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Cooks Hill Walking Tour

Come along on Saturday 9 September to explore Cooks Hill and the street art hidden down laneways and back streets near Darby Street. Street Art Walking leads you through the streets of Cooks Hill sharing stories about the artworks, how they came to be, about the artists behind the murals and techniques used to create them. We will wander around […]

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Expressions of Interest – Live Art for Festival in Inner West Sydney

Street Art Walking has been invited to quote provide artists as entertainment for an event. The festival is held on 8 October from 11:00 until 18:00 with theme of “Art of Communication”. It’s free for community to attend and ran by council. SAW is keen to hear from artists who can do live art in front of people. They particularly […]

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Theatre Lane in Swansea, Wales (UK)

Today Theatre Lane in Swansea, Wales (UK) launched as part of the Troublemaker’s Festival featuring thirty four posters for shows at The Palace Theatre. Be quick to see what is on! The Troublemakers’ Festival is about changing the world. More specifically, it’s about changing the world – starting with Swansea High Street. Festival Dates: Thu 13 Jul 2017 to Sun 16 Jul […]

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Palace Theatre Paste Up in Swansea, Wales

Today a lucky wall near High Street in Swansea, Wales will be pasted up with Palace Posters as part of the Gŵyl Troublemakers’ Festival which is happening from July 13 – July 16. Street Art Walking received over 35 posters to be part of the Paste Up project and today the amazing people at Volcano Theatre will begin pasting them to […]

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OPEN CALL OUT EXTENDED – Palace Theatre Paste Up Project

We believe this theatre deserves to operate again and this project is your chance to wonder on what it might have been like when it was first launched in 1888, or when operated as a theatre until the 1970’s or what will it look like when it’s renewed from disrepair? The Pavilion Theatre of Varieties opened in 1888. It was […]

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