Council seeks sculpture for Anderson Park
Central Coast Council is seeking tenders for a sculpture for Anderson Park on the Woy Woy waterfront.
"The sculpture will be visible from road, pedestrian, rail and waterway entrances to Woy Woy, " Council director Ms Julie Vaughan.
She said the project was a key part of plans to revitalise the "iconic coastal town centre".
Ms Vaughan said the council was looking for an artwork that incorporated "both past and future elements of Woy Woy's saltwater and inland water ecology".
Mayor Cr Lisa Matthews said the public art project was "just one of several place-based creative initiatives Council has planned to activate the Peninsula".
She said: "This project will contribute to the identity of Woy Woy and help create a usable, sustainable and vibrant space for everyone to enjoy."
Artists must demonstrate their previous experience as public artists and provide a methodology for developing an artwork for Woy Woy as part of the tender.
Media release, 25 Oct 2019
Lisa Matthews, Central Coast Council
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