Event Details


Join Te Tuhi for a discussion with Deaf and disabled communities in response to the exhibition Who can think, what can think. Hear about disability representation in art, the visibility of Deaf and disabled artists, and how to create accessible art spaces.

Some light refreshments and the opportunity for more informal discussions to continue will follow the talk.

NZSL interpreters will be available, the venue is wheelchair accessible and the gallery has a Quiet Space. Te Tuhi encourage people to wear masks if they would like, and to please stay home if you are feeling unwell.

An RSVP would help Te Tuhi to plan, and please let advise them of any other access needs or dietary requirements, by emailing info@tetuhi.art.

Who can think, what can think is an exhibition that challenges definitions of ‘intelligence’ in relation to human and non-human cognition by embracing understandings of biodiversity and neurodiversity and confronting the troubling history of categorising intelligence, that has led to certain groups of people being excluded. The presentation of the exhibition has been consciously designed to be more inclusive, not only to neurodiverse audiences, but also disabled visitors.


  • Free - RSVP Encouraged


  • Fri 05 May


  • 10:00 am — 11:30 am


  • 15 Reeves Road
  • Pakuranga
  • Auckland 1020