Public Art 

Horizon, Lucy Humphrey

The City of Greater Geraldton (the ‘City’) is home to an extensive collection of artworks, ranging from functional and integrated artworks, to new iconic commissions. The collection is a point of pride, adding value to the public realm by articulating local stories and creating recognisable landmarks, representing consistent quality across the City’s many communities.

The collection is supported by a public art program which over the years has included initiatives such as Art Drive and more recently the Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery. Both programs attract local visitation and participation, however there is the opportunity to develop the programs to act as launch pads for local artist looking to exhibit and undertake commissions further afield. As the success of these initiatives grows, so too does the recognition of artists involved with them.

View the Public Art Strategy