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Courtesy of the Contemporary Arts Precinct.

Epic Street-Art Installation in an Abandoned School

11th January, 2018

A large-scale installation project featuring over 30 artists sprawling across the floors, walls and ceilings of an abandoned school site in Collingwood.

In the heart of Collingwood, over 30 graffiti artists are working on an experimental exhibition inside the halls of an abandoned school.

Formerly the Collingwood School of Art and Design (the site has been around since 1871!) ‘Intermission Project’ is inspired by the building’s history as a place of learning, creativity and collaboration. Left unoccupied over the last 12 years, the site will soon transform into a large scale arts precinct and cultural hub.

Big names and local talent in the street-art world come together to adorn the walls, floors and ceilings in the ‘intermission’ before the development of the space into the Contemporary Arts Precinct.

This epic installation has been curated by a talented 23-year-old artist Georgia Goodnow (aka GOODIE) on behalf of Melbourne’s award-winning street art network, Juddy Roller. Opening this Saturday, January 13th and running for week, get down before these works are gone forever!

Keep your eyes on TDF for a very special photographic tour of this temporary street-art gallery in coming days!

‘Intermission Project’

January 13th to 21st, 3pm – 6pm


35 Johnston Street, Collingwood

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