Toi - Authentic Indigenous Art
Matarau - Encompassing All Artforms

Toi Matarau is a summit for multidisciplinary arts where Māori and Indigenous artists gather, collaborate, are inspired and supported. Thought has been given to enrich the experience of visitors sharing in the mauri of taonga tuku iho.

Toi Matarau Gallery is located in the Māoriland Hub in the heart of Ōtaki village. It is the front face of Māoriland - presenter of the Māoriland Film Festival and home to Māoriland Films.

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    NEXT RELEASE
    Wednesday 27 April, 12 pm
    Visit Whakataka Ahurei on the last Wednesday of each month to view and shop a range of Toi Matarau's limited and one-off taonga.

    Awhina Osborne

    Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Tukorehe

    The first rangatahi artist in residence at the Māoriland Film Festival, Āwhina is an environmental artist specialising in the personification of the natural Māori world. Nurtured by whānau, her love for Papatūanuku (Earth Mother) is her source.

    Ringa Toi

    Artists in the Toi Matarau Gallery

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