BHCAC has facilitated many Community Art projects throughout the City of Whitehorse
A significant aspect of BHCAC is the capacity to reach beyond its physicality to facilitate community art projects, providing opportunities for artists and individuals to engage in the arts together. The projects have fostered creativity and meaningful social and environmental contributors within Whitehorse. There has been an array of wonderful projects over many years, just to highlight a few, The Water Project, a collaborative exhibition with Afalyca Art Centre, Timor-Leste exploring people’s relationship to water, led by Centre Coordinator, Jenni Granger. Capture Whitehorse, an Instagram competition asking the Whitehorse community to capture a photo of what they love about living, working and studying in Whitehorse. The Anzac Centenary Poppies Project involving school students and community members across Whitehorse to create over 600 individual ceramic poppies. As well as the various street art projects, The Substation Mural, Matsudo Street Art, BHCAC Car Park Mural and the Traffic Signal Boxes where local artists transformed Vic Roads traffic signal boxes within the City of Whitehorse into works of artworks. To explore more of our projects click here.
Image supplied by Mark Hopper