Stormwater education DrainART project

Seeking local artists to create designs to be placed on stormwater drains around Braddon and Civic, as part of the ACT and region stormwater education and behaviour change program, H2OK: Keeping our waterways healthy.

Apply now for a DrainART project to help promote the importance of keeping our waterways healthy through provocative and insightful art works on street stormwater drains.

This innovative art project aims to highlight the issue of stormwater pollution and the value of keeping our local waterways healthy. Selected artworks will provide an enduring legacy for the stormwater education program through long term engagement with the local community.

A small project grant and assistance with costs of painting products and materials is available to successful artists.

An information drop-in session is on between 2 – 7pm, Wednesday 19 April 2017, at Dame Pattie Menzies House, Ground Floor.

If you can't make the information drop-in session, register your interest by emailing or contact Kate Rhook, Catchment Education Program Officer,  Environment Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate, on (02) 62079102.

Submissions for the DrainART project must be received by 4 pm Friday 28 April 2017.

For more information on DrainART and the H2OK education program visit External Link