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Len Lye Centre opens
Todd Energy has joined Taranaki people in celebrating the public opening of the Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth. Guests at the opening ceremony included the Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage Maggie Barry and Minister for Economic Development Stephen Joyce, who enjoyed the live music and theatre performances.
Todd is the sole founding partner for the stunning building which houses Len Lye’s legacy and features a stainless steel frontage over fourteen metres high. Hundreds turned out to be among the first to see behind the unique façade.
Billed as destination architecture, the centre includes a new cinema and some of the largest gallery space in the country. Featuring interactive exhibits, visitors are able to try their hands at creating their own works of art.
“Todd Energy is proud to be a major founding partner of such a wonderful asset for Taranaki and New Zealand ” said the Chief Executive of Todd Energy, Dr. Joanna Breare. Todd Energy’s sponsorship of the centre will total $3 m over a 5 year period. “Supporting local community projects like Len Lye is an important part of giving back to the community that we are part of” added Dr Breare.