Following the WA Government's announcement on Friday, July 9, the City of Swan has returned to pre-lockdown conditions for all services and facilities from Monday, July 12.
City's response to COVID-19
The Graffix project began in 2013 as part of an Australian Government initiative in partnership with the City of Swan. The Graffix program addresses issues of graffiti vandalism in the community, while providing opportunities to engage with young people in art workshops and outreach settings to develop skills and knowledge in delivering Urban Art projects.
The program, with the aid of a number of City of Swan business units, aims to promote the safe practice of aerosol arts advocating for the greater awareness of young artists within the City.
Since commencing, the Graffix project has worked in partnership with a number of local businesses and stakeholders. These include
These working relationships have led to successfully completed murals in Bullsbrook, Ballajura, Ellenbrook, Stratton, Woodbridge and Midland.
For more information about the Graffix project please email email@example.com.
Bus Stop - Great Northern Highway
The bus stop mural was part of a City of Swan initiative to reduce vandalism on bus stops around the Midland area. Located on Great Northern Highway, the project included six students from La Salle College who came up with designs based on New York Street Artist Keith Haring. Students worked hard utilising bright colours and bold designs to complete the mural in four hours.