Hidden Histories: A Public Art and Spaces Strategy

Carter, P 2015, Hidden Histories: A Public Art and Spaces Strategy, Warrnambool City Council, Warrnambool, Australia


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Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Hidden Histories: A Public Art and Spaces Strategy
Author(s) Carter, P
Year of publication 2015
Publisher Warrnambool City Council
Place of publication Warrnambool, Australia
Subjects Architectural Design
Abstract/Summary Hidden Histories: A Public Art and Spaces Strategy (HHPASS) is a key initiative of the Warrnambool City Centre Revitalisation - The Structure Plan. The HHPASS is the out come of a deep engagement with the great place-making stories of the Warrnambool community. These stories represent a unique identity and offer a creative template that can guide a public art commissioning policy. The HHPASS offers a bridge between public art and urban revitalization, and recommends the longterm alignment of these Council responsibilities in future planning and public art policy.
Commissioning body Warrnambool City Council
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