Te Awamutu Museum





E Ua e te Ua - O Rain, Pour Down

Eua e te ua – O rain, pour down is an installation exhibition by Karangawai Marsh of Tainui descent. Karangawai aims to remember the tears shed for thousands killed during the Waikato land wars by creating a tukutuku pattern ‘roimata toroa’ from a contemporary functional everyday item.

Gavin Gifford Gallery
6 June – 13 September

Everyone is Here: the Finn Brothers

A small permanent exhibition celebrating Te Awamutu sons, Tim and Neil Finn of Split Enz and Crowded House fame, and their contribution to New Zealand music.


Waipa: Nga Taonga Tuku Iho - Treasured Legacy

This exhibition encompasses treasured moments in Waipa history. Discover distinctive landscapes. Connect with the people who shaped this land. Experience the region’s uniqueness.

First section, Tangata Whenua - People of the Land, now open

Ma te Whenua - Paintings by Apihaka

"The closer I get to the picture, the more I find the inner wairua of the Whenua and my connections to the natural world" - Apihaka.

The Front Porch
5 August – 13 September



Devil in the Detail

An exhibition of 2D and 3D prints by Central Print Council of Aotearoa NZ Members.

Gavin Gifford Gallery
19 September – 7 December







OPEN  MON - FRI 10AM - 4PM  |  SAT 10AM - 2PM  |  SUN CLOSED

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