Euphotic Garden

Euphotic Garden Thanks to Council’s Place2 project the laneway alongside the Caloundra Transit Centre between Bulcock Street and Williamson Lane has been given a huge public art makeover by artist Sam Wilkinson aka Leans. With 3d illusion and a touch of astro-turf you have to see “Euphotic Garden” in person. This artwork has reduced graffiti…

AR Mural

The Looking Glass Fish in the Deep Hue Sea Looking Glass Fish in the Deep Hue Sea is Sunshine Coast’s first augmented reality mural artwork, with an interactive animation layer visible to audiences through their smart device using the eyejack app, available as a free download for iPhone and android devices. The work was developed…

Place2Create

CAPITAL NUF In Isolation – NUF SAID ! Keeping in sync with the changing times, Artist Kevin McMachon proposes a new location for his NUF installation , incorporating his elements of tinkering with word play, backward fun and projection. Kevin is collecting word art from the community, inspired by contemplations of what characterises ‘shedding or…

Place2Post

Dear Caloundra Dear Caloundra Residents, I’m Jake Moss. I’m an artist, a brother, an uncle, a godfather, and i’m also a person who sometimes thinks it’s kinda sad that writing letters to people isn’t a thing we really do anymore – and it’s even sadder when you realise this way of communicating won’t be making…

Place2Wonder

Street Love Artist Kellie O’Dempsey’s Street Love celebrates community space as a place of consideration and wonder. Kellie invites audiences to share in a participatory exchange through perceptual experience incorporating projection, video, collage and digital drawing. Street Love includes artwork by Adam Anderson, CLUNKK (Sophie Reid-Singer) and Mick Dick. Together these artists explore the relationship…

Place2Rest

Rest Our world has inspired us for a time to BE rather than DO. Artistic collective MiFi keenly explore what it is to slow down and take rest. Partly serious, partly ridiculous, this distinctive movement duo are bringing their favourite resting devices to the people of Caloundra and responding to what it means to wait…

Place2Pivot

PIVOT PIVOT invites the public to help transform their perception of the CBD precinct through play – to use a series of spaces not usually intended for a game as a diversion and thus a disruption to our familiar routine/s. With this disruption of movement, we invite the community to re-engage with their surroundings and…

Bird Call

BIRD CALL In these uncertain times how might our voices be heard? In one sentence what would you say? Multi-disciplinary artist Corrie Wright invites community responses to her pertinent questions regarding “these uncertain times”. During October, Corrie and her trusty typewriter will be connecting with passers-by on the public seats of Caloundra…. one sentence at…

Beats X Caloundra

Beats x Caloundra invites you to go inwards and visit that pumping, unifying, whispering rave in your chest. Artists Ashleigh Musk and Michael Smith are recording heartbeats in an attempt to find out what gets Caloundra pumped. Hitting the streets and laneways in October and November, we are inviting the community to share what’s keeping…

Emergence

Look what’s emerging in Caloundra! An incredible new public art installation called Emergence, by local artists Russell Anderson and Simone Eisler, has started to appear in Minchinton Street. Taking inspiration from local sea life, the works were created in virtual reality then 3D printed in 316 stainless steel and include pixel lights with environmental sensors…