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A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you will:

- Experience the sights, smells and noises of being inside a real ...

Leah Vivienne Creaven: Land Girl

Juxtaposed against the themes of the traditional wool industry, Leah Vivienne Creaven uses modern techniques and fibres, abstract forms and a non-representative colour palette to enrich the viewing experience. Her ...

Ngāhere – The Bush of Aotearoa

Professional Weavers Network of NZ Inc bring a tactile exhibition that blends imagination, skill and creative flair, ‘Ngāhere– The Bush of Aotearoa’ brings together some of New Zealand’s most talented weavers. ...

Wairarapa Brickshow 2022

Builders of Lego creations will be exhibiting at the Trades Hall at the Solway Showgrounds in Masterton for one day only.

A fantastic opportunity for Wairarapa folk and visitors to experience Lego builds large and ...

Masterton Museum: A Cabinet of Curiosities

From the 1880s until 1954 there was a Museum in Masterton, established under the guidance of Richard Brown, the secretary of Masterton Trust Lands Trust. The collection consists of some 170 fascinating and curious ...

Look Closely and Tell Me What You See

Look Closely and Tell Me What You See: Photographs from the Collection

In the 20th century we are bombarded with images which makes us somewhat immune to them, but it is not always so. In a gallery context the titles ...

Julia Teale: Koha – Presenting Plentitude

With Koha – Presenting Plentitude, Auckland-based installation artist Julie Teale presents the viewer with gifts. A year’s worth of found or donated objects, within an ‘architecture’ of painted builder’s scrap, ...

Dursley Garden's Little Jewels

Little Jewels is our popular biennial fundraiser, organised by the Friends of Aratoi and sponsored by Dursley Gardens.

Established artists with an international reputation as well as emerging artists have contributed ...

Rā Whānau ki a King Street Artworks - Celebrating 25 Years

An exhibition to celebrate 25 years of King Street Artworks featuring 25 featured artists to acknowledge all of those that have passed through the doors. To all those who have created and connected, supported and shaped ...


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