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- Trevor & Pauline
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Anglesea Street Te Koopuu Mural Project

11th Sep 19

 

Hamilton is about to get a mural, and you could be the one to paint it.  If you're keen, it might pay to put some time aside - The mural is set to be 11 metres high and 248 metres long - Potentially New Zealand's largest.

The Anglesea Street concrete wall is the place where former Garden Hill was levelled to allow for traffic and buildings and it has been viewed as an opportunity by Beyond Tomorrow Trustee and Hamilton City Councillor Ryan Hamilton.

Creative Waikato is managing the process which will culminate in the four week painting planned for January next year.

 Previous display on Garden Hill - Mindmap by Kim Paton (November 2012 - January 2013)Previous display on Garden Hill - Mindmap by Kim Paton (November 2012 - January 2013)

Expressions of interest are being called for now, three artists will be selected to develop concepts in October 2019 and the final artist will be selected in November 2019.

Artists who demonstrate the following qualities will be considered:

  • Experience designing and painting large scale murals
  • A love and understanding of civic space
  • Knowledge and understanding of tikanga and toi Maori
  • Connection with tangata whenua of the area where the wall sits

 If this sounds like something that you'd love to do, click here for more information but hurry - The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Tuesday 24th September 2019.

 

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