The City of South Perth values public art as a means of celebrating the identity and history of the community, enhancing the environment and contributing to a sense of place.
The City has a growing inventory of distinct and diverse public artworks that celebrate and contribute to the City’s unique culture. The works are generally sculptural or mural in form and are permanently on display throughout the City. Some of the works are owned by the City and some are on private land, but are accessible to the public.
For current public art opportunities please visit the Expressions of Interest page.
Made from 237 porcelain bowls arranged in a broken hexagonal constellation this work creatively brings together mass-produced, everyday objects in a striking geometric design.
Temporary art installation The Rose Coloured House by artist Melissa McVee is on display at David Vincent Park in Kensington until 28 March 2019.
Artist Megan Baker has been commissioned by the City of South Perth to create a collection of art work, to be shown at the Manning Community Centre's Exhibition Boxes from February 2019. Megan is seeking donations of used envelopes to create authentic art about memories.
The City is seeking Expressions of Interest from community groups, businesses, performers and entertainers to be a part of the City’s new Hello Manning festival. EOIs close 5pm, Tuesday 11 December 2018.
The City is seeking expressions of interest from artists and community groups who have a vision to present high quality and visually engaging works of art or other items for the exhibition boxes at Manning Community Hub. EOIs close 4pm, Monday 26 November 2018.
A new exhibition titled Bodies of Water by Campbell Whyte has opened at Manning Community Centre and will be on display to the community until 27 January 2019.
The City of South Perth seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from people with experience and knowledge of public art, to join the City of South Perth Public Art Advisory Group as an industry representative member.