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Photography courtesy of Rhys Logan.

 

Refuse, Reuse, Recycle

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We’re committed to doing right by our little country and the greater good of the planet. As Tūrama evolves, we’ll be developing and trialling some smart and simple ways in which we can do our part (and more) to clean up the world.

Starting with the core policy of refuse first, we’re working with industry leaders to trial the next level of reusable serveware to cut down on the amount of single-use items we use.

You too can help make a difference. Bring your keep cup, water bottle, even a plate to eat from! Let’s minimise single use together.


 

Accessibility Tours

 
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Audio Described Aotearoa will be working alongside the Tūrama Festival team to provide a unique tour of the festival for those who are blind, have low vision, or are otherwise visually impaired. These free to attend tours will move through the park providing an audio description of the artworks and meeting with the artists behind the works.

We’re currently working on a unique tour designed for those with impaired hearing. This tour will include a guided walk through the artworks of the festival, with exclusive meet and greets with some of the artists. This tour is lead by a sign language interpreter.

Send us a message using the link below if you’d like to join either our Sign Language or Audio Described tour on Thursday 25 July.