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Public Art in Knox

Dating back to the 1970s Knox City Council has an enduring commitment to building a culturally rich and engaged community through the arts. Public Art not only adds visual appeal to our shared environments but can also provoke important conversations, encourage a sense of place and social cohesion, improve mental health and wellbeing and can make public spaces safer and more approachable.

The Knox Public Art collection is substantial, and includes works by renowned public artists such as Matt Calvert, David Booth (aka Ghostpatrol) and Carla McRae. The Billboard at Gilbert Park Skate Precinct, and the Light boxes at Cinema Lane in Boronia, are also platforms, which allow for the rotation of art in the public domain.

The Knox Public Art Policy and Public Art Implementation Plan is Council’s public statement of commitment to an ongoing public art development program, offering a clear framework for long-term planning alongside major developments and neighbourhood renewal projects, and a guide for site and artist commissioning processes.

Current Public Art Projects - Calling for EOI's

Macaulay Place Public Art Project

Details to be advised.

Stay in Touch

To receive news, opportunities and events relating to Public Art in Knox, please:
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Email: publicart@knooncept


Marie Wallace Mural Project 2018-Ghost Patrol 1
AeroplaneBoy Back to Bayswater Wide View
Immerse 2016 Cinema Lane lightboxes-Matt Blackwood-Fair and Handsome
Immerse 2017-Brenton See-Share Your Colour
Immerse 2016-Fausto Gallego-The Dreaming
Corey Thomas-Alley Oop2
Wall2Wall - Studfield Wantirna
Perspectives on Place Bunjil Way Eagle Sculpture
Image of Immerse 2017 Artwork at Knox Leisureworks
Photo by Darrian Traynor


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