We work across a wide range of special projects that are close to our heart. From urban art festivals in major metro areas, to schools programs aimed at regional and remote areas – to projects tailored for young people with diverse cultural backgrounds. We’re passionate about programs that contrbute to communities, improve well-being – and make the world just that little bit more beautiful to look at.
SURFACE URBAN ART FESTIVAL 2021 – Canberra
Over one weekend, 5-7 November 2021, 15 urban artists will transform the built environment of Braddon and Civic, Canberra. The Festival is hosted by the ACT Government, curated by acclaimed graff artist Phibs, and produced by The Wall Station. Surface is a festival of urban art in the ACT that celebrates the raw energy and rich diversity of this scene: think graffiti, murals, portraits, stencils, pasteups, light sculptures and abstract works, each with a clear message. More here
MURAL IN A BOX
Mural In A Box is a one-stop-shop resource kit with everything schools and community groups need to install a mural with their participants– without the need for an artist to visit the physical location. Mural In A Box’s mural templates are designed by street artists which means groups don’t need specialist painting or drawing skills to run this activity. The program was designed during COVID lockdown to benefit both artists and schools and community groups in regional and remote areas. More here
DIVERSITY WALLS 2019 – 2020
Diversity Walls delivered art workshops and mural painting days with professional street artists for high school students in low socio-economic areas with culturally diverse backgrounds. Funded through the Federal Government’s ‘Fostering Integration Program’, auspiced through Hunter Multicultural Communities and produced by The Wall Station. Diversity Walls rolled out 7 walls and 12 art workshops with young people in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley. The program successfully advocated for resilience, tolerance and social harmony.
The second Walk the Walls Festival launched in Cronulla CBD on the 8-10 November 2019 which featured 40 walls by 40 artists and celebrated a coastal theme. Curated by graff artist Tim Phibs, produced by The Wall Station and funded through Sutherland Shire Council. Thousands flocked to Cronulla’s CBD to enjoy the weekend celebration of street art, food and urban culture.
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