Art in Public Spaces
The City of Kingston is committed to developing a Public Art Program which reflects and celebrates our history, stories, cultures and sense of place through ephemeral, temporary and permanent public art. Read more >
Public Art at the City of Kingston will be overseen by the Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee (ACAC). The role of the Committee is to provide advice to Council on matters relating to Public Art, contributing to developing a Program aligned with Council’s strategic vision. Read more >
Kingston City Council is committed to its Cultural Heritage by passing on its customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values from generation to generation. With charming heritage buildings and gardens, an historical 1928 Wurlitzer Theatre Organ housed in Kingston City Hall, and beautiful beaches stretching from Mentone to Carrum, Kingston has a rich history offering an abundance of interesting and memorable places to visit. Read more >
An important component of the Public Art Program is the Civic Art Collection. The collection of paintings and artefacts is managed by Arts and Cultural Development for the community. Kingston's Art Collection is diverse in its origin and content. Read more >
Kingston City Council has an Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee that identifies, articulates and evaluates arts and cultural strategies and policies, proposals and programs, and advises Council and staff on arts and culture issues.