Located at Upper Trafalgar Street and at the bottom of Piki Mai / Church Steps. Stage, coverage, power access and seating options, as well as beautiful established palms. Situated within a hub of restaurants and bars.
Laneway connecting Trafalgar Street and Morrison Square, mostly covered and about 4m wide. Ramp and steps at Morrison Square entry, several shop windows/doors on one side of the laneway.
Upper Trafalgar Street, Piki Mai and gardens, with power outlets nearby. Heritage steps surrounded by gardens and its established trees, well visible from Trafalgar Street and overlooking the Nelson CBD.
Potential locations include the famous Church Steps, the bell tower and surrounding grounds (including some trees). When considering your proposal, keep in mind that we want the public to stay on the pathways when viewing the works.
Connecting Bridge St and Buxton Square, this laneway features a large mural on one side, and glass shopfronts on the other, a kite-like installation cover above, curved permanent seats/benches. The laneway sits almost opposite the popular Kirby Lane hub on Bridge Street. Dimensions: Width at street level, 5.6m. At canopy level 3.5 - 4.2m. Lane 28m long. This is well-used thoroughfare that lends itself to neon/blacklight-type artworks, performance or laser/projection.
Popular open-air community space, often with market and food stalls. Home to the Bridge St Collective & The Kitchen Cafe which both use the outdoor space for seating. Extends to adjacent car park, including a covered area; potentially space for containers/large installations in car park area (New St end). Area beneath neighbouring building 12 x 7.5m. East wall 14 x 6. Lane width 13.7m
Connecting Hardy St and Buxton Squares, baby swing, benches, a bit tucked away/ hidden gem, limited wall space. Variable size with total width of lane 14m.
The starting site for Te Ramaroa (then Light Nelson). In 2021, only one light projection was placed in the Gardens. In 2023, we are open to considering submissions for more works. Ideally, the works are located so that the public can view them from the pathway.