Art in public places
Art in public places is an online collection of images and information about artworks and memorials you can see in Brisbane. You will find information about artists and the history of the artwork and be able to search for artworks in a locality, by a particular artist or by a theme.
Find out more by reading Council's Art in Public Places policy:
- Art in Public Places policy (front and back covers) - (PDF - 333kb)
- Art in Public Places policy (pages 1-16) - (PDF - 675kb)
- Art in Public Places policy (full document) - (PDF - 979kb)
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Check the Artforce website for more public artwork around Brisbane. Artforce calls on Brisbane residents, regardless of age or previous artistic experience, to design and paint an artwork on a traffic signal box.
Public art trails
Brisbane has a great collection of contemporary, historical and cultural public art located around the city. The following public art trails will take you on a journey through the city centre to discover some of the signature pieces. Walking trails range in length from 1.3 to 2.4 kilometres.
Find out about:
- Art and the River Public Art Trail
- Contemporary Art and Architecture Public Art Trail
- Cultural Heritage Public Art Trail
We also have a World Expo '88 Public Art Trail, with 11 out of 13 artworks based in and around the Brisbane Central Business District.
Search for public art
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