  • Structured session: 11am to noon, booking required.

This event takes place at He Hononga | Connection, Ground floor, Tūranga.