A PLACE FOR ART
Urban&Public was engaged by the City of Adelaide to develop a Public Art Strategy for Gawler Place which is one of the major pathways north—south streets linking the two important civic and transport routes on North Terrace at the north and Wakefield Street at the south.
The strategy assists with the reinvigoration of the street through public art initiatives, transforming it into an exciting and unique destination at the heart of the Rundle Mall Precinct.
It establishes and guides public art responses by identifying spatial opportunities along the street, in the context of understanding the historical, social and physical characteristics that may direct and inform new artist responses.
In essence, the document is used as a guide to aid artists, project managers, property owners and facilitators in selecting appropriate outcomes cognisant of the opportunities.
Client // City of Adelaide
Year // 2017