Seeking an Artist for PHAZE Murals
We are currently seeking an Artist experienced in working with young people to facilitate a youth arts project with PHAZE participants. The Artist and young people will work together to design and paint murals on two sites in the City of Melville. You can access the Request for Quotation document here for all the details.
Applications close at 5pm March 16.
Upcoming PHAZE sessions
Next PHAZE: PHAZE is back! We're set for a new season of PHAZE which starts on Sunday September 29 at Leeming skate park. Get your registration form sorted now, you can fill it in below. Even if you've completed one previously we need to get a new form from everyone at the beginning of a new season. It's easy!
- Time: 10.30am to 3.00pm
- Location (subject to change):
- September 29 – Leeming skate park
- October 27 – Bull Creek skate park
- November 24 – Melville skate park
- December 22 – Hometown wall near JB Hifi (early due to Christmas)
- January 19 – Bull Creek Skate Park (early due to public holiday)
- February 23 – Melville skate park
- March 29 – Leeming skate park - Postponed due to the current public health situation.
- April 26 – Hometown Melville wall behind JB Hifi.
- Cost: FREE
- Ages: 12 to 25
Registration is essential so secure your spot by filling in the form below. We will send you regular sms reminders before the session.
Something to remember - PHAZE is a legal painting project. If tags or pieces are painted as part of PHAZE and they can be connected to illegal graffiti including through social media, the City of Melville may be required to provide information to the WA Police for further investigation.
We want to keep you safe - there can be some pretty serious consequences if you're caught doing or connected with illegal graffiti or even if you're carrying cans or paint markers. To find out what they are and what it could mean for you visit - www.goodbyegraffiti.wa.gov.au/Police/Graffiti-and-the-Law
Be smart and keep it legal. Come to PHAZE instead!
For more information, contact Community Development Officer, Jo McKay.