Placemaking – Murals – Urban Activations – Street Art Festivals – Graffiti Prevention Programs – Community Engagement – School Murals + Workshops – Pop Up Exhibitions- Brand Activations
The Wall Station creates inspiring public art, urban murals and street art workshops that capture and celebrate the visual narrative of the communities and clients that we work with.
As a business, the concept of building meaning and connecting people through creative expression is paramount to everything we do.
In addition to murals and placemaking, we offer develop custom visual arts workshops and programs that are designed to help participants explore ideas and create meaning, connect with others and encourage participation.
We work with local community groups, including schools, not for profits, councils, NGO’s, local and state government and corporate community engagement programs.
Public art has been proven to foster social cohesion, develop a sense of place and identity, improve self-expression and encourage shared values.
Our programs empower participants to explore the creative process, develop self-esteem and collaborate as a team. We are experts in creative planning, artwork installation, project management, community consultation and risk management.
Our considered and thoughtful processes have been designed to ensure programs run smoothly and meet the needs of multiple stakeholders. Our ethical and environmental policies underline fair payments for artists and green choices around our work plan.
Jacinta Fintan, Director
Jacinta is the Owner and Director of the Stencil Art Prize which is an internationally art prize that began in 2009 and tours Australian metro and regional galleries.
In addition to working as an art consultant and curator, she has also held high-level Marketing & Development positions in both the not for profit and commercial sectors – working with philanthropic organisations, councils, government, tertiary institutions, schools, businesses and international blue-chip brands. Jacinta’s solid project management background and high level people-skills enable her to bring the clients hopes and the artist’s creative vision together as one wholesome outcome.
In 2021 Jacinta released her first book CUT: 10 years of the Stencil Art Prize, a 188 page hard cover coffee table art book. Jacinta is on the Executive Committee for the Hunter Multicultural Communities charity organisation.