Taking the bus is going to become a whole lot brighter with a public art strategy at some of Shellharbour's bus shelters.
Artists and designers are currently being sought to produce a series of works for shelters on the Princes Highway, Lake Entrance and Shellharbour Roads, in a bid to create more vibrant and dynamic city spaces.
"[It's] a wonderfully unique way to brighten people's day and add to the growing arts and culture locations in our city," Mayor Marianne Saliba said.
The artists and artworks will change each quarter with new work, while council want the art to be unique, contemporary, have conceptual links to the surrounding area and reflect the people and place of each site.
"Inviting local artists to come forward and show us their talent is always an exciting part of the process for Council's art projects," Cr Saliba said.
Expressions of interest applications close on Sunday September 19.
For more information, follow this link https://www.shellharbour.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/arts-and-culture/opportunities-artists
We depend on subscription revenue to support our journalism. If you are able, please subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support.