South Coast Mural Festival
Here is my mural for Batemans Bay
As a part of the River of Art this year there is going to be a new addition of a selection of mural and street artists to display their street artwork around the Eurobodalla.
This new mural event is called REVIVE and will reflect this year’s festival theme of resilience and renewal.
This mural art event, which we’re calling REVIVE, will be an enduring symbol of the strength and vitality of our communities in recovering from the impact of the summer bushfiresDi Jay – festival co-chair
Phibs – Curator & Project Manager
Phibs will be helping guide this year’s new mural event REVIVE as a companion of the River of Art. Phibs has a long history within the street artist-world along with curating some other large mural/street art festivals around Australia.
Locations & Mural Artists
There is five street artist this year, with a combination of local and nearby artists. The murals will be painted in the towns of Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma.
- Corner of North and Perry Streets, carpark entry, Batemans Bay
- Promenade Plaza, eastern laneway, Batemans Bay
- Moruya Pharmacy, corner of Vulcan and Church Streets, Moruya
- Lighthouse Surgery (at the roundabout), 80 Princes Highway, Narooma
- Public amenity block, Quota Park, Woogonga Inlet, Narooma
Lighthouse Surgery (at the roundabout), 80 Princes Highway
Renowned Australian street artist, Phibs.
Public amenity block, Quota Park, Woogonga Inlet
Renowned local indigenous artist, Cheryl Davison.
Moruya Pharmacy, corner of Vulcan and Church Streets
Claire Foxton – With a distinctive mix of abstract and realistic techniques, Claire’s painted mural works explore a site specific narrative often concerned with the connectedness of people and place.
Batemans Bay Murals
Corner of North and Perry Streets, carpark entry
HAPPY DECAY, local to Moruya will be painting this long mural over the 9 days of the River of Art.
Promenade Plaza, eastern laneway
KRIMSOME having grown up in the Blue Mountains will come enjoy the South Coast while painting this mural in Batemans Bay.
“All the murals will be integrated into Eurobodalla’s ‘Art Trail’ which forms part of the festival’s annual program. And this year, the community will be invited to watch, comment and engage with these artworks as they are created,”Di Jay
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