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WAITUHI Matariki Public Art - call for proposals

Waituhi - Rewiti Arapere

Job details

Organisation
Wellington City Council
Closes
29 Mar 2019
Region
National
Work type
Call for entries
Work classification
Toi Maori, Visual Arts

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It’s that time of year again!  We are calling for proposals from Māori artists across Aotearoa for WAITUHI – Matariki’s public art offering. This year WAITUHI will occupy two neighbouring sites – the flags at Frank Kitts Park near Whairepo Lagoon and two sections of Town Hall hoarding at Te Ngākau Civic Square. 

 

This year will mark the sixth anniversary of WAITUHI, following on from the first initiated in 2014 – a mural designed and painted by Johnson Witehira, the second in 2015 – a billboard banner designed by Wharehoka Smith. 2016 marked the inaugural series of flags designed by Stevei Houkamau followed by Keri Mei Zagrobelna and Reweti Arapere in 2017, and by Sian Montgomery-Neutze and Angela Kilford & Aliyah Winter in 2018. 

 

 

 

How to apply

Proposals are due by 5.00pm, Monday 29 April. For more information and a copy of the artist’s brief check the links above.

 

 

Pictured: WAITUHI flags, Reweti Arapere, 2017

Written by

Wellington City Council - City Arts

28 Mar 2019

Interests Wellington City Council aims to make it easy for all Wellingtonians to access and participate in the arts. It does this by supporting the arts through funding, arts programmes and advice and by providing venues and facilities such as Toi Pōneke, Wellington Arts Centre.