Stand By Me: Watch internationally renowned street artist Beastman (Bradley Eastman), one of Australia’s most distinctive and prolific emerging contemporary artists, alongside MIMI (Emily Devers), an accomplished multidisciplinary artist who develops pertinent and timeless concepts. The Maroochydore Revitalisation Association (MRA), Maroochy Music & Visual Arts Festival (MMVAF) and Horizon have partnered to bring these prolific artists to the Ocean Street Precinct.
See these two street artists creative live mural art in a couple of locations within the Ocean Street Precinct from Monday 28th August to Wednesday 30th August, 2017.
Live Mural Art – 28, 29 and 30th August 9am to 5 pm at the Alleyway, 7 Ocean St and 37 Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore.
Artist Talk and Question & Answers – 30th August between 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm at the Alleyway, 7 Ocean St, Maroochydore (wet weather venue Machu Picchu).
Caloundra: Downtown Caloundra is emerging as an urban creative hub. There are nine street art works to see, all in comfortable walking distance.
Discover murals by artists David Houghton, Thom Stuart, Fuzeillear (aka Claire Matthews), Joel Birch, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Andrew Frazer, Adam Lewczuk, Ryan Sullivan, John Waldron, Steven Bordonaro and Cassie Munson.
The trail loop is approximately 1.7 km. Council recommends starting at the Caloundra Regional Gallery and wander up through Lamkin Lane to discover The Pavilion and The Lighthouse. Take a stroll up Bulcock Street to the top of the roundabout and down to the Dingle Wall. On your way back down Bulcock Street cross the road and turn left into the laneway towards the Transit Centre. Here you will discover Ma and Pa and to the left, behind you, Miniature Panthers. Head south along Williamson Lane, to discover three other works.
Once you are done, grab a refreshing juice, smoothie or coffee in Bulcock Street or a wine on the waterfront along The Esplanade in one of Caloundra’s premier cafes or restaurants.
To find out more about each work, download the free council app on your smart device, look for the ‘THINGS TO DO’ button and open the ‘VIRTUAL GALLERY’.
Enjoy the trail and share your experience on social media with #scpublicart – download the Street Art Trail[3036KB] map on your smart device and follow the walking trail.
Nambour: Uncover the groundswell of street art across Nambour’s streets and lane-ways. Recognised as a n emerging hub for street art, Nambour was a satellite location for the 2017 Brisbane Street Art Festival. Wander the urban streets of Nambour and discover eight large-scale artworks by artists David Houghton, EJ Zyla, Mieke Salna, Conrad Square, Mandy Schone-Salter, Simon Degroot, The Brightsiders, Adam Lewczuk, Ryan Sullivan, Michael Foley and Bianca Beetson. Nambour CBD also features four integrated and sculptural Public Artworks to check out along the trail.
The walk should take about an hour and a half or a little more if you enjoy a coffee at one of the local café’s along the way. The trail loop is approximately 2.3 km. There are 13 works of art to discover, highlighting the local history, colourful stories and meaningful expressions by some of our best local and national public art artists.
To find out more about each work, download the free council app on your smart device, look for the ‘Things to Do’ button and open the ‘Virtual Gallery’.
Download the Nambour Public Art Trail Map here
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