Murals

Graffiti in Woden

Community murals help to brighten and enrich public spaces and give people a sense of ownership, pride and commitment to their community. They also have the effect of making public places more attractive and less prone to vandalism.

Benefits of community mural projects include:

  • reduction and control of graffiti at specific community locations;
  • enhanced understanding of the roles and values of community groups in each location; and
  • reduction of vandalism to community assets.

Latest opportunities

Tuggeranong Skate Park – Street Artwork

The ACT Government is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from artists for the development, design and production of artwork at Tuggeranong Skate Park (Bartlet Place), Canberra. For more details, please click below for the full brief. Submissions due by 11.59 pm Sunday 22 April 2018.

Woden Bus Interchange – Street Artwork

The ACT Government, Woden Westfield and the Play Activation Network are calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from artists to work with older adults as part of an intergenerational exchange street art project. For more details, please click below for the full brief. Submissions due by 11.59 pm Sunday 29 April 2018.

Current opportunities Artist Briefs

Are you an artist in the ACT?

When TCCS is approached by private asset owners who would like murals painted, they are provided with a list of artists to contact. If you are an artist and would like to be added to the contact list please email your full name, email address, phone number and website/social media account names to the Graffiti Management Coordinator, Lisa Petheram TCCS.CPPMP-P@act.gov.au

TCCS will pass this list on to owners but has no involvement with private mural commissioning.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.