Claremont Station Public Art

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The Claremont Station Project presents an opportunity to create public art incorporating themes inspired by the Claremont community for placement in or around the station.

For inspiration, Claremont Station Community Advisory Group (CAG) members have suggested the following public art themes for consideration when an Artist Brief is prepared:

  • Evocative - a sense of place that tells you where you are
  • Recognisable and unique - ‘place markers’ that remind you of Claremont
  • Indigenous - Noongar – Whadjuk narratives (e.g. hunting at lake, fishing, creation story)
  • Claremont’s European heritage – World War I and World War II significance, train history, showgrounds

The Claremont Station Project presents an opportunity to create public art incorporating themes inspired by the Claremont community for placement in or around the station.

For inspiration, Claremont Station Community Advisory Group (CAG) members have suggested the following public art themes for consideration when an Artist Brief is prepared:

  • Evocative - a sense of place that tells you where you are
  • Recognisable and unique - ‘place markers’ that remind you of Claremont
  • Indigenous - Noongar – Whadjuk narratives (e.g. hunting at lake, fishing, creation story)
  • Claremont’s European heritage – World War I and World War II significance, train history, showgrounds
  • Environmental influences
  • Half-way point between Fremantle and City

For results of the survey, download our fact sheet.