Public art

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  • Molly Statue

    Molly immortalised

    A larger-than-life statue of Aussie entertainment icon Ian `Molly’ Meldrum has been unveiled at Richmond’s Wangaratta Street Park. It stands alongside a new Wall of Music mural by artist 23rd Key as part of Yarra Council’s revamp of the park.
  • Charcoal Lane Mural image by Bernie Phelan

    Celebration Dreaming at Charcoal Lane

    Yarra City Council received a grant through the Department of Justice and Regulation’s Graffiti Prevention Grants program to commission a Victorian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artist to create a meaningful and inspiring artwork across the entire eastern wall of the Charcoal Lane building at 136 Gertrude Street, to focus on Aboriginal identity and culture in Fitzroy and highlight the history and significance of Gertrude Street, the building and the area for the Aboriginal community.
  • Uncle Colin Hunter Welcome to Country

    Stolen Generations Marker: Remember Me by Reko Rennie

    The Stolen Generations Marker, Remember Me, reflects the community’s wish to create a permanent tribute to the Stolen Generations and their families; a place of reflection and respectful commemoration. Integral to this is the surrounding garden with plants local to the area that have been re-introduced into the setting.
  • Black Cockatoos flying over a psychedelic pink and black pattern

    Rebecca Atkinson

    Atkinson’s artwork focuses on native plants and animals, and in particular birds and highlights the critical role these creatures play in our lives and within the ecosystem.
  • Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) building

    VAHS, a home away from home

    This video shows the VAHS building at 136 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy (painted in the colours of the Aboriginal flag) from different angles; and locaates it within surrounding areas of inner-city Melbourne.
  • Faded flowers

    Irene Finkelde

    Each image in this series portrays an assemblage of windblown artificial flowers encountered and collected by artist Irene Finkelde on her frequent walks around the old iron walls of the Melbourne General Cemetery.
  • David-Ashley Kerr I Hear the Sea 2010

    David Ashley Kerr

    This large format photographic series by artist David Ashley Kerr began with the use of a visual device called the Rückenfigur, or ‘Back Figure,’ allowing the viewer an unhindered outlook toward a landscape, free from the gaze of the lone human subject placed within it.
  • Emma Anna Lightboxes

    Emma Anna

    E_SCAPE / REAL_TY / PERFEC_ / HOL_DAY is a four-part visual poem consisting of words that are composed of letter tiles from the popular board game Scrabble.
  • A rocky beach scape, with a large rock in the centre. There are legs and arms appearing to hug the rock.

    Honey Long and Prue Stent

    Inspired by the touching pool often found at aquariums and the sensorial connections with nature they elicit, this series speaks to the interconnectedness of bodies and environments as well as the conflicted and estranged relationship we have with the more-than-human world.
  • Savina Hopkins votive box 3

    Savina Hopkins

    In ‘Screen / Time’, plexiglass acts as a deteriorating membrane, a clouded lens. Hopkins’ photographs capture the interiors of cemetery votive boxes taken through their scratched plexiglass screens.
  • A collection of small sculptures made from foraged natural and synthetic materials

    Stephanie Hicks

    Oddkin is a creative reimagining of our relationship with the world around us, enlarging ideas of kinship and connection with other-than-human beings in ways that are positive, generative, and ongoing.
  • Silver marks and tangled memories over a map

    Genevieve Elliott

    Scar Marks highlights the artist Genevieve Elliott’s interest in boundaries and places through serviceable objects or ‘survey marks’ to create a cartographical reading of the Carlton area.
  • Hand sits center frame and counts food like pellets on a blue table

    Steven Rhall

    Rebecca Rouging is a short film made during a residency based on the lands of the Wotjobaluk, Wergaia, Jupagulk, Jaadwa and Jadawadjali people based at the Australian Grains Genebank in Horsham, Victoria (supported by Horsham Regional Gallery, Centre of Contemporary Photography and La Trobe University's Centre for AgriBioscience). The concerns of my practice lead to exploring the idea of the ‘residency’ model itself in comparison to more common conceptions of the residency – usually as a response to site and place.

