The Te Tuhi Project Wall is an ongoing series of artist projects, launched in 2006, initially as the Te Tuhi Drawing Wall. The Project Wall is the gallery’s most visible exhibition space, situated at the rear entrance where around 60% of Te Tuhi's 150,000+ annual visitors access the building. Proposed projects should consider the site as a transitional space, the durability of artwork materials, as well as the diverse audiences who visit Te Tuhi on a regular basis.
The Te Tuhi Billboards are an ongoing series of public billboards at two separate locations. The original billboards opposite Te Tuhi on Reeves Road began as an experimental exhibition space in 2006, while the Parnell Station billboards were launched in 2019 following the opening of Te Tuhi Studios at Cheshire St. Both billboard sites are in prominent, high-traffic areas, with an average of 10,000+ vehicles passing the Reeves Road Billboards, and thousands of commuters moving through the transport hub at Parnell daily. Proposals for new and existing works are encouraged. Successful proposals may be exhibited at one or both sites.
Te Tuhi's Speaker Space flanks the path outside our front entrance towards Reeves Road, and is suitable for exhibiting sound works. Around 40% of Te Tuhi's 150,000+ annual visitors access the building through this front entrance and are exposed to the Speaker Space upon entry.
To read detailed specifications for the Project Wall, Billboards and Speaker Space, visit here.
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