Art in Public Places
Whitehorse City Council's Art in Public Places Program aims to introduce art into everyday life, with a range of sculptures in the public domain.
The Art in Public Places Program supports emerging and established artists. In 2007, Council commissioned sculptor Anderson Hunt to create a work to grace the city’s MegaMile home/lifestyle precinct. The work, Nesting, stands at the entrance to BrandSmart on Whitehorse Road, Nunawading.
Other major public artworks include Spirit of Whitehorse by Graham Radcliffe and Unity by Stephen Glassborow; both have been prominently positioned on Whitehorse Road.
For more information about the Art in Public Places Program, please contact Senior Arts Officer (Curator) Jacquie Nichols-Reeves on 9262 6250.