Public art

Showing 1 to 20 of 98 results for q=public art

  • Molly Statue

    Molly immortalised

    A larger-than-life statue of Aussie entertainment icon Ian `Molly’ Meldrum has been unveiled at Richmond’s Wangaratta Street Park. It stands alongside a new Wall of Music mural by artist 23rd Key as part of Yarra Council’s revamp of the park.
  • Charcoal Lane Mural image by Bernie Phelan

    Celebration Dreaming at Charcoal Lane

    Yarra City Council received a grant through the Department of Justice and Regulation’s Graffiti Prevention Grants program to commission a Victorian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artist to create a meaningful and inspiring artwork across the entire eastern wall of the Charcoal Lane building at 136 Gertrude Street, to focus on Aboriginal identity and culture in Fitzroy and highlight the history and significance of Gertrude Street, the building and the area for the Aboriginal community.
  • Uncle Colin Hunter Welcome to Country

    Stolen Generations Marker: Remember Me by Reko Rennie

    The Stolen Generations Marker, Remember Me, reflects the community’s wish to create a permanent tribute to the Stolen Generations and their families; a place of reflection and respectful commemoration. Integral to this is the surrounding garden with plants local to the area that have been re-introduced into the setting.
  • Black Cockatoos flying over a psychedelic pink and black pattern

    Rebecca Atkinson

    Atkinson’s artwork focuses on native plants and animals, and in particular birds and highlights the critical role these creatures play in our lives and within the ecosystem.
  • Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) building

    VAHS, a home away from home

    This video shows the VAHS building at 136 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy (painted in the colours of the Aboriginal flag) from different angles; and locaates it within surrounding areas of inner-city Melbourne.
  • Faded flowers

    Irene Finkelde

    Each image in this series portrays an assemblage of windblown artificial flowers encountered and collected by artist Irene Finkelde on her frequent walks around the old iron walls of the Melbourne General Cemetery.
  • David-Ashley Kerr I Hear the Sea 2010

    David Ashley Kerr

    This large format photographic series by artist David Ashley Kerr began with the use of a visual device called the Rückenfigur, or ‘Back Figure,’ allowing the viewer an unhindered outlook toward a landscape, free from the gaze of the lone human subject placed within it.
  • Emma Anna Lightboxes

    Emma Anna

    E_SCAPE / REAL_TY / PERFEC_ / HOL_DAY is a four-part visual poem consisting of words that are composed of letter tiles from the popular board game Scrabble.
  • A rocky beach scape, with a large rock in the centre. There are legs and arms appearing to hug the rock.

    Honey Long and Prue Stent

    Inspired by the touching pool often found at aquariums and the sensorial connections with nature they elicit, this series speaks to the interconnectedness of bodies and environments as well as the conflicted and estranged relationship we have with the more-than-human world.
  • Savina Hopkins votive box 3

    Savina Hopkins

    In ‘Screen / Time’, plexiglass acts as a deteriorating membrane, a clouded lens. Hopkins’ photographs capture the interiors of cemetery votive boxes taken through their scratched plexiglass screens.
  • A collection of small sculptures made from foraged natural and synthetic materials

    Stephanie Hicks

    Oddkin is a creative reimagining of our relationship with the world around us, enlarging ideas of kinship and connection with other-than-human beings in ways that are positive, generative, and ongoing.
  • Silver marks and tangled memories over a map

    Genevieve Elliott

    Scar Marks highlights the artist Genevieve Elliott’s interest in boundaries and places through serviceable objects or ‘survey marks’ to create a cartographical reading of the Carlton area.
  • Hand sits center frame and counts food like pellets on a blue table

    Steven Rhall

    Rebecca Rouging is a short film made during a residency based on the lands of the Wotjobaluk, Wergaia, Jupagulk, Jaadwa and Jadawadjali people based at the Australian Grains Genebank in Horsham, Victoria (supported by Horsham Regional Gallery, Centre of Contemporary Photography and La Trobe University's Centre for AgriBioscience). The concerns of my practice lead to exploring the idea of the ‘residency’ model itself in comparison to more common conceptions of the residency – usually as a response to site and place.