Georges River Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from artists/teams of artists for the creation and installation of public artworks on four columns at the entrance to Hurstville Library, facing Queens Road.
Georges River Libraries vision is to be the centre of information, culture, history, inspiration, creativity and opportunity in the area, helping to create a diverse and resilient Georges River community. This vision contributes to the overall aims for Hurstville to be a city that is brought to life through authentic and creative places, and is celebrated as green, accessible and innovative.
The aim of the Hurstville Library columns project is to increase the cultural vibrancy of the Georges River area and boost the visual presence of the library on Queens Road, Hurstville.
Expressions of Interest close on Sunday, 4 April 2021.
Please direct any questions you may have about this project to Bethany MacRae, Coordinator Cultural Services, Hurstville Museum & Gallery on (02) 9330 6444 or email@example.com
Title image: Mural at Oatley West Early Learning Centre by Karri McPherson.