Shed180

Alleycat Creative has been engaged to provide Consultancy services to Perri Projects regarding the inclusion of Urban Art within a development site in West Melbourne.
As part of the transformation process one of the existing historic buildings has been transformed into a Street Art Gallery.
The Gallery (Shed180) was created over a six month period in 2015 and will remain in place for 4-5 years as part of a broader transformation and activation of the area.
The Urban art upon Shed180 celebrates a wide range of different forms of expression that make our city vibrant.

Artist: Makatron & Conrad
Artist: Lucy Lucy & Slicer
Artist: Aaron McKenzie
Artist: Buff Diss
Artist: ID Crew
Artist: Be Free & Mupz

 

 

South City Square Woolloongabba

Alleycat Creative has been engaged to work with Pellicano and Perri Projects creating an urban Art Strategy for a Development in Woolloongabba Brisbane.
The Development of the South City Square precinct will include a very strong visual public art presence throughout the public areas.
To set the tone for exciting public art to come, Alleycat Creative managed two preliminary public art initiatives in October 2015.

(1) The End of the Line Festival performance piece
An artist was engaged to paint live at the End of The Line Festival upon wooden panels.
The artwork was painted during the festival so the public could enjoy viewing the process and be introduced to the creative aspects of the new precinct. This artwork is to be displayed at the Development site.
Artist: Gimiks Born created a pink and blue mermaid and river bull shark

(2) Artwork created on Development Site
An artist was engaged to create an ‘experimental piece’ (whatever they wanted) upon an existing blank wall on the Development site. The idea behind this is to engage the public and celebrate artistic expression even in the early days of the building process.
Artist: The Zookeeper