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Public art is all around the city and gardens, including sculptures, memorials, and street art.
Masons Screen is an outdoor 24-hour public screen for artists' videos.
Artistic projections on video screens at 115 Manners Street, next to the Opera House, celebrate the rich heritage around Te Aro Pā and the iwi who connect to the surrounding whenua.
These highly public exhibition spaces can be seen at Courtenay Place and Cobblestone Park.
Our art on walls programme includes murals, street art activity and creative hoardings.
Wellington has a diverse range of art in public places by local, national and international artists and designers.
Our Public Art Fund supports these upcoming and current temporary public artworks.
WAITUHI is an annual public art project timed to coincide with Matariki.
Waitohi Community Hub in Johnsonville is home to some significant artworks, each with a special connection to Wellington. You can find out more below.