City of Wodonga


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Ephemeral Art Program 2018

Wodonga Council is seeking expressions of interest from artists for the Ephemeral Art Program for 2018.

The council is calling on visual artists to express their interest for inclusion in various short-term art projects.

The spaces include: The Cube Wodonga public piano, a sculptural installation for the tree in The Cube Wodonga Courtyard and artwork for the Open Gallery light boxes.

Download the information form here.

Applications close on December 8, 2017.

We aim to foster the development of a vibrant and diverse artistic and cultural city; with the creation of public art seen as an integral element.

The commissioning of large-scale artworks in public places aims to provide points of interest, entertainment and aesthetic energy to the developing city landscape.

Some of the public artworks in Wodonga include:

  • Porta by Ken Raff along Lincoln Causeway (prior to Murray River bridge crossing to Albury);
  • Ensemble by Adrian Mauriks in Woodland Grove;
  • Water and The River Landscape by Anderson Hunt in Stanley St;
  • Bridges and Boundaries by Eddie Kneebone (dec.) at Gateway Village; and
  • Reflections On High wall in High St (Coles supermarket).

For further information regarding Wodonga's public art program and future public art projects, please phone our cultural services team on (02) 6022 9300.

Porta by Ken Raff is seen when you enter Wodonga, Victoria from the New South Wales border.


PDFEphemeral Art Program - expression of interest (PDF 1037KB)

Last updated: 07-11-2017

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