Please note: The campus is closed for the weekend, including Queen's Birthday Monday).
The winners of the Paradox Youth Street Art Competition will see their works exhibited alongside works by Wongi, Lucy McLauchlan, Jacob Yikes and Milton Springsteen.
As part of the competition the winning pieces will be exhibited for the public to enjoy from 29 May to 9 June 2017 in Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology's newly opened Te Ara o Mauao building at the Windermere Campus. This building houses the creative students and provides a great gallery space for the pieces.
The winning artist will also get the chance to reproduce their entry on one of Powerco’s substations. One of the substations has already been transformed into a piece of art by Wongi and we are looking forward to see another one being transformed by Tauranga’s next superstar street artist.