Te Awamutu Museum

Community Organisation

Te Awamutu Museum
135 Roche Street
Te Awamutu 3800
15 days ago

Creative Communities Funding workshop with Creative Waikato

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Gina Scott (WDC Community Advisor) encourages people to register to an online workshop, hosted by guests from Creative Waikato from 1-2pm, Wednesday 13 October for people who wish to learn more about the funding round, what makes a good application, and what types of arts activities are eligible.

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Gina Scott (WDC Community Advisor) encourages people to register to an online workshop, hosted by guests from Creative Waikato from 1-2pm, Wednesday 13 October for people who wish to learn more about the funding round, what makes a good application, and what types of arts activities are eligible.

All you have to do is register via email and Gina will send the link out.
Please email Gina.Scott@waipadc.govt.nz

15 days ago

Tui & Tama's Great Bat Trail!

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Tui & Tama's Great Bat Trail!
Oct 23 – 30
Due to changing Covid levels, Te Awamutu Museum has made a call to change their Tui & Tama's Annual Halloween Party from an afternoon indoor event to a week-long Bat Trail.

Come into the Museum for our special Halloween Giveaway … View more
Tui & Tama's Great Bat Trail!
Oct 23 – 30
Due to changing Covid levels, Te Awamutu Museum has made a call to change their Tui & Tama's Annual Halloween Party from an afternoon indoor event to a week-long Bat Trail.

Come into the Museum for our special Halloween Giveaway competition – find all the coloured bats, enter the prize draw and get a special badge!

Pick up a flyer at reception or check our website or FB!

Saturday 23rd through to Saturday 30th October during normal Museum Opening Hours (Mon - Fri 10am- 4pm, Sat 10am - 2pm, Sun Closed)

FREE!

Please note that this activity will run only if we are at COVID LEVEL 2 or below.

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41 days ago

Te Wiki o Te Reo

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

To celebrate Te wiki o Te Reo Māori we are sharing some stunning images of objects from our collection with their English and Te Reo Māori names.

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41 days ago

PUĀWAI: Toi Oriwa Creative Space

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

PUĀWAI - an engaging creative studio workshop environment where artist, Oriwa Morgan-Ward, continues to develop her practice and invites audiences to participate in various creative activities. Extended until 16th October in the Gavin Gifford Gallery!

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43 days ago

Virtual Activities at the Museum

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Make a Poi or Tī Rākau with Oriwa!

Pick up a poi or tī rākau pack for $5, and pay at the Museum reception. It has all the materials you’ll need, plus a QR code to Oriwa’s online channel, where all the instructions are. If you haven’t got a QR code reader, use your phone camera.

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Make a Poi or Tī Rākau with Oriwa!

Pick up a poi or tī rākau pack for $5, and pay at the Museum reception. It has all the materials you’ll need, plus a QR code to Oriwa’s online channel, where all the instructions are. If you haven’t got a QR code reader, use your phone camera.

Instructions are bilingual.
Available for the month of September.
With limited stock available there is a limit on the number of packs available for purchase per person.

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