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PARK(ing) Day Wellington 4.3.23 — Call for proposals

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Job details

Wellington Sculpture Trust
13 Jan 2023
Work type
Awards, grants & residencies, Call for entries
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts


Once again Wellington Sculpture Trust, in association with Wellington City Council, will hold PARK(ing) Day on Saturday 4 March 2023

Are you an artist, actor, performer? Do you have an issue you want to engage with the public about?

We’re looking for creative and innovative proposals for temporary installations, to occupy an inner-city car park for one day. They should be accessible; enliven our cityscape; provoke reflection about how we use public space; and encourage interaction and engagement.

PARK(ing) Day’s mission is to generate debate around how public space is created and allocated, calling attention to the need for more urban open space and improving the quality of the urban human habitat…at least until the meter runs out!


Successful applicants will receive $500 towards costs, and there are also two $500 awards available for the Judge's Choice and People's Choice winners.

Proposals are due Friday 13 January 2023.


For more information call Wellington Sculpture Trust on 04 499 6644 or email at

Wellington Sculpture Trust thanks Wellington City Council and the Creative Communities Funding scheme for supporting this event.



PARK(ing) Day is an annual open-source global event where citizens, artists and designers collaborate temporarily to transform metered parking spaces into “PARK(ing)” spaces or temporary public places. The original PARK(ing) Day concept was initiated by Rebar,

How to apply

To download a brief or for more information, please see the Sculpture Trust website:

Proposals due Friday 13 January 2023.

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions at

Written by

Wellington Sculpture Trust

17 Jan 2022

Interests The Wellington Sculpture Trust was established in 1982 and is a voluntary and independent charitable trust dedicated to enriching Wellington by providing contemporary innovative public art for the city.