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City of Fremantle Public Art Collection

City of Fremantle Public Art Collection

Artworks in the City of Fremantle’s Public Art Collection can be found throughout the parks, streets, beaches and city squares of Walyalup | Fremantle, from the West End, Bathers Beach and the Port, to Walyalup Koort, Leighton Beach and beyond. The Collection is a holding of about 60 historical monuments and artworks celebrating a broad range of stories and events, and connecting people to the artistic, social and cultural stories and values of the City.

Works by many leading Western Australian and Fremantle artists including Amanda Bell, Joan Campbell, Marcus Canning, Greg James, Tony Jones, Coral Lowry and Giacomo Porcelli are held in the Collection.

From time to time, the City commissions, purchases, works in partnership to acquire new artwork and welcomes donations in an ongoing effort to offer greater depth and representation of its people and stories, and to bring new experiences that deepen audiences’ connection to place.

Here is a selection of just some of the works held in the City’s Public Art Collection that you can find throughout our city.

Ship of Stories | Artist: Tony Pankiw & Sue Codee | Photo: Neil Wallace

Coastal | Artist: Joan Campbell | Photo: Rebecca Mansell

Coastal | Artist: Joan Campbell | Photo: Rebecca Mansell

Sir Hughie Edward | Artist: Andrew Kay | Photo: Rebecca Mansell

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