Expressions of Interest now open for the Strathmore Public Art Project.
Moonee Valley City Council is calling for expressions of interest from suitably qualified visual artists or art collectives to create an integrated public artwork as part of its Recovery Arts Initiatives program.
Successful artists will be given an artists fee of $10,000 to produce a public artwork at the Woodland Street retail site and Pop-up Park in Strathmore. This site was chosen to complement the Strathmore 20-minute Neighbourhood Project. The 20-minute neighbourhood is all about living locally, giving people the opportunity to be within a 20-minute walk or cycle from shops, transport and services.
Artists are encouraged to explore ideas that tie to the natural environment of the area, artistic wayfinding, local landmarks and indigenous culture and history.
The expression of interest for the Strathmore Public Art Project closes Friday 19 February 2021.
For more information or to apply visit mvcc.vic.gov.au