Hope Street Mural

In partnership with Country Arts SA , SA Health, artist Sarah Boese will be transforming Vaughan Terrace with an iconic mural. (Project date: 22 February - 3 March 2018) The project supports the concept that engaging in 2 hours of art per week can significantly improve mental health and wellbeing, whilst raising awareness and encouraging our community to kick start conversations in an open and safe environment.

Hope Street Mural

To see some examples of Sarah’s work go to https://www.instagram.com/sehboese/ or https://www.sarahboese.com.au/

Have Your Say

To have your say on what types of images represent hope to you and the community to help influence the design, please head to the following survey  (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/berrihopestreetplease complete this short survey prior to Monday 19th February

Feedback received from this survey will be presented at a public meeting on Wednesday 21 February at 5.30pm in the Berri Town Hall, 19 Wilson Street, Berri.  At the meeting we will discuss the survey responses and gather any additional feedback from the community. This feedback will help Sarah to create a design that represents the Berri Barmera community’s vision of Hope.

 

Get Involved

Come and Try workshops, all ages welcome on site 1.00pm-2.00pm. Limited places for individuals, so register at the Berri Visitor Information Centre or on 08 8582 5511

Additional Workshops can be tailored specifically for individual community groups or schools and booked in advance before February 16 2018. This is a great opportunity for your group to learn a new skill, have some fun, and connect with the community project Click here for your community group to express interest in a tailored workshop.   (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/hopestreetcommunity)

 

Celebrate

We invite the community to attend the unveiling of the HOPE Street Mural Friday 2nd March 5:30pm -6:30pm no RSVP required

 

General enquiries about the project:

Ella Winnall (Berri Barmera Council) 08 8582 5511

 

 

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