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Puāwai Exhibition

Te Awamutu Museum

"Poipoia te kakano, kia puāwai" "Nurture the seed and it will blossom" Puāwai is an engaging creative studio workshop environment where audiences participate in various creative activities and art development practise with an artist's creative space. Oriwa Morgan-Ward is a Māori artist who has been working with the Museum for a number of years as […]


Rā Maumahara

Rā Maumahara: NZ Land Wars Commemorations The 28th of October is a day of commemorations for the Aotearoa New Zealand Land Wars including 1863-1864 British invasion of the Waikato. Locally we remember Pā Te Rangi and the sacking of Rangiaowhia, Hairini and Ō-Rākau. Flags will be flying throughout townships within the Waipā district where possible. […]

Māori Design Master Class

Karangawai Marsh MMVA will be taking three master classes in January 2022 to support her exhibition in the Gavin Gifford Gallery - He Marangai ki te Whenua, on now at the Te Awamutu Museum. Karangawai holds a Master of Māori Visual Art from Te Toioho ki Āpiti at Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa Massey University in […]