Ferny ‘Love’ Skate Park art project


Thursday, October 3, 2013

Ferny Grove Skate Park is undergoing a visual transformation, from a grey, concrete structure to a colourful, artistic masterpiece. Brisbane […]

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Site 6 – Northgate


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Mural on Acacia Ave, the process will trial a youth mentoring model, working closely with a small group of selected young people to gain skills and experiences from the professional artists.

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Site 5 – Southbank


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

A mural to cover at Southbank station, this busy pedestrian and bicycle way site will come alive as vibrant themes of past and present are explored.

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Site 4 – Wynnum


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Workshops to paint a mural wall on Edith Street are open for any interested young people and will kick off on the 23rd of July.

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Site 3 – Inala Community hall


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The old Guides Hut in DJ Sherrington park, Inala is being turned into a Youth Centre The young people will work with artists to refresh the mural and create ownership over this space.

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Site 2 – Keperra Rebound Wall

Invitation to Launch

Monday, April 22, 2013

Walls and Colours project – Rebound Wall being launched this week!

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Site 1 – Bald Hills & Bracken Ridge


Thursday, January 17, 2013

In Bald Hills and Bracken Ridge the Walls and Colours worked to design a community mural that depicted the area’s strengths and assets.

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Walls and Colours

Visible Ink to
Become Partners
in Graffiti Prevention.

If you would like to get involved or want more information please contact San-Mari on 3178 2330 or San-Mari.Esterhuysen.brisbane.qld.gov.au

Brisbane City Council (BCC) is implementing the Walls and Colours project, which will increase Brisbane's vibrancy through creating community murals, whilst assisting to reduce graffiti damage. The artworks will be developed by local young people throughout the city.

The project will see ten new murals come to life across Brisbane in 2013. Young people and the wider community will be involved in the new design of the murals, telling the stories of their communities and celebrating them through a public launch.

The first three sites have been identified as highly targeted areas and have been cleaned more than 160 times in the last year. The next 4 sites will be identified in April and the final three sites in August.