NAU MAI, HAERE MAI

DUE TO OUR CURRENT COVID LEVEL 2 REQUIREMENTS, THESE WORKSHOPS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

PLEASE CHECK IN FOR FUTURE UPDATES ON OUR WEBSITE. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

WELCOME TO TOI ORIWA CREATIVE SPACE

Toi Oriwa Creative Space is an opportunity to activate creativity in the Museum from a Māori arts practitioner perspective. It embodies a collaborative learning experience empowering visitors to ignite and inspire their own creativity. 

Oriwa Morgan Ward is the artist behind Toi Oriwa Creative Space. She has presented a number of public programming and educational programmes at the Te Awamutu Museum with a high satisfaction rate. Oriwa is excited to welcome visitors into the Museum during the month of August with the possibility to extended into September 2020.

Check out the types of Toi Oriwa Creative workshops available below!

TOI ORIWA SPACE OPEN

1st August 2020, Oriwa will be in the Museum from 10am-2pm.

Raranga/ weaving demonstrations – see what you will be learning at next weeks workshop.

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RARANGA / WEAVING WORKSHOP

HOW TO MAKE A TĪPARE HEADBAND OUT OF HARAKEKE FLAX

Oriwa will show you step by step how to raranga weave and the significance of this art form to Māori culture. You can weave on the floor or there are tables available to utilise.

Space is limited so please book by phone 07 872 0085 or call in to the Museum at 135 Roche Street, Te Awamutu.

Cost: $5 per participant

This is a drop-in session open from 10am – 2pm. Max. 10 people at once, on a first come first served basis. Thank you:)

Free time to look at Toi Oriwa Creative examples of raranga weaving and for you to sign up to next week’s raranga weaving workshop.

THIS WORKSHOP IS MOVED TO THE NEXT WEEKEND 29th AUGUST.

Sorry for any inconvenience, please rebook to make sure your space is saved.

RARANGA / WEAVING WORKSHOP

HOW TO MAKE A ROUROU BASKET OUT OF HARAKEKE FLAX.

Oriwa will show you step by step how to raranga weave and the significance of this art form to Māori culture. You can weave on the floor or there are tables available to utilise.

Space is limited so bookings are encouraged by phone 07 872 0085 or call in to the Museum at 135 Roche Street, Te Awamutu.

Walk-ins are dependent of numbers on the day.

Cost: $5 per participant

What to bring: Bring a towel, small tarpaulin, blunt knife and scissors.

RARANGA / WEAVING WORKSHOP

HOW TO MAKE A WHĀRIKI MAT OUT OF HARAKEKE FLAX.

Oriwa will show you step by step how to raranga weave and the significance of this art form to Māori culture. You can weave on the floor or there are tables available to utilise.

Space is limited so bookings are encouraged by phone 07 872 0085 or call in to the Museum at 135 Roche Street, Te Awamutu.

Walk-ins are dependent of numbers on the day.

Cost: $5 per participant

What to bring: Bring a towel, small tarpaulin, blunt knife and scissors.