Public Art

Corinella Public Art

Expression of Interest

Commission value - $47,000

Council is extending an invitation to suitably experienced artists to create a contemporary public artwork to be situated in Harold Hughes Reserve, Corinella.

Artists are invited to submit design concepts which will deliver an innovative and engaging creative artwork.

The Corinella Public Art Project is being delivered as part of Council’s annual Public Art Program.

How to apply

You can review the Expression of Interest document (PDF 823kb) and make an online application via SmartyGrants https://bass-coast.smartygrants.com.au/corinellapublicart

Submissions close Friday, 13 October 2017 by 5.00pm

Site Visit

A site visit will be held on Monday, 16 September at Harold Hughes Reserve in Corinella. 

To register for the site visit please contact rebecca.scott@basscoast.vic.gov.au.

Be Involved

A Community Reference Group has been established and will oversee the project, ensure the artwork is relevant to the residents of Corinella and is in keeping with the town. The Group consists of Corinella locals, Corinella Ratepayers and Residents Association, Corinella Foreshore Committee of Management, Corinella and District Community Centre, Corinella and District Community Art Show and local business owners.

Contact

To register for the Community Reference Group, or to share ideas or ask any questions please contact Rebecca Scott, Arts and Culture Administration Officer by email rebecca.scott@basscoast.vic.gov.au or phoning (03) 5671 2211 or 1300 BCOAST (226 278).

Background

The Corinella Public Art Project is scheduled for the 2017/18 financial year and has a budget of $47,000.

In line with the Bass Coast Shire Council Public Art Sites and Themes Plan 2014-2024, the artwork must have an environmental theme and represent the local area. The environmental theme could include the unique mangroves and birdlife of Corinella, aspects of the marine or coastal environment or native plants and animals.

The project will be delivered in accordance with Council's Public Art Principles and Specifications for Public Art.

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