What is Public Art?

    Public art is art in any media that has been planned and executed with the intention of being staged in the physical public domain, usually outside and accessible to all (Wikipedia).

    Public art is a unique form of cultural expression that may take the form of long lasting works that become enduring features of our region. Public art may also occupy spaces for shorter periods of time offering changing, multi sensory experiences and new encounters that add value and attractiveness.  Public art is created by artists for sites in public locations.  

    Where is the regional Public Art Trail?

    You can view a map of the current Public Art trail on the shire's website. http://www.amrshire.wa.gov.au/region/public-art-trail 

    What is the shire's Creative Blueprint?

    The shire's Creative Blueprint provides a four year cultural plan to complement the Shire’s Community Strategic Plan. Our Vision is that by 2018 our art and culture scene is vibrant, diverse, innovative and characterised by strong community participation.

    You can read the Creative Blueprint on the shire website.