Public Art

In This Section

Council’s commitment to public art is expressed through a range of different public art opportunities that preserve, emphasise, enhance and expand on the distinctive local identity.

Our adopted Public Art Policy is a statement of support and encouragement for the development of public art and public art opportunities within our local area. For developers, public art provides a valuable point of difference for the development and our adopted Public Art Guidelines for Developers outline the expectations and steps to provide public art in major developments.

We also provide opportunities for artists and designers to create vibrant works for display in the public domain by requiring artwork on construction site hoardings. The Creative Hoardings Policy sets out Council’s requirements for creative hoardings and will apply in certain circumstances when applications are made to erect a hoarding on public land. The program will commence in late 2020, when approved licensed artwork and photographic images will be made available for use on construction site hoardings.

  • Sea's Nest
  • Pelicans
  • Robots
  • Seated Woman II

Art Collection

  • Portrait of Rex Irwin
  • Spanish Stallion
  • Spanish Stallion
  • Solitude
  • Lion
  • Lion
  • Lion
  • Burden
  • Burden
  • Pelicans
  • Pelicans
  • Kimono
  • Kimono
  • One
  • One
  • Sea's Nest

Enquiries

For more information, please contact:

Cultural Development
Telephone: 9391 7135
Fax: 9391 7044
Email: cultural@woollahra.nsw.gov.au