Hurstville Museum & Gallery

Public Art opportunity: Oatley-Como Bridge walkway

Georges River Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from First Nations artists/teams of artists for the creation and installation of public art on the Oatley side of the Oatley-Como Bridge walkway.

The artwork should interpret the history of the site, through lighting and/or functional public art. The aim of the project is to enrich the site with public art that increases the cultural vibrancy, aesthetic value, public safety and general amenity of the area.

Please read the guidelines for the full project brief and instructions on how to respond to this EOI. No detailed concept designs are required at this stage, however artists are required to outline their vision for the site and provide examples of previous works.

Please direct any questions you may have about this project to Bethany MacRae, Coordinator Cultural Services, Hurstville Museum & Gallery on (02) 9330 6444 or


Wednesday 14 October, 2020
Sunday 1 November, 2020
Hurstville Museum & Gallery
Venue Address
14 MacMahon Street

New South Wales , Hurstville

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