Resources for Creatives

The City of Stirling recognises the important role art plays in the creation of a liveable, vibrant and prosperous city. We support and advocate for West Australian Artists and are committed to a best practice approach to the development of a strong, sustainable creative economy.

Artists in residences

Arts Business Intensive

Saturday 8 May

Understand and improve the commercial viability of your Visual Arts business in this full-day program of interactive workshops and talks presented by artists and industry experts.

Proudly presented the City of Stirling with support from ECU and Tempo Tax Accounting.

Tickets on sale until Thursday 6 May.

Click here to book

Artists in residences

Artist in Residence Callout

Applications have now closed for the City of Stirling Artist in Residence opportunities at Mt Flora and Inglewood. Residencies were awarded to Carrissa Wu, Mikaela Miller, Sophie G Nixon, Elizabeth Marruffo and Campbell Whyte.

The Residencies and associated activities will occur in May and June 2021.

For more information click here.

Awards and exhibitions

City of Stirling Visual Art Award is held every two years with the next award scheduled for November 2021. 

Blink Photography Award is held in the alternate year to the Art Awards and in 2020 was for the first time the exhibition was held virtually.

Murals

Are you an Artist or landowner looking to create a mural in the City of Stirling?

Murals are a great way to bring colour and life to empty walls, floors, fences and utility infrastructure. They can tell stories, highlight social issues, provide commentary, create a sense of place or simply bring beauty to a location where there was none.

Before you get started on your mural project, there some things to consider. Read the City’s handy Mural Guide to find out more.

Upcoming commissions and programs

The City of Stirling has a number of programs that offer opportunities for Artists throughout the year. To make sure you are the first to know about these and other opportunities sign up to our newsletter.

Public Art projects

The City commissions new public art projects as part of significant capital works projects. In 2021 we will be seeking EOI’s for art projects in association with Hamer Park & Inglewood Oval clubrooms, Hamersley Golf Course redevelopment and Stirling Leisue Centres - Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre redevelopment. Check back here for the latest call outs or sign up to our newsletter.

Murals Murals Murals!

Throughout the year the City works with a number of community groups and businesses to deliver murals to bring life and vibrancy to an area. For queries regarding murals, contact the Public Art Officer on (08) 9205 8353 or art@stirling.wa.gov.au.

Have your own project in mind? 

The City offers two funding streams; the Community Arts and Events Fund and the Community Creativity Fund.

For all the details please visit the arts and events grant page.

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