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Firestorm Tree 100 Artist - Bryan Carrick and Mount Taylor Estate community
Title - Kambah Firestorm Storytree Memorial
Medium - Carved tree trunk, paint
Location - Tuggeranong
Funded By - artsACT
Acquired - 2005

Kambah Firestorm Storytree Memorial
The Kambah Firestorm Storytree commemorates the bushfire that hit the Mount Taylor Estate community on 18 January 2003.

Oyster Artist - Geoffrey Bartlett
Title - Oyster
Medium - Bronze, aluminiumm various timbers, steel
Location - Civic
Funded By - ACT Government
Commissioned - 2004

Oyster
Oyster is one of two indoor public art sculptures by Geoffrey Bartlett located within the ACT Magistrates Court.

Twilight Artist - Christopher Chapman and Ivan Siebel
Title - Twilight
Medium - Formed concrete, street lamps and brass lettering.
Location - Civic
Funded By - ACT Government
Commissioned - 2004

Twilight
Twilight is an evocative and enigmatic public artwork that exists between sculpture, architecture, and landscape design. It evokes qualities of a memorial, monument and meeting place. Its form echoes the geometry and symbolism of Canberra's urban plan.

Civic Memory Quilt 100 Artist - Urban Art Projects (Floor Design) and Mary Hutchinson (writer)
Title - Civic Memory Quilt
Medium - Aluminium cores, plaques and sandblasted paving
Location - Civic
Funded By - ACT Government
Commissioned - 2003

Civic Memory Quilt
The quilt-like image of this work references Canberra’s Aboriginal and European cultural and natural history. The design features the Molonglo River, the bogong moth, kangaroo grass and oral histories. It also includes reminiscences by Paul McDermott from the celebrated comedy troupe 'The Doug Anthony All Stars' who busked on the site in the late 1980s.

Sweet Justice Artist - Wendy Mills
Title - Sweet Justice
Medium - Water sculpture with glass tiles, fibre optic lighting and air
Location - Civic
Funded By -
Commissioned - 2003

Sweet Justice
The work is located near the law courts and many legal offices and combines water, light and air. The word ‘sweet’ appears under water on a tiled surface.

Adolescent small Artist - Jan Brown
Title - Adolescent
Medium - Bronze
Location - Civic
Funded By - Legislative Assembly Art Advisory Committee 2003
Acquired - 2003

Adolescent
This artwork is from the collection of the ACT Legislative Assembly managed by the Speaker, and is available to the public when meeting with members of the Legislative Assembly, or by invitation.

small Two Legged Marsupial Artist - Geoffrey Bartlett
Title - Two Legged Marsupial
Medium - Nickel-plated brass, copper, Ironbark (Euc sp.
Location - Civic
Funded By - ACT Government
Commissioned - 2003

Two Legged Marsupial
Two Legged Marsupial is one of two indoor public art sculptures by Geoffrey Bartlett located within the ACT Magistrates Court.

Living Space 100 Artist - KunstForce (Angela Dufty and Geoffrey Farquhar Still)
Title - Living Space
Medium - Welded and painted metal, existing metal strap benches
Location - Civic
Funded By - ACT Government
Commissioned - 2003

Living Space
Living Space was part of 'Domain II' a series of temporary artworks commissioned from artists with an association with the ANU School of Art.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Artist - Ram V. Sutar
Title - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Medium - Bronze
Location - Civic
Funded By - Indian community
Commissioned - 2002

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
A tribute to Gandhi, the "apostle of non violence (Ahisma) and truth (Satyagrah)". This sculpture lists Gandhi’s guildelines including, "No politics without principles; no commerce without morality; and no science without humanity."

The Glebe Artist - Hew Chee Fong and L M Noonan
Title - The Glebe
Medium - Grandee granite and porphyry pavers
Location - Civic
Funded By - ACT Government
Commissioned - 2002

The Glebe
Inspired by Glebe House, previously located on this site, the Glebe is made from a single block of grandee granite, segmented into house shaped blocks to represent European settlement of the area and the sub-division of the original Glebe allotment of 119 acres.


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