East Victoria Park Primary School and Education Support Centre studentswith the help of local artist Catherine Peattie have transformed an everyday shipping container into a culturally connective and colourful community art project.
Yale Primary School students will have their art featured at the new-look Thornlie Station as part of a community art initiative for the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
With a total of 13 local and Noongar artists engaged to create 15 public art pieces, the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line Project has officially set the record for the largest collection commissioned on a METRONET project to date!
The new Thomas Road Over Rail Bridge at Byford has embraced the local character of the Serpentine-Jarrahdale community in its urban landscape and design with local school children leaving a built-in legacy along the bridge.
There’s a unique opportunity for all those heading towards East Perth Station to view the progress of the artwork on the east side of the Public Transport Operational Control Centre as it starts to take shape.
From large-scale murals and seating sculptures to detailed digital designs, the public art pieces for the METRONET New Bayswater Station Project have something that appeals to just about everyone.
Year 10 Urban Art students from Alkimos College were treated to the tips and tricks of the trade recently thanks to renowned WA mural artist, Ian Mutch.
Mural artist Jack Bromell is creating public art for the new Yanchep Station along the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension.
Artwork integrated into the new METRONET Lakelands Station Project will reflect local Noongar symbols and cultural themes in a contemporary, abstract design.
An array of public art has popped up in the Kelmscott Station Plaza and surrounding area in a nod to the nearby Darling Ranges, the local flora and fauna, and Noongar language and culture.
We asked the people of Perth how they’d like to honour the notorious Bayswater Bridge that’s terrorised truck drivers and caused traffic mayhem for decades…and the results are in!
The place where you live has something special and unique about its identity formed by the local culture, history, landscape and people. One way we can express and celebrate this identity is through public art.
Young and emerging artists across WA can now tap into an exciting new interactive learning resource, helping them turn their creative talents towards public art opportunities on METRONET projects.
Patterns from the past painted in eye-catching pops of colour, and Jurassic-sized hand painted flowers, make the newly opened Claremont Station underpass feel more like a walk-through art gallery.
How do you capture the heart and soul of a community, celebrate its colourful characters and highlight its history while boosting local businesses? With a vibrant and feature-filled 68m temporary mural, of course!
Colossal black cockatoos and towering tuart leaves are catching the eye of Mandurah locals and at around three metres high, they’re hard to miss!