Whakataka Ahurei

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NEXT RELEASE
WEDNESDAY 27th ARPIL, 12PM
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.

New limited releases each month

NEXT RELEASE
Saturday 19 March, 12 pm
Visit Whakataka Ahurei on the third Saturday of each month to view and shop a range of Toi Matarau's limited and one-off taonga.

Ia marama, ka tīpakohia e Toi Matarau he ‘whakataka ahurei.’ Ka hāngai pū ngā toi ki te kaupapa Whakataka Ahurei o taua marama. Ia wiki tuatahi o te marama, ka whakaaturia aua toi ki te ipurangi, ā, hei te wiki tuarua o te marama, ka whakatakaia hei hoko atu. E mua kai kai, e muri kai hūare!

Whakataka Ahurei is a space for Toi Matarau to showcase limited and one-off taonga from the gallery. 

Paengawhāwhā

Kua rewa a Paengawhāwhā ki te rangi, te whetū e tohu ana i te marama i waenga o te Ngahuru. He marama wera, he marama makariri. Tairoa tonu ai a Hineraumati. E tae tonu mai ana a Hinetakurua. Te tūtakitanga ā ngā hoa wahine o Tamanuiterā.

E whakanui ana a Toi Matarau i te ringatoi rongonui a Xoë Hall - Ngāi Tahu, Danish, Irish, English. Ka kitea ngā tūtakitanga ā ngā atua wāhine, te mana, te ihi me te wehi i roto i ngā pūrākau Māori.

April is a month of varying weather patterns, a collision of the Sun’s two wives Hineraumati and Hinetakurua.

Toi Matarau celebrates Xoë Hall; street artist, illustrator and painter based in the Wellington region, of Kāi Tahu, Danish, Irish and English descent. Xoë exhibits her work worldwide, on the streets and buildings of Aotearoa with her delightfully subversive murals. Her art acknowledges stories of the past through legends, idols and adventure creating her own unique hybrid sass which is Xoë Hall.

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