This project is an Interactive Story Board that contains the stories of people who travel to and from Box Hill Mall. It has a community of local creators and makers who have a disability and use varied technology and the result there is three, fully functional, touch-sensitive murals that react with sound and a video portraying the stories of the diverse and inclusive community that is Box Hill. This project will commenced in May 2019, with the community creation of the artwork and will be on display in Box Hill Mall from 5 July to 28 July.
The Box Hill Summer Series was a series of three creative events within the Box Hill Mall, showcasing local musicians and themed murals painted by artists who live or study within the City of Whitehorse. Concerts took place from 4pm – 7pm on Friday 15 Feburary, Friday 22 February and Friday 1 March. Download the Summer Series (410.55kB) flyer for details of the lineup.
The first of its kind in Box Hill, the Children's Film Festival celebrated children and parents in Whitehorse. Promoting cultural understanding, this film festival will feature films that will appeal to the kids of Whitehorse. The Festival too place on Sunday 14 April.
The April school holidays saw some street dancing fun in the Box Hill Mall. Street Dance Studios will be hosted three, free, 30 minute, drop-in workshops daily from Saturday 6th April - Wednesday 10th April.
Workshop Times:12pm - 12.30pm | 1pm - 1.30pm | 2pm - 2.30pm
The workshops included a 10 minute performance by Superhoodz dance crew followed by 20 minute hip-hop and K-Pop classes for ages and abilities.
Placemaking is the process of creating public spaces that bring people together and reflect the local community – public art, pop-up playgrounds, a sculpture maze, urban greening, drop-in yoga sessions – these activations may last a day, a week or month and will create vibrancy and bring people together.
Enquiries to Hannah Milne, on 9262 6352 or Arts@whitehorse.vic.gov.au.
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, Victoria 3131Australia
Tel: (03) 9262 6333 Fax: (03) 9262 6490Email: firstname.lastname@example.org