4 Dec 2014
First look at public art
Members of the public are invited to have a first look at the public art project that is being undertaken as part of Gateway WA in an exhibition at the Ruth Faulkner Public Library in Cloverdale.
The Redcliffe Park Art Project involves the design of a public artwork to be produced on the side of a six metre wall, constructed as part of the new interchange at Tonkin Highway / Dunreath Drive.
Earlier this year residents were given an opportunity to participate in the art project and contribute creatively to Gateway WA.
The display will provide some background on the design and how local communities were involved. It will show various stages in the design process and will include some of the local children's images.
Artist Leanne Bray said members of the community are welcome to come along and see how their contributions influenced the artwork.
“This is a really exciting opportunity to share with the residents of the area a little taste of the artwork development and the very valuable input of the community groups that helped to shape the final design".
The Redcliffe Park Art Project is part of Gateway WA with support from the City of Belmont. The artwork is scheduled to be installed next year.
Details of the display:
When – Until 13 December 2014 (library hours)
Where – Ruth Faulkner Public Library