Projects

Public Art Commission brings together two strands: the Public Art projects – which offers both production and reflection expertise, and Cultural Impact Projects – which brings evaluation and reflection to identify the impact of arts initiatives on the public. Collectively, the two strands deliver leading-edge artistic and curatorial publications and consultancy work locally and internationally.

Public Art

Artwork | 2015
Eugene von Guerard’s View of Geelong is iconic for a number of reasons, including its detailed interpretation of the landscape and its special place in the imagining of the region.…
Curated | 2017
The decline of industrial towns is a global and regional phenomenon. Communities perceive the departure of industry negatively and their closures have resulted in deterioration…

Cultural Impact

Project | 2017
In 2017, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade commissioned the research team to review its suite of public diplomacy strategies. As a first of its kind, this evaluation…
Project | 2016
In 2016, the Melbourne Fringe commissioned the research team to evaluate the outcomes of its Compass program – a mentoring scheme for artists experiencing disadvantage to develop…