Public art contributes to a sense of place and identity. It has the capacity to shape our community environment and be a public voice to engage in conversations which question, provoke and offer alternative voices in our culture.
The Sunshine Coast Public Art Collection continues to develop with opportunities for local, national and international artists. Sunshine Coast Council has an online collection of the works available for viewing that includes historical data of decommissioned works and current works with extensive information for research purposes.
To find out more about the collection, what is new or how to register as a public art artist, visit the Art in Public Spaces section of council’s website.