City Artworks Project
Brisbane City Council continues to commission new public artworks as part of the City Artworks Project - an initiative to deliver a new dimension to the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD) experience with ‘postcard moments’ created around the city.
The artworks are located at high-profile ‘CBD gateway’ locations and pedestrian spines to make our busiest public thoroughfares more vibrant and engaging, while providing points of interest for residents, visitors, commuters and workers.
Find out where these installations are located in Brisbane's city centre.
|Name of artwork||Artist||Location|
|Emblem||Geoffrey Ricardo||At the junction of George and Roma streets, opposite Roma Street transit centre|
|Flower at the Gate||Pamela See||Albert Street near Mary Street|
|Spinning Top||Jarrad Kennedy||At the junction of Turbot, Wickham and Boundary streets, Brisbane city|
|Reverie I||Charles Robb||At the plinth on Gardens Point Road, between QUT and the City Botanic Gardens|
|PoinsettiaRiverfire||Luke Roberts||In the middle of Emma Miller Place between Albert and Roma Streets|
View the photo gallery of the artwork around Brisbane as a slideshow, or view the photos individually as part of Council's Flickr account.
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