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Cultural Threads 2016

Cultural Threads 2016

Public Art

Council's commitment to public art is visible by its diverse and dynamic collection. Since 1985, over $2 million has been invested in more than 100 public art installations across the municipality.

Greater Dandenong public art collection features permanent and temporary installations that invite locals and visitors to engage with and reinterpret their environment in new and challenging ways.

Many of the artworks have received industry awards, national media exposure and been accepted into state collections.

As a leader in public art practice, Greater Dandenong's public art collection celebrates local identity, character and cultural diversity.


Transformed Temporary Public Art Program

The Transformed Temporary Public Art Program aims to enliven public spaces in the Dandenong city centre with temporary art installations and thought provoking experiences. Contemporary art installations and light projections are visible day and night in a range of locations.

More information on transformed


Permanent Public Art 

Greater Dandenong's public art collection features permanent installations from artists who engage with and reinterpret their environment in new and challenging ways.

As a leader in public art practice, the collection celebrates local identity, character and cultural diversity.

More information on permanent public art pieces


 



Public art