Preserving Public Art

Date published: 10-Sep-15

Having artwork in a State or National archive is one of the highest accolades given to artists, as it is a sign that their work is an essential part of art history and will be conserved for future generations. Coll... read more

Tom Mùller | High Light

Date published: 05-Aug-15

Located in the laneway between the Perth Technical College and the West Australian Trustees Building, High Light (2015), gently floats above the viewer like an ethereal celestial body. Commissioned as part... read more

Tania Spencer | Sail-Sale

Date published: 01-Jul-15

Multi-media artist Tania Spencer often works with recycled and found materials to create discreet objects that challenge pre-existing notions of society and the environment. Hand knitted from steel wire, her recent... read more

Crossovers: public art and studio practice

Date published: 01-Jul-15

Public art gives the opportunity for artists to work at larger scales and with bigger impacts. A mural on the side of a building has a striking and imposing dimension as opposed to a painting viewed more intimately... read more

Art and Young People | 2014 Telethon

Date published: 15-Jun-15

As part of the 2014 Telethon Appeal emerging artist Matthew McVeigh worked in collaboration with the young people at Headspace to create a series of sculptural and two-dimensional art works. ... read more

Professional Development | Public Art Masterclass Part 1

Date published: 04-Jun-15

Over three Sundays in May, nine artists had the opportunity to experience firsthand the challenges and benefits of presenting artwork concepts for a public art commission.

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