Art in Public Places

Consultation has concluded

Pipedreams artwork

Thank you to those who participated in the opportunities to help shape our Public Art Strategy. Council will now develop a draft document based on our community and stakeholder feedback.

Whether you’re a spectator, participant, administrator or creator of arts and cultural content - maybe you’re all of the above - we want to hear from you about how we can continue to create meaningful and engaging public art in Maribyrnong for everyone to experience.

The City of Maribyrnong is increasingly recognised as a vibrant arts and cultural centre. As highlighted in recent Council Plan consultations our community is proud of its diverse and artistic community. Public art is one way that we capture imagination, recognise landmarks, start conversations and create art that is a source of pride and accessible to all. We are excited to evolve our contribution to art in public spaces through the development of a ten year Public Art Strategy.

Council is calling for public contributions from anyone who would like to shape the future of public art in our City by holding a Public Forum as well as offering the online tools below as an opportunity to engage. Please let us know if you can make it to the forum or contribute your thoughts via one or more of the online options below.


Please note there is space at the end of the survey and in the 'Tell your public art ideas' section for you to make suggestions or more detailed contributions to the Strategy for consideration.

Thank you to those who participated in the opportunities to help shape our Public Art Strategy. Council will now develop a draft document based on our community and stakeholder feedback.

Whether you’re a spectator, participant, administrator or creator of arts and cultural content - maybe you’re all of the above - we want to hear from you about how we can continue to create meaningful and engaging public art in Maribyrnong for everyone to experience.

The City of Maribyrnong is increasingly recognised as a vibrant arts and cultural centre. As highlighted in recent Council Plan consultations our community is proud of its diverse and artistic community. Public art is one way that we capture imagination, recognise landmarks, start conversations and create art that is a source of pride and accessible to all. We are excited to evolve our contribution to art in public spaces through the development of a ten year Public Art Strategy.

Council is calling for public contributions from anyone who would like to shape the future of public art in our City by holding a Public Forum as well as offering the online tools below as an opportunity to engage. Please let us know if you can make it to the forum or contribute your thoughts via one or more of the online options below.


Please note there is space at the end of the survey and in the 'Tell your public art ideas' section for you to make suggestions or more detailed contributions to the Strategy for consideration.