Stage 2 consultation: December 2020

Consultation closed

As part of Stage 2 of the consultation, we would like to engage the community to discuss their ideas and preferences in relation to art developed in public places e.g. sculpture, murals, projections, mosaics etc. In lieu of face-to-face meetings we are hosting a series of focus group sessions online, via Zoom, and would like to invite you to participate. The sessions will provide an overview of public art opportunities, information gathered from recent community surveying and provide the participants with an opportunity to discuss and offer feedback.

Session times include:

  • Session 1: Wednesday 16 December 6.30pm - 7.45pm
  • Session 2: Thursday 17 December 10.30am - 11.45am
  • Session 3: Thursday 17 December 1.30pm - 2.45pm

These groups will be kept small to ensure participants can fully engage with the discussion and therefore registrations essential.

You can register your interest in attending by emailing Maz McGann on Once you are registered the Zoom Login details will be sent to you.

If you would like further information or you are unable to attend but would like to provide feedback to Council about the Public Art Strategy please contact Maz McGann on or 0438 807 973.


Thank you to all of you that logged in to our stage 2 public art consultation sessions. We appreciate your time and the insight provided to us is invaluable.

If you have other thoughts or ideas and would like to contact our facilitator to discuss privately, please feel free to email or phone Maz McGann on or 0438 807 973.

The West Torrens Public Art Walking Trail was mentioned in a couple of our sessions and we would be interested in your feedback about that as well. If there are things missing or other items that might be out of date or could be improved, please let Maz know.

The next stage will involve taking the findings from the first two consultation stages to the City of West Torrens Elected Members to incorporate their feedback into the project. Then work will begin on the Public Art Strategy.

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