Launched in October 2020, the Shorelines Project will last 18 months. We’ll be installing at least 10 vibrant murals and cutting-edge hybrids of art and technology that will bring the risks of a flooded future to life across the city.
To pull this mammoth task off, we’ll be working alongside internationally renowned artists, local artists, community groups and local residents to help us highlight the reality of climate change. We want the city to be filled with art that speaks to people like never before.
If you have an ideal location for us to consider, or want to be part of our installations, visit our Get Involved section of the website.
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