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Every single piece has been placed at a specific moment in time, highlighting a particular moment, event or person. Public art is about more than just the works themselves. Each piece ifies a message that people wish to convey and to express what kind of world they are experiencing at a specific point in time. There are over pieces of public art placed throughout our city and surrounds.

We have a city-wide collection of art that we treat just like an open-air gallery, through curation, maintenance, repair and cleaning. As our city grows, it is important that we continually grow and evolve our public art collection. With the implementation of the Creative City Strategy we are encouraging growth in temporary and ephemeral artistic expressions, as well as growing our permanent public art pieces.

Mother Earth, by George Allan. Local resident Frank Pinkerton commissioned sculptor George Allan to make the work from Hawkesbury freestone and granite. The City of Ballarat works to engage artist in a of temporary projects that activate city spaces and increase perceptions of safety. Monument 32 Helter Shelter, by Callum Morton.

This piece of temporary architecture — a shelter rendered in the form of an emergent head of US President Donald Trump, hollowed-out with a flaming inferno interior visited Ballarat in The original artwork installation is part of the extended City of Ballarat early works beautification program, deed to bring a fresh, bold and vibrant aesthetic to the location. Open Every Door consists of two wall paintings, each will remain at the site for 6 months, and a website publication.

The City of Ballarat commissions artists to create temporary public artworks annually on a wall in Alfred Deakin Place, Ballarat. The artwork features on a prominent site near the Art Gallery of Ballarat Annex. Opportunities to show at the Annex Wall open annually in July. The temporary public artwork wall in Alfred Deakin Place provides visitors to the area with shifting artwork experiences that change each November. The entire memorial was captured in a radiography project that revealed extensive conservation works to be carried out in coming years.

The Boer War memorial is a statue of Australian mounted trooper rescuing another trooper. It commemorates those who served in the South African Boer War, specifically Sergeant James Rogers who is depicted rescuing a British soldier whose horse had been shot. Sergeant Rogers was awarded a Victoria Cross for his actions. The most recent conservation project included investigative works - a radiographic survey, videoscope internal investigation and structural engineers report carried out by International Conservation Services ICS in May The assessment identified structural issues which require rectification in the coming years.

The first stage of remedial conservation and stabilisation works will take place in and funding will be sought for a second stage of works. Wadawurrung smoking ceremony at North Gardens site dedication. The project will feature works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, celebrating the richness and diversity of culture and telling important cultural stories. This landscape masterplan details the sculpture park project concept and approaches to public art; the natural and built ificance of the site; and importantly the cultural connections to Country and the Wadawurrung peoples occupation of the site.

Download the Landscape De Plan here. Campsite is a ificant artwork and a tool for learning about local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Marley and Billy are pleased to see the return of Campsite to the centre of Ballaarat. Monument Helter Shelter by Callum Morton is a piece of temporary architecture — a shelter rendered in the form of an emergent head of Donald Trump, hollowed-out and replete with inferno flames and bench seating.

His art explores the personal and social impact of architecture and our built environment, provoking us to think about the relationship between art and life, history and the present, and look again at the ubiquitous structures we see but rarely notice. Read the Guardian article about this artwork here. Following an extensive tender process involving more than 20 applicants, Melbourne artist Lis Johnson was selected to de and create a life-size public artwork of local humanitarian George Devine Treloar.

This is the first new major artwork installed in the gardens in a decade and the first artwork created by a female artist. The sculpture was revealed at a ceremony in Ballarat on the 8th September Treloar is a Ballarat-born humanitarian who became renowned for his work during the s to resettle Greek refugees from Asia Minor following a ificant humanitarian effort, and his contribution to helping improve the lives of people in the Greek community of Australia and abroad.

Treloar is the son of the owners of the first pharmacy in Ballarat, with his family name still recognised at the site of the original Bridge Mall building. For his ificant work in resettling refugees Treloar was appointed to the Order of the Redeemer, the oldest and highest decoration awarded by the modern Greek state. The Australian Greek community, and specifically the Pontic community, also acknowledge George Devine Treloar as a heroic figure in their story of migration to Australia. Greek migration to Australia has been one of the most important migratory flows in Australian history, making the George Devine Treloar story ificant not only to Ballarat, but also to Australians more broadly.

Public Art. Our Strategy. Music Pathways. Art Pathways. Resources and Training. Our Creatives. . Current Public Art Activities. A memorial acknowledging sexual abuse survivors. Development of our new public art policy. Prime Minister's Busts. North Gardens Commissions.

Gallery Annexe Wall Commissions. Artwork in the Bakery Hill Precinct. Public Art Collection Management. Conservation, maintenance and preservation. Street Art. Campsite by Marley Smith and Billy Blackall. The launch of the George Treloar memorial in

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