Artist opportunity: Create temporary artwork in a local pub

Surry Hills Creative Precinct calls on creatives to help brighten our public spaces and celebrate local recovery.

Artists can create a temporary artwork in a courtyard space, a disused wall, in a windowsill or other possible space in a selected Surry Hills pub.

When applying, artists will be sent a location-based brief and asked to share ideas about broad visual design, art application and required materials along with their artist portfolio.

The successful project will be chosen by Margot Natoli, Dove and Olive owner Chris Deale, Urban Village magazine editor Lachlan Colquhoun, The Green Rooms’ Olly Adam and Maxine Fielding, and local artist Nico Nicoson.

The artists will be provided with the final location and specifics for the installation. The budget for the public art project is estimated at between $500 to $1,500 including artist fee, materials and installation.

Contact Margot Natoli at for more information.

This project is supported through a City of Sydney grant. Subscribe to the grants and sponsorships mailing list to hear about more upcoming opportunities.

Apply now.

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