Public Art Opportunities
Ageless Oura by John Wood. Murrumbidgee River, Oura Beach. Photo Matt Beaver
The Enliven Public Art Plan 2017 - 2021 commissions public art, projection art and event-related works around the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area each year.
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Current Public Art Opportunities
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Frequently Asked Questions
Engaging with Wiradjuri Culture and History
Wagga Wagga City Council welcomes proposals that celebrate the culture and heritage of the traditional custodians of the land, the Wiradjuri people. Proposals of this nature must include appropriate consultation and engagement with Wiradjuri elders.
Council's Aboriginal and Youth Development Officer can provide advice on appropriate forms of consultation and engagement. Contact (02) 6926 9354
You can also read our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Protocols.
All Expressions of Interest must include a detailed budget that demonstrates all aspects of a proposal, including safety and compliance costs relating to the installation of public artworks.
Artist fees should be calculated in accordance with relevant rate schedules provided by NAVA (or a comparable body), and outlined in your proposal.
Cultural Officer, Wagga Wagga City Council
p: 1300 292 442