Light Boxes in Heidelberg West
Banyule’s Urban Light Box Program is a series of rotating art exhibitions in lane ways located in Heidelberg West.
The Light Boxes promote high quality illuminate art in the public realm, showcase the talents and creative ideas of young, new and established artists, and contribute to the revitalisation and renewal of these neighbourhood shopping precincts.
The galleries display art works 24 hours a day, seven days a week, across eight illuminated light boxes positioned on walls located in:
- Bell Street Mall – Oxford Arcade, Heidelberg West
- Bell Street Mall - Cambridge Arcade, Heidelberg West
- Olympic Village Shopping Centre – Midway Lane, Heidelberg West
To celebrate and explore our community's cultural diversity, the theme for 2018 is 'finding common ground' which provides a framework for the entire 2018 Banyule Arts and Culture program. We look forward to presenting many different arts and cultural perspectives, and offering opportunities to encounter the unique creativity of our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities, people from rich cultural backgrounds with much to share.
The three current Light box installations highlight these unique qualities and the artists currently featured:
'Untitled' by Katen Fahad
'Platypus from Untitled Canvas' (2017) by Bunji Spillard and 'Father Sea Turtle' (2017) by Kevin Ellis
From the 2017 'Nhalinggu Bagung' - Aboriginal Art Exhibition
'Dancing on the Borderlands' (2018) by Kaytsen Jama
(Image: 'Dancing on the Borderlands' (2018) by Kaytsen Jama)
For further information please call 9457 9913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org