In early April 2016, PUBLIC is back.

FORM’s popular celebration of urban art and ideas will include the transformation of an urban creative campus with murals by leading international and Australian artists, Western Australia’s first-ever prototyping festival – PLATFORM – and the launch of Perth’s newest creative hub and community space: The Goods Shed in Claremont.

From 1-3 April, to coincide with The Goods Shed opening its doors, the Bayview Terrace area will host pop-up place activation and installation prototypes.

In Western Australia being able to live in creative, stimulating and socially cohesive communities shouldn’t be a privilege but a right. But in enjoying that right, we all share responsibility for making an active contribution towards our communities’ creativity and vibrancy. We may not all be architects or urban planners, but we do live in buildings, in streets, in suburbs of a town or city, so we’re specialists on neighbourhood living too.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.form.net.au

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