Urban Art

Upcoming program

Project Backboard

Project Backboard is a US based project that uses art to splash colour all over basketball courts. Many areas have small outdoor basketball courts that would be more attractive with a brighter outlook in the neighbourhood.  Recently during the summer holidays of 2019 young people attending painted up five neighbourhood basketball courts. 

Have you seen these around?  The two in the middle will be part of the redevelopment of Grigg Park in Hilton.  The two on the outside will be located at Dick Lawrence Oval in Beaconsfield. The final one is a nature styled design in Fredrick Samson Reserve.   The City of Fremantle has also been working with Basketball WA to run events like 3 on 3 competitions on these neighbourhood parks.   To see more images check out Freo Youth 

Urban Art is not Graffiti

The City of Fremantle regularly run youth urban art programs, in collaborations with local schools. Canvasses can include bus stops, buildings, sea containers and ping pong tables.

These projects provide young people the opportunity to influence and design their community space while contributing high quality public art to the City. 

Caption: South Terrace, Fremantle Hospital

Caption: High Street, Fremantle, near Monument Memorial Hill


Caption: Fremantle Leisure Centre, April 2012, painted by local young people as a holiday program

Contact us

City of Fremantle Administration & Library
Fremantle Oval, 70 Parry Street, Fremantle  WA  6160
T 08 9432 9999
F 08 9430 4634
E info@fremantle.wa.gov.au



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