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 & Cambridge Arcade
- Olympic Village – Midway Lane
Nhalinggu Bagung Artists – 2017 marks 50 years since the referendum giving Aboriginal people the right to vote. To commemorate this anniversary and acknowledge Banyule’s Indigenous community, Council is currently curating the Light Box Galleries with work created by local artists at Barrbunin Beek Aboriginal Gathering Place.
Until the end of the year the Light Boxes will be illuminated with a rotating selection of Indigenous art blending traditional techniques with contemporary perspectives. Artists currently featured:
Oxford Arcade: Madison Connors, Shelley Jackson and Wesley Fuller
Cambridge Arcade: Wingara Ellis and Natashia Corrigan
Midway Lane: Bunji Spillard, Liana Liddle, Rebekah Liddle, Wingara Ellis and Jedah-Lee Wickey
For further information please call 9457 9913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Image: 'Dolphin Dreaming' by Wingara Ellis, 'Sea Turtle Dreaming' by Natashia Corrigan)