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Corinella public art

Bass Coast Shire Council is on the lookout for an experienced and innovative artist to design and create a commissioned public artwork which will be situated in Harold Hughes Reserve, Corinella.

By Portal Admin - 11th September 2017 - Back to News

Artists are invited to submit their engaging and creative design concepts before 5.00pm on Friday, 13 October 2017.

The Corinella Public Art Project will be commissioned at the value of $47,000 and delivered as part of Council’s annual Public Art Program.

Bass Coast Mayor, Cr Pamela Rothfield, expressed her excitement for the project.

"I am very proud of Council’s Public Art Program. Often when I travel and visit towns it is the unique and engaging public artworks which stick in memory. I can not wait to see what Corinella’s artwork will look like."

The successful applicant will be selected by the Community Reference Group, an independent group consisting of local community representatives from diverse areas including: Corinella Ratepayers and Residents Association, Corinella Foreshore

Committee of Management, Corinella and District Community Centre, Corinella and District Community Art Show, business owners, The Edge of Us, Cr Ellis, Cr Le Serve and Council officers.

For more information and to complete an application online, head to http://www.basscoast.vic.gov.au/corinellaart

For hard copies of the application please contact Arts and Culture Administration Officer Rebecca Scott by email art@basscoast.vic.gov.au or phone on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or 56712 761.

Applications close on Friday, 13 October 2017 by 5.00pm



Community Reference Group members visit Harold Hughes Reserve to discuss locations for the public artwork. Cathy McLeod, Barbara Oates, Cr Ellis, Cr Le Serve, Jean Coffey

For more information contact:

Nina Barry-Macaulay

communications officer

t (03) 5671 2163 | f (03) 5671 2222 | m 0400 698 089

e n.barry-macaulay@basscoast.vic.gov.au

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