Public Art in Our City

The City is seeking community input into where, why and what types of public art we would like to see within the City of South Perth.

We know that May Gibbs now sits in Windsor Park for visitors to enjoy on their way from the ferry to the Zoo… but where else might we find inspiration from our past visiting us today?

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Feedback closes this Friday 21 October, so if you have any thoughts to contribute on where we can integrate our history and heritage into the public art around our City, add your ideas to the Feedback Map.

Visit the City’s Public Art Strategy page on Your Say South Perth to have your say.

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