Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Kei te whakamana a Te Tuhi i Te Tiriti o Waitangi hei tūāpapa mō te whenua o Aotearoa. Kei te ū mātou ki te whakawhanaketanga o ngā hononga pūmau me ngā tikanga mahi e hāpai ana i te māramatanga ki te Tiriti me ō tātou tūranga ki raro i te Tiriti.
The Treaty of Waitangi
Te Tuhi acknowledges Te Tiriti o Waitangi as Aotearoa New Zealand’s founding document. We are committed to developing and sustaining relationships and practices which nurture better understanding of Te Tiriti and our roles within it.
Te kaikiri tara ā-whare
Kei te mōhio a Te Tuhi, e mau pūmau ana te kaikiri tara ā-whare ki ngā taumata katoa o te kāwanatanga me te hapori o Aotearoa, waihoki ki te rāngai toi. Kei te tū tira a Te Tuhi rātou ko ngā whare mātauranga, ko ngā whare whakahaere, ko tēnā ringatoi, ko tēnā ringatoi, ko ngā kaimahi anō ki te whakatikatika i tēnei āhuatanga.
Te Tuhi recognises that structural racism is embedded at all levels of government and society in Aotearoa, including the arts sector. Te Tuhi stands alongside many institutions, organisations, and individual artists and practitioners actively working to redress this.
Kei te pūmau a Te Tuhi ki te whakaataata i ngā tuakiri rerekē nō roto i ō tātou hapori mā ngā whakaaturanga, mā te ara mātauranga, mā ngā hōtaka whakawhanake ā-hapori, mā tō mātou ake rōpū mahi anō.
Te Tuhi is committed to reflecting the diverse identities of our communities through our exhibitions, and education and community development programmes, and within our team.
Ngā wāhi haumaru
Ka manaakihia ngā whānau katoa e te wharetoi o Te Tuhi, ahakoa te ira tangata, te whakaputanga rānei o te ira tangata, ngā ngoikoretanga o te tinana, o te hinengaro, te rahi o te tinana, āna tikanga ā-iwi, tōna whenua, tōna iwi, tōna pakeke, tōna whakapono rānei. Kāore e whakaaetia te mahi whakawetiweti ki Te Tuhi, ahakoa ko wai te tangata, arā, ko ngā manuhiri, ko ngā ringatoi, ko ngā kaimahi, ko wai atu anō rānei. Mēnā kei te manawarau koe i tētahi āhuatanga, i tētahi tangata rānei, ahakoa he mea moroiti noa pea ki ētahi, me kōrero, me whakamōhio i a mātou. Whakapā atu ki tētahi o te rōpū o Te Tuhi i taua wā tonu.
He mema a Te Tuhi o te Safe Space Alliance. He whakahaere tēnā e whakapau kaha ana ki te tautohu, ki te ārahi, ki te whakatū hoki i ngā wāhi haumaru mā ngā tāngata me ngā hapori o te hunga LGBTQI+.
Te Tuhi welcomes all whānau to our gallery, regardless of gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, neurodiversity, physical appearance, body size, ethnicity, nationality, race, age, or religion. Harassment of visitors, artists, staff or any person in the gallery is not tolerated. If something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable, no matter how minor it seems, please let us know by contacting a member of the Te Tuhi team immediately.
Te Tuhi is a member of Safe Space Alliance, an organisation which aims to help identify, navigate and create safe spaces for LGBTQI+ communities.
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