Gladstone Region Pop-Up Public Art, Art in Parks

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Local artist Beryl Wood submits an Art in Parks proposal to Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum's Curator Jo Duke. (Image: D Paddick)

Gladstone Region Pop-Up Public Art, Art in Parks

Calling for Art in Parks proposals


In conjunction with the Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), Gladstone Regional Council invites proposals for the upcoming Gladstone Region pop-up public art, Art in Parks project.


In 2015, fourteen local artists created installations in twelve Council venues during the Gladstone Region Artists Windows project and Art in Parks will continue to build on the region's public art capacity in partnership with Council’s Parks and Environment Department.


Twenty four regional parks have been identified to host an ephemeral public art installation during December 2016 through to February 2017, and local artists and arts groups are invited to become involved.


This is a terrific opportunity for artists and the community, to come together and celebrate the unique heritage and character of the place in which we live.


Submissions close 4pm Monday, November 7 and will include the artists' preferred park and proposed location, current resume, any letters of support and list of materials they are likely to use.


The RADF is a Queensland Government and Gladstone Regional Council partnership to support local arts in regional Queensland.


For further information please phone 4976 6766, or email