City Art Projects
Blue Mountains City Council (Council) is committed to delivering a City Art program of local and national significance that enriches the lives of residents and enhances the cultural vibrancy of the City of Blue Mountains.
Blue Mountains City Council acknowledges that our City is enlivened and beautified by the integration of art and artistic elements into the public domain and provides opportunities for creatives to express themselves and improve the urban fabric of our towns.
From laneways activated by art installations, to the integration of creative design elements in civic infrastructure projects, to the provision of sanctioned street art walls attracting local and international talent, the City's public art programs are informed by the Blue Mountains City Council's Creative Strategy 2020 - 2027 and the City Art Policy.
To find out more about recent City Art projects, please visit the links below:
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Public Art Trail (coming soon!)
Springwood Street Art Stroll (coming soon!)
Public Art Proposals
Blue Mountains City Council, through its Creative Strategy 2020-27 and City Art Policy are committed to supporting artists to enhance our public spaces through the creation of new public art works.
Public Art Proposals are subject to all relevant permissions being granted and also require an endorsement by the City Art Committee who consider each proposal against a set of criteria. Please read the City Art Policy for further information on how Public Art is assessed and approved by Blue Mountains City Council: https://www.bmcc.nsw.gov.au/documents/city-art-policy
Please download a Public Art Proposal Application Form below to make a submission to the Cultural Development Team at Council.