Ruin Photography

What ruin photography reveals about urban decay and renewal. By Ben Knight Myola Street near Litchfield Park Mayfield East 2014 ...Nothing found

Pokolbin Art for Threatened Birds

Thirty-metre mural raises glass to Hunter threatened species conservation. A thirty-metre mural has been unveiled on the walls of Polkolbin Distillery, featuring three of ...Nothing found

Murals Greet Visitors at Redhead Beach

A trio of murals make striking introduction to one of Lake Macquarie’s most iconic stretches of coast. Above ~ Redhead Beach mural ...Nothing found

Murals Inspired by Ancient Persia

Khadim Ali’s latest mural unveiled at UNSW Galleries Every War is Defeat is part of UNSW’s Facing Equality Project that aims to confront and ...Nothing found

Brightening Those Traffic Signal Boxes

Lake Macquarie’s famous black swans have been immortalised on a traffic signal box as part of an urban art project brightening the City’s ...Nothing found

Lucky Country Hotel ~ 237 Hunter St

On the corner of Crown and Hunter Streets stands an ornate building of generous proportion that typifies mid 20th-century Newcastle. The façade ...Nothing found

Your Chance to Bomb a Box

Call for artists to add colour to the City. Local artists will have the opportunity ...Nothing found

Silo Art Reaches the Hunter

Merriwa joins the silo art club. Artists are painting a mural on Merriwa’s disused GrainCorp silo that locals hope will put their ...Nothing found

Artwork ready for the Merriwa silos

Upper Hunter Shire Council begins a large scale public artwork in April, on the GrainCorp silo facilities in Merriwa. This will be ...Nothing found

People, Nature, and Sport in Windale Artwork

A $50,000 public art project in Windale celebrates the feelings, stories, dreams and aspirations of the local community. The 10-metre long multi-media ...Nothing found

Those Little Streets Around Hunter St Mall

View north from the top end of Morgan Street, overlooking Laing Street. One of those old-world districts that could have been ...Nothing found

The Illustrated Town

First, some protocol.  Locals can say “Kurri” but you and I are advised to say “Kurri Kurri.” Image ~ Kind permission of Chris Fussell ...Nothing found

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