DEADLINE : 1st December, 2017
Seeking creative talent for Brisbane Canvas Expression of Interest
Brisbane City Council is continuing its successful Brisbane Canvas project, with the opportunity for talented emerging artists to be commissioned to install their mural artwork on infrastructure across the city.
Brisbane Canvas introduces a rich range of innovative and imaginative commissioned street art to walls, pillars and bridge structures in Brisbane, enlivening our city streets and public spaces. The project provides interesting opportunities for artists to realise their artwork on a range of sites.
Artists are invited to prepare an artwork concept that addresses the theme ‘Optimism’ and explore the way we see the world with hope, energy, passion and playfulness.
Expressions of interest for commissions are open until the 1st December, with infrastructure available for painting at sites including:
- Windsor Road (near the corner of Musgrave Road), Red Hill
- Milton Road underpass tunnel, Milton
- Macquarie Street (staircase to Chermside Street), Teneriffe
- Jack Flynn Memorial Drive (near intersection with Waminda Street), Morningside
- View Street (near intersection with Waldheim Street), Annerley
- Vulture Street (southern side of the rail overpass, closest to the Stephen Road interestion), South Brisbane
- 50 Gloucester Street, Highgate Hill
- Samford Road (between Irvine Street and Suez Street), Mitchelton
- 2512 Moggill Rd Pinjarra Hills
- Cornwall Street (underneath the Pacific Motorway), Greenslopes
- Intersection at Bridgeman Road Beams Road, Bridgeman Downs
- Robinson Road (end of the sound barrier wall closest to the on ramp southern side near the bus stop), West Geebung
- Intersection at Greendale Way and Amersham Crescent, Carindale
- Hoyland Street (across from Harold Kielly Park), Bald Hills
- review the Artist Brief and available sites on Council’s website
- submit your artwork concept and supporting information via the Expression of Interest form.
- shortlisted artists will be contacted in January 2018 and artworks will be delivered by June 2018.
For further information about Brisbane Canvas and the expression of interest email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Council on 07 3403 8888.