Council funded public art project has put the call out for artists

Expressions of interest for artists to submit work for The Watermark public art project close on March 7.

Watermark Coordinator and Country Arts SA Visual Arts Program Curator Eleanor Scicchitano said work was being sought that speaks to the community, engages with the environment and contributes to a vibrant arts precinct.

“The call out for artists across the country working on any medium, with innovative design and a contemporary bent,” she said.

“The project contributes to the Sixth Street revitalisation project, a main precinct in the heart of Murray Bridge.”

The Watermark public art project is funded by Murray Bridge Council and is a collaboration with Country Arts SA.

For further information contact Ms Scicchitano on 8444 0425 or

Artist submission is free and expressions of interest may be for a single project or a series of projects.