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Gowrie artwork hoarding

30 Apr 2019

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Children from the Gowrie Child Care Centre in Docklands have contributed their drawings to a new artwork gallery on a 25-metre long hoarding behind No. 1 Collins Wharf.

The project was a collaboration between Gowrie and Lendlease’s Victoria Harbour precinct. The project gave the children the opportunity to explore what “home” meant to them through drawings that are now displayed on the site’s hoarding.

The artworks capture the children’s interpretation of home and their connection with place and community, while creating something that the community can appreciate and enjoy. The children have drawn their homes and their families along with references to the urban environment of Victoria Harbour.

The temporary hoarding was installed last month and will remain on site for 12 months.

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