Public Art Master Plan

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Consultation concluded on 6 June 2020. Please keep an eye on this page for future updates.

A plan to make public art become a bigger part of life in the City of Kalamunda.

Walk with us as we develop a Master Plan for Public Art.

Public Art can strengthen our sense of place, enhancing our City's visual appeal and by connecting our past with our present and future vision.

The Public Art Master Plan will identify opportunities and prioritise sites and projects for public art, so that we can create great places, reflecting our natural assets and significant indigenous sites.

We are seeking your feedback the community's vision and aspirations into what a Master Plan for public art in the City could look like.

There are two ways you can get involved:

Online Community Workshop

The Online Community Workshop for the Public Art Master Plan took place on Wednesday 27 May 2020. The workshop was facilitated by Public Art Consultant Maggie Baxter and sought feedback from community members on the theme and vision for public art in the City of Kalamunda.

The full recording of the workshop is now available for viewing:

Survey

Can't make the workshop but still want to have your say? Put your thoughts to paper (or webpage!) and take our online survey.

Comments close 6 June 2020.

A plan to make public art become a bigger part of life in the City of Kalamunda.

Walk with us as we develop a Master Plan for Public Art.

Public Art can strengthen our sense of place, enhancing our City's visual appeal and by connecting our past with our present and future vision.

The Public Art Master Plan will identify opportunities and prioritise sites and projects for public art, so that we can create great places, reflecting our natural assets and significant indigenous sites.

We are seeking your feedback the community's vision and aspirations into what a Master Plan for public art in the City could look like.

There are two ways you can get involved:

Online Community Workshop

The Online Community Workshop for the Public Art Master Plan took place on Wednesday 27 May 2020. The workshop was facilitated by Public Art Consultant Maggie Baxter and sought feedback from community members on the theme and vision for public art in the City of Kalamunda.

The full recording of the workshop is now available for viewing:

Survey

Can't make the workshop but still want to have your say? Put your thoughts to paper (or webpage!) and take our online survey.

Comments close 6 June 2020.

  • Public Art is an important part of the City of Kalamunda’s built and natural environment.

    In 2019 the City of Kalamunda adopted a Public Art Policy. The Policy is to ensure 1% of the project’s cost, from all new developments over $500,000 (up to a maximum of $250,000), is contributed to Public Art. The contribution will form part of the building development or as a monetary contribution to the City of Kalamunda Public Art Fund.

    The City is now developing a Public Art Master Plan to identify potential themes, sites and forms for artworks to be commissioned.

    As a member of the community, we invite you to complete this 10-15 minute survey to identify the community’s vision (past, present and future) for what Public Art in the City could look like.

    Comments close 5pm Saturday 6 June 2020.

    Consultation concluded on 6 June 2020. Please keep an eye on this page for future updates.

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  • Registrations for this workshop is now closed.

    Consultation concluded on 6 June 2020. Please keep an eye on this page for future updates.

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