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Toi Oriwa Creative is in the Museum!
We welcome Oriwa in the Museum on Saturdays for the month of August from 10am-2pm.
Toi Oriwa Creative Space is a new feature to the Museum, set up in the Education space where we present our public programmes. Oriwa Morgan Ward is the creative energy behind Toi Oriwa Creative Space. Regular attendees to our public programming will know Oriwa for her amazing enthusiastic energy and ability to connect with learners. If you haven’t experienced what Toi Oriwa Creative is all about, then come in to the Museum this Saturday 1st August from 10am – 2pm. Oriwa will be demonstrating her creative projects and sharing her knowledge FREE of charge.
If you’re interested in a raranga/ weaving workshop next Saturday, Oriwa will be taking bookings to learn kono/ woven food bowl made from harakeke/ flax. If there’s time you could also learn how to make a tīpare/ headband. More info to come.
31 JULY 2020
WHAT' ON SHOW
ONLINE COLLECTION PROJECT IS LIVE!
SOCIAL HISTORY WITH HANDS ON LEARNING
The Museum will be opening at a later time of 2pm on Friday 24th July, to allow for staff training.
We apologise for any inconvenience. Kia ora
21 JULY 2020
Matariki Workshops with Oriwa
We’re welcoming families to our public programmes during the July school holidays. Take a look at what creative activities we have for all ages.
20 JUNE 2020
Museum is open to the public!
We’re looking forward to welcoming you back in 25th May 2020. We have Covid:19 levels of restrictions in place with social distancing and limited Museum services and programming. We apologise for any inconvenience and hope you’ll enjoy your time visiting the Museum. Please remember to follow our host instructions, be patient and mindful of others.
Monday – Friday 10am-4pm only
18 MAY 2020