Public Art Masterplan

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The Public Art Masterplan survey has now closed. The responses are being analysed and further stakeholder engagement is being planned. Register for email updates to be kept in the loop.

The City of South Perth is developing its first Public Art Masterplan to create a new strategic approach to managing the current public art in the City as well as future public art works and projects.

We want to know more about what you like about public art, what benefits you think it brings our community, as well as the different ways we can celebrate our unique local identity through public art. This information will help inform the vision, principles and objectives in the Masterplan.

Welcome back!

We opened this survey earlier in the year, but with the impacts of COVID-19, the response rate was understandably low. As restrictions ease, we are excited to re-open the survey and start a conversation with our community about public art in the City.

Thank you to those who completed the survey earlier this year. Your input is greatly valued and will be included with the data collected during this round of stakeholder engagement.

How can I get involved?

Feedback closed at 4pm, Monday 27 July 2020.

The Public Art Masterplan survey has now closed. The responses are being analysed and further stakeholder engagement is being planned. Register for email updates to be kept in the loop.

The City of South Perth is developing its first Public Art Masterplan to create a new strategic approach to managing the current public art in the City as well as future public art works and projects.

We want to know more about what you like about public art, what benefits you think it brings our community, as well as the different ways we can celebrate our unique local identity through public art. This information will help inform the vision, principles and objectives in the Masterplan.

Welcome back!

We opened this survey earlier in the year, but with the impacts of COVID-19, the response rate was understandably low. As restrictions ease, we are excited to re-open the survey and start a conversation with our community about public art in the City.

Thank you to those who completed the survey earlier this year. Your input is greatly valued and will be included with the data collected during this round of stakeholder engagement.

How can I get involved?

Feedback closed at 4pm, Monday 27 July 2020.