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The first ever Sutherland Shire 'Walk the Walls' - Street Art Festival was held from 2 to 4 March, 2018.
We invite the Sutherland Shire community to cruise on down to Caringbah, walk the street art trail and view the large-scale murals that have brought colour to the streets of Caringbah.
The event was three huge days of creativity; live street art/mural painting, stacks of live music, free workshops, and awesome food stalls/trucks
30+ visual artists were involved, including Phibs, Mulga, Ox King, Peque, Georgia Hill and many more, and they painted up a storm in one of the largest street art projects in Sydney. The artists painted 1,500 square metres of walls in Caringbah as part of a large crime prevention program to stop graffiti and vandalism and as a way to revitalise open spaces in Sutherland Shire.
Walk the Walls was curated by Phibs a notable street artist and is a joint project between the NSW Department of Justice and Sutherland Shire Council.
Streets where artists have painted large-scale murals in Caringbah: Corner of Denman Avenue and the Kingsway; 344R Kingsway; 346A Kingsway; Park Lane, rear of 324-340 Kingsway; Park Lane, rear of 4-8 Park Lane; 9 - 13 President Avenue and Hay Avenue.
Hazelhurst Art Centre supported this festival with its own Walk the Walls exhibition to coincide with the festival.
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Enquiries can be directed to Crime Prevention Officer on 9710 0152 or firstname.lastname@example.org