Merging artists exchange
Pablo Riaz, a resident artist originally from Bolivia, wanted to set up a mentorship programme for rangatahi to give them the opportunity to be guided through their artistic journey.
This is Us – He Waka Eke Noa
Tauranga is a city made up of a diverse cultural communities. To celebrate and recognise these communities Rotary Sunrise, in collaboration with The Incubator, created ‘This is Us – he waka eke noa’ using art as a universal language that can help bring people together. 'This is Us - he waka eke noa' was launched in June 2020, during Matariki.
Mānawatia Takatāpui/Defending Plurality : Cross Together
A collaborative street painting by Paul Darragh and Shannon Novak. Placed in a prominent position in front of The Incubator Creative Hub’s main gallery, the work boldly asserts the vibrancy of the LGBTQI+ community within the Historical Village.
The Illuminarti project infiltrated the Village to ‘Illuminate’ spaces on a day where a cabal of artists and audience became one.
An antithesis to the mind-numbing negative conspiracy theories, politics, and mass hysteria.
Because, in the seemingly dark times, we need illumination through the arts!
Tauranga Sexual Health Clinic Art Bomb.
We used art as a language to break down barriers about the stigma of sexual health issues. Taking a sterile and hospital-like space, we used graffiti and street art styled murals to communicate important, emotional, and sexual health messages through interactive and informative art installation.
A FEW OF THE MURALS WE'VE BEEN A PART OF
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