Te Tuhi Talks

I’m off to Auckland next week to do some work with Te Tuhi. I worked with their Executive Director Hiraani Himona during my time at the South London Gallery and I’ve been doing some consultancy with Te Tuhi over the last six months, talking about their informal learning programs and plans for the future, which has been really exciting. I’m going to be spending some time working with their team before giving a talk as part of their public program series, Te Tuhi Talks on Wednesday 2 August.

This hour-long talk will focus on peer-led learning and partnership projects and reflect on my experiences working on the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project in London; piloting Kaldor Public Art Project’s Regional Youth Engagement Program; and on my current role as Young Creatives Coordinator at the MCA. The talk will be followed by a workshop with youth educators and public programmers from across New Zealand, which I’m also really looking forward to.