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What's For Dinner? Celebrating Multicultural Diversity

What's For Dinner? Celebrating Multicultural Diversity

The second artwork I curated for the City of Canada Bay's Five Dock Laneways Project is What's For Dinner? by Virginia Arregui.

Artist Virginia Arregui created this artwork to celebrate the multicultural diversity of the Five Dock Community. The artwork features architectural styles from around the world harmoniously built side by side. The title of the work What’s For Dinner? entices the viewer to imagine what food is being prepared in the kitchens of these homes, evoking the tastes and smells of global cuisines.
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A Healthy Artwork

A Healthy Artwork

In April of this year I was appointed as the Curator for the Five Dock Laneways Project.  Over approximately 6 months we will roll out a series of Public artworks in the laneways around Five Dock Shopping Centre.  The changing demographics and rather austere and tired look and feel of Five Dock is the impetus behind this project.

It was with great pleasure that over the weekend of the 31 July we installed the first work for this project.

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A Trip Down Memory Lane

A Trip Down Memory Lane

I am right in the middle of installing my latest Public Art Project for the City of Canada Bay Laneways project and my mind has kept reminiscing about the first major Public Art installation I curated - WE ARE HERE in March 2013.

WE ARE HERE was commissioned by the City of Sydney for its' Streetware program and was a mammoth undertaking, not only was it 50 metres long it was 3 stories high, think scissor lifts, electrical wires and road closures.  

The artwork was one work collaboratively executed by 5 different artists in a very short time frame. The artists worked across various mediums, paint, spray paint, stencil, mixed media, drawing, stencils and photography.

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