Bringing public art to life at Green Square: shaping an urban neighbourhood
WHEN: 6-9pm – 6 Jun 2017
This event will be held at The Commune, 901 Bourke St, Waterloo.
The industrial heart of Sydney’s south is transforming into a new, vibrant neighbourhood. Creative and cultural facilities, new homes along with shops and open, green spaces are shaping the urban renewal of Green Square.
As part of the City Art program, several public artworks are underway that will help shape the area’s character and contribute to community life.
Join us for an evening discussion with those who have been instrumental in the long-term thinking and development of public art projects in Green Square.
We’ll explore the benefits and challenges of bringing art into public spaces. Our guest speakers will discuss how we can integrate public art into the urban environment and create inspiring places for everyone to enjoy.
- Anton James — JMD Design
- Amanda Sharrad, Green Square Curatorial Advisor — City of Sydney
- Diego Bonetto — Artist
- Hugo Moline — MAPA Art & Architecture
- Jason Wing — Artist
- Jess Cook, Managing Director — 107 Projects
- Kerrie Poliness — Artist
- Liam Noble — Sturt Noble Landscape Architects
- Lucas Ihlein — Artist
- Maria Fernanda Cardoso — Artist
- Nuha Saad — Artist
- Peter Stutchbury — Peter Stutchbury Architecture
Join us for light refreshments and inspiring conversation spanning public art, architecture, urban design and cultural development.
Note parking near the event venue is limited. Please consider using public transport (Green Square station is a 10—15 minute walk away).
- EXTERNAL LINKS:
- About the Green Square urban renewal