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Centenary Lane Mural Crowned Best Street Art in the State

Centenary Lane Mural Gawler
Photo – Centenary Lane Mural

Gawler’s Centenary Lane Mural steals spotlight at 2023 Australian Street Art Awards

Centenary Lane Mural at Gawler took the gong for Best Street Art Experience in South Australia at the Australian Street Art Awards. The creation of artist Kyle Armstrong aka Whale Tale was also awarded the national Bronze Winner Best External Mural.

This large-scale, lively public art piece is made up of a number of sections, or picture boxes, that showcase local elements, unique to Gawler and its community. Kyle, having grown up in Gawler. perfectly captured the culture and identity of the Town. The varying components – historical, sporting, cultural, people of significance, and interactive elements encourage people to talk and share stories, memories, and experiences, bringing the community together.

All of the winners across the nation have been recognised for contributing to making Australia a more vibrant, creative, and interesting country and somewhere visitors want to explore. Found in every corner of the country, the artworks encourage Aussies to take a look in their own backyard, and take the road less travelled, unveiling world-class artwork.

Three other SA towns that came out on top in their categories in the Street Art Awards include Kapunda Post Office Mural walking away a winner in the category of Best Community Art with Hawker Entrance Way, commissioned by Flinders and Outback Council welcoming a Gold award for Best Entrance Art. Rounding out the Gold gongs was Wool Bay Water Tank for Best Rural Art.

 

 

Thirty-four public art experiences were recognised as the best in the country at the Australian Street Art Awards, transforming destinations and creating colourful Aussie adventures.

To find out more about the Australian Street Art Awards, click here. 

 

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