Brimbank,
28
February
2018
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00:20
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Help Shape the Future of Brimbank’s Public Art

Summary

You’re invited to help shape the future of public art in Brimbank by sharing your ideas online and joining in a community workshop.

Brimbank Mayor Cr Margaret Giudice said Council wanted to hear from residents, businesses and artists to help shape a new Public Art Policy and Plan for Brimbank.

(Picture: Brimbank Mayor, Cr Margaret Giudice and the Man Lifting Cow sculpture).

“We have some wonderful public art in Brimbank – from John Kelly’s Man lifting cow in Hampshire Road Sunshine, to the Seeds of Hopes and Dreams sculpture in St Albans Square, and the Spiral graph seat in Derrimut.

“Public art can be a powerful way to enhance our community spaces, foster local pride, and reflect our community’s diversity and heritage.

“The Public Art Policy and Plan will guide how we incorporate artwork into our public spaces across Brimbank – so this is a fantastic opportunity for people to have input in a topic that is close to many of our hearts.”

To have your say, visit our Have Your Say page and complete the online form. Submissions close Monday 19 March.

Community Workshop

You can also come along to a community workshop.

  • Wednesday 21 March 2018
  • 5.30-7.30pm
  • STACC (St Albans Community Centre) Princess Street, St Albans

Bookings are essential. To RSVP, please email artspaces@brimbank.vic.gov.au or phone 9249 4600.